Chevy Silverado 2001-2002, Cold Air Intake Scoop by Volant®. The Ram Air Scoop will improve the effectiveness of your Volant Cool Air Intake. One end connects to the Cool Airbox and the other is positioned to draw in cool air from outside the engine compartment. Installing the Ram Air Scoop will result in more horsepower and more miles per gallon.
- This part is CARB compliant.
- Legal only for racing vehicles which may never be used upon highway.
- Increases horsepower and torque
- Improves fuel mileage
- Custom designed for each application
- Manufactured from heavy-duty polyethylene plastic
- Easy to install
- Backed by a one-year warranty
- Made in U.S.A.
Upgrade your Volant Cool Air Intake Kit and dramatically increase your horsepower and fuel economy with the Ram Air Scoop. The scoop connects to the Cool Airbox and the intake mounts outside the engine compartment. At highway speed, the scoop brings in cool, dense air. This oxygen rich cool air significantly improves combustion, resulting in more horsepower and torque. Some have also reported improved fuel economy by as much as 2-4 mpg.
The Ram Air Scoop is precision crafted from Cross-Link Polyethylene, known for its ruggedness and resistance to heat transfer. Each scoop is custom made for the application for a seamless fit, and each one features baffles or drain holes to prevent the injection of water into the intake.
Volant® is the innovator of the Cool Air Intake System. They combine creative ideas with careful planning to develop air intake systems that ensure the engine takes in only cool air. Their innovative sealed air intakes with Cool Air Box are much different than open element style systems with "air dams". Every system is specifically designed for each application and rigorously tested to ensure it provides consistent improvement over the factory air intake system. A Volant Cool Air Intake System will provide the reliable performance your vehicle deserves, for many thousands of miles. All Volant air intake systems are proudly manufactured in the U.S.A., at their Rancho Cucamonga, California facility.