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Blackhawk Induction Air Intake for 6.2L V8 Powered Ford F150 Boosts Style & Power



The color black has strong emotional associations and it often implies power, elegance, and mystery. K&N gets that, which is why K&N has released a line of all black air Blackhawk Intake Induction Systemintakes aptly named Blackhawk Induction air intake systems. K&N felt that select trucks, muscle cars, and SUVs like the 2011 and 2012 Ford F150 Platinum, Lariat, & Harley Davidson models with a 6.2L V8 were deserving of such an aggressive, stylish, intake system. A 2011 and 2012 Ford F150 Platinum, Lariat, & Harley Davidson edition with a 6.2L V8 is already an impressive pickup, however, that doesn’t mean that owners of these trucks shouldn’t own an air intake system that looks equally striking.

The K&N Blackhawk Induction™ air intake system for 2011 and 2012 Ford F150 6.2L is designed to not only imply aggressive power, but is expert-engineered and guaranteed to increase horsepower and torque. It replaces the restrictive factory air filter box Engine with filterand air intake tubes with a free-flowing, mandrel bent aluminum air intake tube to help minimize restriction and air intake turbulence. The mandrel bent aluminum intake tube is finished in a durable flat black powder coat for a bold look under the hood. In stark contrast to the black intake tube is a welded and engraved aluminum K&N nameplate. The K&N logo has represented performance for 45 years. This Blackhawk Induction air intake system incorporates an application specific black powder coated heat shield to help deflect engine heat away from air entering the engine.

For that true blacked out look K&N designed a line of black colored synthetic Dryflow air filters. The K&N Blackhawk Air Induction System for 2011 and 2012 Ford F150 Platinum, Lariat, & Harley Davidson models with a 6.2L V8 includes the K&N synthetic air Chartfilter RU-3102HBK, fitted to the inlet of the air intake tube. K&N Dryflow air filters provide excellent airflow rates as well as outstanding filtration efficiency. A K&N Blackhawk synthetic air filter is washable and reusable and can go up to 100,000 miles between cleanings, depending on driving conditions. Use of Synthetic Air Filter cleaner 99-0624 is recommended when it comes time to clean a Blackhawk air intake filter. This Dryflow air filter does not need to be oiled. No oil equals quicker cleaning and that means you can hit the streets or trails sooner.

Blackhawk Induction air intake systems look bold and are designed for respectable performance gains in both horsepower and torque. On the dyno, when installed on a 2011 Ford F150 with a 6.2L V8, the 71-2584 Blackhawk Induction air intake system produced an estimated 20.41 more horsepower at 5,347 RPM and an estimated additional 17.48 lb-ft of torque at 3,372 RPM. A Ford F 150K&N Blackhawk Induction Air Intake System is an easy to install performance upgrade that can be installed in about 90 minutes using basic hand tools, and K&N’s simple step-by-step instructions. It maintains all necessary factory connections and does not require any additional modifications to the vehicle.

K&N backs its air intake systems with the famous K&N Million Mile Limited Warranty so owners can rest easy knowing their air intake system can stand up to tough conditions. Whether your 2011 and 2012 Platinum, Lariat, & Harley Davidson edition Ford F150 with a 6.2L V8 is used as a daily driver or a workhorse, a K&N Blackhawk Induction air intake system will provide increased power, acceleration, and good looks for years to come.

Blackhawk Induction air intake system 71-2584 is guaranteed to increase horsepower and torque on the Ford F150 models listed below:

2012 Ford F150 6.2L V8
2011 Ford F150 6.2L V8

To find additional K&N air intakes for your Ford F150 please visit the Ford F150 Air Intakes page.




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