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Ford Raptor Airaid Cold Air Intake Install (6.2L)
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Published on 2014-06-09
Looking for a way to dress up your engine bay and add some extra horsepower? Latemodelrestoration.com and Airaid have you covered. Not only will you do you get the additional horsepower, you could also increase your fuel mileage with this CAI.
The Airaid Raptor cold air kit utilizes all the factory mounting points. It also comes with a heat shield and weatherstripping to allow fresh cooler air in. Simple installation with basic hand tools will allow you to get back on the road within 30 minutes from start to finish. All additional hardware is included in the box.
All of Airaids cold air kits are made right here in the USA. You know when buying this kit that you will get a quality product. Plus, it comes with their "No Hassle" warranty.
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A quick and easy way to add some extra horsepower to your 6.2 liter Ford Raptor is to install one of these Airaid cold air intake kits. Now, these intakes not only add extra horsepower, but they also will improve your fuel economy and install in just about 30 minutes. Now, speaking of installation, let's go ahead, go back here, and walk you through the installation.
Once you remove your factory intake, you can now assemble the Airaid intake. Start with the upper coupling. Next, you will need to install the intake tube to the heat shield with the two supplied Allen head bolts and washers. Take the supplied Airaid filter and install it on to the heat shield. Install the mass air meter onto your Airaid intake tube.
Be sure to use the supplied hardware. Do not reuse the factory hardware. Take the intake assembly to your Raptor and install the heat shield on to the lower factory air box. Be sure to snap all three clips down onto the heat shield. Install the upper coupling to the factory air box. You can now plug-in your mass air meter and you're done.
All right. So we've got the Airaid cold air intake installed on our Ford Raptor, and, well, as you can hear, it sounds great. It performs well. The throttle response was a big plus. I can definitely tell we picked up some horsepower thanks to the huge intake filter that came on there, as well as this intake had a matte black finish that looked great under the hood. It really looked like it should have been there from the factory.
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