FORD F150 RAPTOR SVT PERFORMANCE & MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS!

K&N Performance Cold Air Intake

$375.00

K&N PERFORMANCE AIR INTAKE FOR FORD F150 RAPTOR SVT          K&N Authorized Dealer

 

K&N's 77-2579KTK High-Flow Performance Air Intake was designed especially for Ford F-150 SVT Raptor Pickup Truck models. This air intake was built for performance and show utilizing the highest quality components including a free-flowing mandrel-bent aluminum tube with a textured black finish. K&N intake systems replace your vehicle's restrictive factory air filter and air intake housing. The filter on this air intake is washable and reusable. This air intake is relatively easy to install requiring a socket set, wrenches, a screw driver and a T20 Torx driver. Some 77 Series Air Intakes are not legal for use in California and other states adopting California emission standards while others are CARB exempt and 50 state legal. See information below for specific CARB status.
 
This cold air intake system is not legal for street use in the following states:
 
Arizona, California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington
 
Available Information
 
 
77-2579KTK Vehicle Applications
  • 2012 FORD F150 SVT RAPTOR 6.2L V8 F/I - All
  • 2011 FORD F150 SVT RAPTOR 6.2L V8 F/I - All
  • 2010 FORD F150 SVT RAPTOR 6.2L V8 F/I - All
 
Part 77-2579KTK Product Specifications 
  • Product Style: 77 Series Kits
  • Estimated Horsepower Gain: 20.04 HP @ 4830 RPM
  • Replacement Filter: RF-1044XD
  • Street Legal In All US States: No
  • TUV Approved (Europe): No
  • Clamp Style: Regular
  • Intake Pipe Color / Finish: Textured Black
  • Weight: 15.5 lb (7.1 kg)
  • Product Box Length: 24.38 in (619 mm)
  • Product Box Width: 17.38 in (441 mm)
  • Product Box Height: 15.75 in (400 mm) 
 
Horsepower gains based on similar vehicle dynamometer test. Results will vary. 
 
 
K&N Estimated Horsepower Gains and K&N Dynamometer Test Results
 
K&N provides estimated SAE corrected horsepower gains that are based on actual dynamometer testing for a specific or similar vehicle. The actual horsepower increase a consumer will receive will vary depending on such things as vehicle condition, fuel, weather and other circumstances. It would be impractical to test every possible vehicle configuration or year in which a particular engine may be used; therefore, many of our estimates are based upon similar engine/vehicle/year dynamometer testing that we believe to be representational for the vehicle listed.
 
K&N Dynamometer Test Results
 
K&N utilizes an inertial dynamometer (dyno) to determine the estimated SAE corrected horsepower of our intakes kits and OE replacement air filters. This type of dyno does not actually measure horsepower, but rather measures acceleration. This measured acceleration is then multiplied by the mass of the drum (a constant mass) to obtain the force being applied to the drum, or in other words, the interface between the vehicle's tires and the dyno drum. Now that the force at this point is known, determining the torque is straightforward. The torque is calculated by multiplying the calculated force by the radius (again a constant) of the dyno's drum.
 
Now, torque is very simply and mathematically related to horsepower by the following equation:
 
Horsepower = Torque x RPM /5252
 
From this equation, the SAE corrected horsepower can be determined.
 
According to the above explanation, the only variable being measured by the dyno is the acceleration of the drum. There are no adjustments (calibration) to be made by K&N on either the two-wheel or four-wheel drive dyno. The mass of the drum(s) is determined at the factory before shipping the dynamometers to K&N and the mass of the drum(s) are imbedded into the software. K&N does not have the ability to modify or adjust these values.
 
Furthermore, there are several factors that can affect the SAE corrected horsepower values as measured by K&N or at any other dyno facility. Some of these factors are:
 
Consistency of test parameters
  • Tire pressure
  • Fuel octane rating
  • Vehicle condition
  • The atmospheric conditions (dyno correction factors can vary from engine electronic correction factors)
 
K&N has noticed that SAE corrected horsepower values will vary from day-to-day, while testing the same vehicle, due to the manner in which the vehicle's on-board computer adjusts for varying climate conditions. In other words, if a vehicle is tested at sea level on a sunny and warm day, the dyno will apply a SAE correction factor to adjust the conditions to a standard temperature and pressure (STP) and the vehicle's on-board computer will also apply certain set of operating parameters. If that same vehicle is tested at a high altitude, on a rainy and cold day, the dyno will again adjust to STP while the vehicle may adjust to a different correction factor than it did on the sea level test. Furthermore, some vehicles have required almost a 100 miles be logged on the vehicle in order to allow the on-board computer to reset itself to obtain accurate power readings.
While K&N pays close attention to these many factors, and is patient while performing dyno tests, we are not in the position to scrutinize the many facilities that perform dynamometer testing for the general public. Furthermore, we certainly do not have enough information to make a judgment on the validity of these tests.

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  • Model: 77-2579KTK
  • 4 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: K&N Performance


This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 13 December, 2012.

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