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K&N Series 57 FIPK Cold Air Intake (15-17 5.0L F-150)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Estimated Horsepower Gain of 12.74 HP @ 4555 RPM
    • Estimated Torque Gain of 9.92 TQ @ 3730 RPM
    • Improves Airflow for Better Performance
    • 57 Series FIPK Air Intake
    • Free-Flowing High Density Polyethylene Intake Tube
    • Oiled Air Filter Removes Harmful Contaminants
    • Filter is Washable and Reusable
    • NO Computer Tune Required
    • CARB EO Number: D-269-46
    • Simple Bolt-On Installation
    • Fits 2015-2017 5.0L F-150s

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Hey, everybody, I'm Justin with, and welcome to my detailed overview and install of the K&N Series 57 FIPK Cold Air, available for your 2015 and newer 5-liter powered F150. So, 5-liter truck owners out there, you should be checking out the Series 57 FIPK from K&N if you're looking for a no-nonsense, barebones intake system that's made by one of the most trusted names in filtration. Now, this is also gonna be a 50-state legal system. It is CARB-certified, so just about everybody can take advantage of some of the benefits here. And the best part is, is this is a no tune required intake, so you can use it with or without a tune of your choice.So if you've never heard of K&N before, first step, remove yourself from the rock you've been living under for the last decade or two, and educate yourselves, right? Because K&N is no doubt one of the biggest names in the automotive industry that continue to be a top choice here on the site for both the Mustang and F150 alike, and make some pretty solid stuff for very reasonable prices. Now, the Series 57 FIPK is short for fuel injection performance kit, and it's without a doubt one of K&N's most popular options in their rather vast lineup for, again, both the Mustang and truck alike. The best part is, guys, this thing's affordable. It is 50-state legal, so guys out in tough states like California can take advantage of some of the power and sound benefits without getting hassled by the man. And again, you can use this with or without a tune.But let's talk some gains here with the Series 57 Cold Air from K&N, and they're actually claiming K&N that is 12 horsepower, 9-pound feet of torque at the rear wheels, which honestly, in my opinion, is probably one of the most honest manufacturer claims I've ever heard. A lot of times, guys will inflate numbers from a cold air intake without a tune, and honestly, we've all seen it. It's just not realistic. This on the other hand is. My expectation with the cold air without a tune, high single digits, low double digits, is gonna be your best case scenario, and that is what K&N is claiming here with their very affordable kit. And the reason why you're not seeing these huge gains is pretty simple, guys. Ford did a great job when designing the factory air box with the newer trucks here. So, yes, bolting up a non-tune required intake like this will deliver some smaller gains, don't expect to set the world on fire. However, you are gonna see some other benefits that a lot of our customers have pointed out in the review section. For instance, a lot of guys have pointed out improved throttle response. Other customers have actually pointed out improved miles per gallon. These are things that are coming from our customers. These guys have bought the product, installed the product, reviewed the product. So check out the customer reviews on the product page if you haven't done so already. They're gonna give you some real world feedback.So as you can see, power benefits are just simply one piece of the puzzle when checking out an intake like this. Another cool benefit? This is an exposed element filter. It's not a sealed air box. And what that's gonna do for you is just give you a bunch of awesome noises coming from underneath the hood from your 5-liter engine. You're definitely gonna hear more of a growl when accelerating hard, and in my opinion, it makes a perfect complement to the exhaust of your choice. So we got power, we got sound, we got better throttle response, even in some cases, some better miles per gallon. What else are you getting with this kit? Well, we have the bread and butter K&N high-flow filter, guys. This is what they built the brand on, so this is definitely one of the highlights, in my opinion. You're getting the couple layers of cotton gauze material here sandwiched between the aluminum skeleton. It's been epoxy-coated and it has been finished off in K&N's special sauce, their red oil, making this thing an oiled filter. Obviously, this filter is washable. It is reusable. It's gonna save you some dough in the long run because every time you toss out one of those paper factory filters every 10,000 miles or less. Not the case here with K&N. In fact, they say you can reuse this thing up to 100,000 miles before you have to toss it and get a new one. So, very cool, worth pointing out for sure.In addition to the filter, you're also receiving the black plastic intake tube, and I like this because it's simple. It's understated. It's all business. No flashy chrome or logos all over the place, just a simple intake and it looks really nice under the hood. It's gonna be used in conjunction with the upper portion of the air box, which K&N includes here. And this is something that I really like because it actually incorporates the lower portion of the factory air box which still maintains all that fresh cool air ducting. So you're still gonna be pulling all that fresh air from the front of the truck, dumping it onto the high-flow K&N filter. You're getting the best of both worlds. Now, guys, if you did want something with a little bit more flash, check out K&N's Series 77 instead. It does feature a polished aluminum tube in place of the black plastic for those owners out there who prefer a little bit more flash. Another good thing with keeping things simple here with the Series 57 is the fact that it helps keep the price down as well. In fact, you're looking at just south of 300 bucks to get your hands on one of these guys, which makes it one of the most affordable currently on the site for your newer 5-liter powered truck. Now, companies like AIRAID, Injen, all those guys, they make a solid product but all of their intakes are gonna be 300, even 400 bucks. Not the case here with the K&N. One thing I always like pointing out with cold air intakes like this is that if you're not a big wrencher and maybe this is one of your first modifications you're doing, a cold air is a great place to start because, honestly, there's not a whole lot you can mess up. So I'm sticking with one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. We call it an hour on the site from start to finish, but 30 minutes I feel is more realistic. One of the other good things about this, you really need a basic tool set: Screw drivers, including a flat head, and a Philips head, an 8 and 10-millimeter socket. And one thing that you will need that you might not have laying around the garage now is a set of Torx bits. That's just gonna help you remove the factory mass air flow sensor and transfer it over to the K&N. Other than that, guys, basic stuff here. Removing the factory intake in the upper portion of the air box can be done using those basic hand tools. Simply install the K&N in reverse order and you should be good to go. Wrapping up the Series 57 FIPK from K&N, guys, here's what you can expect. If you're looking for an aftermarket cold air for that newer 5-liter powered truck but you don't need the most expensive thing out there, this is pretty much gonna do it for you right here, guys. It's a great intake, it's built well, it's gonna look good under the hood. Give you a little bit more power, a little bit more sound, and the best part yet, it's 50-state legal. So, that is my review of the K&N Series 57, which you can grab right here at

    Enhance Your Performance. Take your F-150 truck to a whole new level of performance with this K&N Series 57 FIPK cold air intake. It's designed to bring more cold oxygen-rich air straight to the engine to get your vehicle operating at a higher intensity. This kit comes with a custom filter, intake pipe and heat shield to allow air to flow more easily to your vehicle's engine.

    Without Computer Tune. There's no tune up required to make the most of this intake kit. It's designed to install quickly and without any unnecessary steps. Once you put it on the truck will have more power to offer, but it will still run the way it's supposed to. That's the power of this K&N Series 57 FIPK cold air intake kit.

    Long Term Filtering. One of the worst things you can do to your vehicle is let harmful debris get into the engine and other interior components. That's why a powerful air filter is important. This intake kit comes with a top grade filter that actually takes harmful compounds out while also letting air flow freely. The unit uses oiled cotton to capture particles and has aluminum mesh on the outside to help pre-screen the air.The filter is also washable and can be reused over and over again. Overall it's fast-flowing and highly capable.

    Insulating and Durable. A good air intake needs to insulate against hot air, while holding up over time. This K&N Series 57 FIPK cold air intake uses tough polyethylene plastic for the intake tube as well as the heat shield. The plastic is insulated and durable. It also uses epoxy coated aluminum for a durable filter and stainless steel fasteners for a secure hold.

    The One Hour Install. Most people can install this set in an hour or less without issue. That's because it's incredibly simple to put into place. With this intake you can easily lock it into position with the included bolts and you don't have to complete a special procedure to finish the installation.

    Lifetime Warranty. K&N offers a One Million Mile Limited Warranty on this intake set, giving you the peace of mind to keep using it over time.

    Smog Legal. The best part of this intake compared to many others is that it's legal in all 50 states. It's certified by CARB with number D-269-46 so you can use it with confidence.

    Application. This K&N 57 Series FIPK Cold Air Intake Kit is specifically designed to fit the 2015 to 2017 F-150s equipped with the 5.0L Coyote V8 engine, including the King Ranch, Lariat, Platinum, XL and XLT models.

    Technical Note. The K&N Cold Air Intake is not designed for vehicles equipped with a Body Lift.

    Fitment: 2015 2016 2017 Details

    MPN# 57-2591

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

    What's in the Box
    • (1) Intake Tube
    • (1) Air Filter
    • (3) Hose Clamp #56
    • (1) Vent; STRT, 1/4NPT To quick
    • (1) Vent; 1/4" NPT To quick
    • (1) Hose; 3-1/2" ID X 2-1/2" L Hump
    • (1) Hose Clamp #60
    • (1) Hose; 3.5" ID To 3.75" Wrapped
    • (1) Super Glue, 3G Drip Proof
    • (2) Bolt; M6 X 1.00 X 16MM, SS
    • (2) Washer; M6 Split Lock Zinc
    • (2) Washer; 6MM Flat, SS
    • (1) Edge Trim (19")
    • (1) Heat Shield
    • (1) Edge Trim (39")
    • (1) Adapter; Universal, 6" Filter 3.5"
    • (1) Hose Clamp #104
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Cold Air Intake Specifications
    Year/Model:2015-2017 5.0L Filter Placement:Engine Bay
    Material:High-Density PolyethyleneFinish:Black
    Manufacturer:K&NComputer Tune Required:No
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        5 Top Rated Questions

        After installing this cold air intake, does the fuel injectors need to be changed or tuned in order to keep the motor from running to lean? (Fuel/Air Ratio) Don't want the motor to feel bogged down or like its starving itself. Thank you.

        Does the filter come oiled or do I have to oil it myself?

        Will installing the cold air intake affect the warranty?

        • Cold air intakes usually won't void the factory warranty unless they require a tune. However, we recommend checking with a Ford dealership to confirm.

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        I looked it up on KN site and this series doesn’t pop up. Will it fit 2016 f150 5.0.

        • The K&N Series 57 FIPK Cold Air Intake will fit all 2015-2018 F150's with the 5.0L V8 without any issues.

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        You say this fits my 2018 ford f150 5.0 V8....but K N says it does you guarentee that it will fit and is street legal in New York State. Thanks, Carl

        • The K&N Series 57 FIPK Cold Air Intake will fit all 2015-2018 F150's with he 5.0L V8 without any issues.

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          Ratings Summary

          4.7 out of 5 overall rating from 17 customers

          Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

          • November 16, 2019

            5 2015 XL - Robichaud Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Cold Air intake

            Worked as advertised and easy install. Could not take a picture and get it to transfer.

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          • October 15, 2019

            5 2016 XLT - JoeE Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Great intake

            Did exactly what I expected it to, made sound! I am pretty sure it helped make my Borla Atak exhaust sound just a little more aggressive. Pleased with the results.

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          • September 10, 2019

            5 2016 XLT - Chandler15 Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour


            I bought this to compliment my new exhaust. Works great.

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          • June 11, 2019

            5 2017 XLT - Cade Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Simple Install, Great Sound

            The install for this was very simple. The only tough part was putting the insulation around the top of the metal guard but other than that, it was very simple. It sounds amazing as well. It has a nice deep tone when you accelerate above 2000 rpm, but riding down the interstate or just cruising there is no sound, which is exactly what I was looking for. I have gained close to 2 MPG, so this will slowly pay for itself. Overall, great product.

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          • June 03, 2019

            4 2016 XLT - Richard Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Cold air intake

            Definitely more power and torque. Pulled my 5th wheel with the F150 over same trip as a few months ago. Almost 2 mpg better and climbed the hills much easier. However, the intake couldn't fix how light the truck was. Perfect for the side x side, though.

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          • April 18, 2019

            5 2016 XLT - WilliamJ Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour


            Perfect fit. Easy install for anyone. Increased fuel mileage and an awesome throaty sound.

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          • March 22, 2019

            5 2016 XLT - JuliusG Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour


            The only hard part is getting the rubber trim around the intake housing that comes with the KandN product. Very quiet when cruising and has an aggressive sound when you lay down the gas. Very affordable would easily recommend especially when you live in California like I do.

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          • February 06, 2019

            5 2016 XLT - Dan Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Easy to Install

            Easy to install and makes the 5.0 sound great! No problems with it at all.

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          • October 04, 2018

            5 2018 - PaulV Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Quite nice

            Price was decent and looks appealing. The performance increase is decent. It feels a bit more zippy on acceleration. There is a noticeable whistling you can hear from the cab at higher rpm’s even with the windows up, but I kind of like the sound personally. It compliments my flow master outlaw exhaust well. VERY AGGRESSIVE sound. Fit was a bit of a nuisance for a little bit, but got it on nice and snug with a bit of patience.

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          • September 25, 2018

            5 2016 Lariat - BurlC Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Worth the money

            Hardest part was trying to unlock the clamps on the crank case vent! Everything else went like the instructions say! Throttle response is better, don't know about torque or horse power yet. Economy up just a 1 mpg or 2.

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          • June 12, 2018

            1 2018 XLT - 2015stand Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            does not fit 2018 properly

            the air hoses attach differently on the 2018 vs previous years and this causes one of the hoses to kink.

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          • May 18, 2018

            5 2015 XLT - CurtisW Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Really awakens the coyote

            This was my first upgrade for my '15 Coyote F-150 and I really have no regrets. My biggest reason for buying was for the sound buff and it truly delivers, it really growls when you lay on the gas! The improved throttle response and hp gains are also decently noticeable. My average MPG improved by exactly 1 MPG, and to note my commute is all stop and go. I have zero mechanical experience and it took me about half an hour to remove stock intake and install this one. Probably would have taken less than 10 minutes had I known what I was doing going into it. I highly reccomend for anyone looking for an affordable way to make some performance and engine sound improvements.

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          • March 18, 2018

            5 2017 XLT - gllave Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Great intake

            Intake looks and sounds great. Looked at other option glad I chose this one specially for they pocket saving against the other options

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          • December 18, 2017

            5 2017 XLT - DarrelW Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour


            Good god this thing is a beast, sounds great and u can feel a difference

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          • November 16, 2017

            5 2015 XLT - MichaelS Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Easy installation

            Easy installation and great sound! Pretty quiet unless you get on the throttle and then it growls! Highly recommend!

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          • September 25, 2017

            5 2016 XLT - Cory Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Great hp and deep sound!

            First off this shipped really quick! Like three days to my door! Secondly the install was super easy and had an instant change in horsepower, sound, throttle response. Couldn't be happier with this purchase!

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          • October 04, 2016

            5 - Jtl5oh

            great bang for your buck

            install couldn't have been easier only took 20 minutes to do so and the sound and power you get is great. throttle response is almost instant now, and to mpgs climbed up 2mpg. get bang for your buck if you looking to get more power out of your f150. Would buy again and recommend to anyone else with an f150

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