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Ford Raptor BBK Cold Air Intake Installation
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Published on 2014-06-11
Are you looking for a way to add some power and performance to your 2010-2014 6.2 Raptor? Look no further. Latemodelrestoration.com has you covered with this free flowing BBK cold air kit. You can pick the BBK CAI in either Chrome or Black finish.
Installation for this BBK cold air kit is simple and a direct replacement from your factory air box. The supplied hardware comes with the kit and the use of basic hand tools is all you need.
Not only will you be getting an awesome looking kit, but it's made right here in the USA.
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If you need an easy way to add some extra horsepower to your 6.2 liter Ford Raptor, look no further than the BBK cold air intake kit. This intake comes in both a chrome and a black finish and comes with all the needed hardware for installation, such as a heat shield, air filter, and all the extra hardware.
Now, let's go ahead and show you how we install this intake on this Raptor. Start the installation by removing the factory intake tube. You will need to remove the two driver side hoses and then pry the passenger side hose connector off of the air box. Lastly, you can remove the two front mounted 10 millimeter bolts and lift the intake box off the throttle body. You need to remove the rubber coupler attached to the throttle body.
Next, you'll need to transfer the mass air meter from your factory intake to your new BBK cold air intake. The next step is to install the rubber grommet in straight fitting into the BBK cold air intake tube. We found using some oil to lubricate the fitting made the installation much easier when installing it. You will need to plug the hole in the supplied air filter with the supplied plug. Go ahead and install the rubber coupling on the throttle body end of the intake tube. You can install the supplied weather stripping around the heat shield. You will have to work around the whole heat shield and then cut to fit at the end.
With the heat shield assembled, you can now install it into the factory lower filter box. Be sure to snap the three clips down to lock the heat shield into place. Take the intake pipe, and install it through the opening of the heat shield. Then install the supplied coupler onto the throttle body. You will have to remove the factory three-eighths inch hose and replace it with the supplied hose in the BBK cold air intake kit.
You can now connect the hoses to the intake. Connect the mass air meter electrical connector. And, lastly, you will need to install the air filter onto the intake tube. Be sure to tighten the clamps down.
And it's a literally that easy to bolt on some extra horsepower thanks to the BBK cold air intake kit. Now, for more Raptor videos, make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel, and head on over to LatemodelRestoration.com for all your performance needs on your Ford SVT Raptor.