I know you are asking about the INJEN but do you have any pics of the Volant in your engine compartment? I am curious to where the fitment issues were.
x2I know you are asking about the INJEN but do you have any pics of the Volant in your engine compartment? I am curious to where the fitment issues were.
The horn-relocation shouldn't be considered a fitment issue since it is well documented and I think Volant even has a new bracket for it if requested.x2
I had minor fitment issues with my Volant but nothing that I would complain about.
If you would have bought my tools..... you would of had everything needed to install this intake, or do exhaust, or install cams, or do a V8 swap, Titan suspension swap, CV joint replacement, or just about anything else you could do to your truck....... Just saying!it all started with the horn issue - what a b*tch to get to (didnt have a extention long enough) then once i finally got it removed & the Volant airbox to where it SHOULD be the pump behind the box was holding it out - it actualy sat @ 1" OVER the fender
i have read that they can be a pain to install but was at the point of frustration & bleeding hands and just said F it :smileyshell:
will admit though, being my first attempt at an install, i was surprised how straight forward removeing the factory intake was, just had to cut a few wire ties !
You do realize that the official fitting Volant for the 2009-2010 model is not yet available, right? Yes, I realize that some users out here said they were able to use the 12640 model (at least I read one post where someone said they used the 12640 model on their '09 -- have yet to see a similar post for a 2010), which specifications are for 2005-2008 Frontier 4.0L. The model for the 2009-2010 model is Part 12540, and according to email I received from Volant this morning, it is now available. I did call AutoAnything, who in turn called Volant, and said it isn't quite available - YET, but it should be sometime soon.
Volant CAI Kit for 2009-2010 Nissan Frontier 4.0L:
Part 12540 - Wet Filter
Part 125406 - Dry Filter
Wet requires cleaning/oiling every 5k or so.What is the advantages/disadvantages of the wet/dry filter?
thanks...Wet requires cleaning/oiling every 5k or so.
Dry (powerflow) can cause too much flow and throws a CEL.
Most that have the Wet have choosen to replace it with an AEM/Amsoil/etc... dryflow.
The ones with Powerflow are still fighting issues and I am unsure if a final solution across the board has been found besides getting a programmer or something.