3 Ways To Get More Horsepower From Your 2015-2020 F-150

Whether you have an Ecoboost or 5.0 engine in your 2015-2020 F-150, making more power is usually a priority for most truck enthusiasts. Adding performance-enhancing modifications increases power and performance and can also help increase fuel efficiency when tuned correctly. Let’s take a closer look at 3 of the most popular horsepower-increasing mods for the 2015-2020 F150.

Cold Air Intake

A cold air intake is a popular modification among truck enthusiasts as it can increase power, help with fuel mileage, and gives your engine bay a custom new look. A cold air intake can wake up the Ecoboost and 5.0 engines in the 2015-2020 F-150, freeing up horsepower and torque. This is also a great supporting mod for when you decide to add an exhaust kit, mid pipe, and tune. Choose from cold air intake kits from the most popular brands in the industry.

Cat-Back Exhaust Kit

An exhaust kit is usually the first thing most truck owners add to their vehicles as it frees up horsepower and adds an aggressive new tone to the truck. As truck enthusiasts, most of us love the deep rumble of an aftermarket exhaust. At Deviate Designs, we carry a wide selection of cat-back exhaust kits for 2015-2020 F-150s from the largest brands in the industry. This ensures that your new exhaust kit is easy to install, made from the best quality materials, and has been tested to give you the best performance available.

Down Pipe/Y-Pipe

The downpipe on Ecoboost trucks and the Y-pipe on 5.0 trucks is usually one of the most restrictive parts of the factory exhaust. These components contain catalytic converters needed for inspection, but the factory converters can be slightly restrictive. An aftermarket downpipe or y-pipe will feature larger exhaust pipes and higher-flow performance catalytic converters to allow you to unlock some hidden horsepower potential on your F-150.

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