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2015-17 Installation Guide 

2018-20 Installation Guide


Whipple, known for its industry leading upgrade systems and technological innovations, has now brought the same technology to the 2017+ 3.5L V6 F150 and Raptors with the high velocity cold air intake system. The Whipple system features a roto molded high velocity cold air intake to lower the inlet losses through the factory filter and airtube, unleashing hidden power. 


The Whipple high velocity air intake system boast the CAD driven, CFD modeled rotor molded plastic air intake that maximizes air speed while reducing inlet restrictions. The air system features the Black Series HEX filter with the velocity stack on the end. Each filter features extra wide pleats, giving the air filter the capacity to flow over 132% more air than a stock paper filter. The powder coated heat shield helps prevent power robbing heat from entering the intake track. The results, more horsepower and torque, increased throttle response and unique induction noise.

Simple bolt on with no tools required. No cutting or grinding required.


Installation Time: 30 minutes


*Flywheel horsepower ratings with 93 octane. Power levels may vary depending on octane and conditions.


*Custom tuning may be required.


**MY2018+ uses enclosed airbox vs open filter. See photos and install manuals linked above for clarification



    • Up to 15RWTRQ/10RWHP* peak gain over stock using 93 octane.
    • High velocity cold air intake system for unmatched airflow.
    • Filter flows over 132% more than stock panel filter.
    • Roto-molded air tube for excellent heat rejection.
    • Powder coated heat shield.
    • Cleanable filter.
    • Unique induction whine from Whipple intake system.
    • Zero cutting or modifying vehicle.
    • 50-state emissions legal *with Whipple stage 1 system

    *Power levels may vary depending on octane and operating conditions.

    *Custom tuning may be required.

  • WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, visit

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