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2019-2020 Ford Ranger Cold Air Intake Now Shipping From Roush

Not long ago, we talked about a new product from Roush called the Ford Ranger Roush Performance Pac Level 1. That performance pac had a cold air intake and tune to squeeze more horsepower and torque from the standard Ford Ranger 2.3-liter V-6 engine. That Power Pack voided the factory warranty and came with a three-year/36,000 mile limited Roush powertrain warranty. The kit promised a gain of 14 rear-wheel horsepower and 53 rear-wheel torque between the intake and the tune.

Roush has now introduced the 2019 through 2020 Ford Ranger 2.3-Liter Cold Air Intake. Roush says that the installation is an intermediate difficulty level, which seems a bit overrated. It’s not typically difficult to put cold air intakes on vehicles requiring only basic hand tools in most cases.

Roush says that the airbox has a see-through airbox lid and includes a high-flow, high-capacity washable and reusable dry element filter. The filter requires no oiling. Roush says that the cold air intake alone adds up to 8 pound-feet of torque over the factory set up. The intake will offer increased airflow and performance with no PCM recalibration required.

The Roush cold air intake promises 8 pound-feet of torque gained.

The cold air intake is made from injection molded parts and promises additional induction noise giving a high-performance sound. No modifications are required for installation, and the factory airbox snorkel is maintained. All necessary hardware and instructions are included, and the intake sells for $415. The most significant benefit of this part is that it is 50 state legal and does not void the factory warranty.

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Source: Roush

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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  1. Ed Rasp

    Is there any way to predict how much of a delay there will be on the Ford Ranger I ordered on Feb 11th 2020?


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