Shop Late Model Restoration for 2024 Mustang Cold Air Intakes! An S650 cold air kit can increase horsepower, torque, underhood styling, and fuel mileage!
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Cold Air Intakes are typically one of the first modifications any Mustang owner makes. This adds additional underhood styling by removing ugly OEM tubing and heightens horsepower and torque figures by providing colder, denser air to the engine. The S650 Mustang features a few different engine options. Whether you have a four-cylinder Ecoboost, a base model Coyote V8, or the highly modified Mustang Dark Horse edition, LMR.com is your one-stop shop for all 2024 and newer cold air intakes.
The 2024+ S650 2.3L Ecoboost will share similar options from the previous 15-23 S550 chassis. This includes the high output 2.3L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine. As with any forced induction application, heat is the number one culprit for robbing power. Simple mods like cold air intakes can help you restore and upgrade overall horsepower figures. Cold air intakes will help provide as much dense air to the inlet side of the turbocharger as possible compared to restrictive factory airboxes.
With the release of the new Mustang S650, it was natural that the Mustang would get a revised version of the Coyote V8 engine. This will mark the release of the 4th generation of the Coyote with improved horsepower and durability compared to the 3rd generation of the Coyote. This Coyote engine will feature a slight bump in the performance of roughly 20 RWHP. Even with these naturally aspirated engines, you can see a huge jump in performance with a cold air intake. Any engine essentially is a large air pump. The more air you can get into it, the more air you can get out will net you more overall power.
Ford has stepped up once again with an upgraded performance model over the standard GT. The Dark Horse edition Mustang will feature a dual throttle body intake manifold design. Ford claims this will net 20-30 horsepower over the stock GT. Many European designers have used these dual intake designs for decades. These are known for improving the balance of airflow to each bank of the V8. This dual design will require two separate cold air intake tubes and airboxes for each throttle body.