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S&B Cold Air Intake with Dry Extendable Filter (18-22 5.0L F-150)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Justin: The S&B intake that we have here today would be an awesome choice for the 2018 and newer 5-liter F-150 owners who might be after one of the nicest sealed options available at a very attractive price point. Now, the S&B will feature a durable ABS plastic build for the air box and the tube itself, along with your extendable dry filter here with this particular kit, and will not require the use of any custom or can tuning.Now, price point for the highly rated 5-star product here we'll live in that mid to high $300 range. And the install, at least according to the site, guys, is gonna get a pretty soft two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, and I would say take an hour at absolute most to complete from start to finish. But as always, hang with me for a bit, and we'll walk you through that job later in the video.So, I always like to say intakes are definitely one of those gateway modifications that oftentimes get truck owners comfortable with modifying their own rigs at home. Now, not only is there an instant improvement in both appearance and performance, but I would say the satisfaction of tackling something like this in the driveway or garage ultimately builds confidence for the next modification.Now, the S&B that we are talking about here today, I would say is easily one of the most popular in the category for the 5-liter trucks, and you got well over 100 5-star reviews. As always, guys, if you haven't already done so, feel free to read up on some of those as it's always a great way to get some feedback from fellow truck owners about their experience with this particular kit.Now, as far as your major components are concerned, well, two biggies jump right out at me. First and foremost, guys, you are getting a sealed enclosure here with the S&B and not an open element-style filter. And that sealed enclosure, by the way, has been designed and built very well. And that will be evident when it comes time for the install.Now, these sealed enclosures are always gonna get the big thumbs up from me as they are ultimately your best bet at reducing high intake air temperatures under the hood, especially when the truck is stationary. Now, when you're moving, obviously, this isn't a huge deal because basically, the air is coming in through the front end of the truck. But if you're the type of owner that sits in a lot of traffic, especially in a very hot climate, this can definitely be a factor as those high intake air temperatures lead to a very sluggish-feeling truck.Now, inside that sealed enclosure will be one of S&B's signature dry filters here, guys, easily one of the largest filters in the category while still fitting inside of your air box, which by the way, does get topped off the really nice, clear plexiglass window so you can keep an eye on the filter itself. Now, the general rule of thumb when we're talking filters, guys, is that an oiled filter might flow a little bit better, whereas a dry filter will capture more particles. But that difference is so minute that it really shouldn't be a huge concern either way, especially when we're talking about a truck and not like a full-blown drag car or anything like that.Now, the good thing about a dry filter is that they don't require nearly as much maintenance as an oiled filter, but can still be clean and reused with compressed air. Whereas with those oiled filters, you can clean them, dry them off, and then reoil them. Sometimes you run the risk of over-oiling the filter itself, which is certainly something you don't wanna do. Dry filter, on the other hand, clean it off, throw it back in, and you're good to go.Now, if for whatever reason you do still want the oiled filter, there are certainly a lot available on the site, including some options from S&B. You can always check those out instead if you prefer. Now, as far as your benefits are concerned, well, obviously we're talking about a more modified under-hood appearance here, especially when compared to your factory air box. But I think the biggie, no doubt when installing something like this is, can I expect a little bit more horsepower and torque?And according to S&B, yes, you certainly can, thanks to basically this kit outperforming that factory air box by nearly 40% to 50%, which in turn should lead to some pretty solid gains overall for truck owners. Now, you can also expect things like improved throttle response, and S&B states even some improved fuel economy. But I would say, be weary of that one because chances are it'll be hard to keep your foot out of the throttle.Now, outside of your benefits as far as components are concerned, pretty straightforward stuff, right? We already did talk about the filter quite a bit here, but I am a really big fan of the S&B air boxes. They do a great job on designing these things. They fit really well and they look really sharp, especially when you got that plexiglass on top here allowing you to keep an eye on the condition of your filter.Really big fan of the roto-molded plastic intake tubes, especially when we're talking about heat. Plastic does a good job of keeping that heat soaked down. And getting back to the air box real quick, I do wanna point out how S&B incorporates a brand new snorkel here, which helps draw in that fresh air from the front of the truck. A lot of other kits in the category will reuse the stock stuff. Nothing wrong with that, but I think it helps make for a cleaner look when you incorporate it into the air box and utilize the new rubber piece here from S&B.And outside of that, the typical stuff you can expect here, guys, you got all of your couplers, all of your clamps, all the hardware, and everything else needed to get everything in place pretty easily. I do also wanna remind you that this kit does not require any tuning whatsoever. So, basically, F-150 owners out there yank this thing out of the box, throw it together on the truck, and go without the need for anything else.But now we do wanna shift gears and get into the installation portion of the video as promised earlier, guys. Pretty simple stuff. Again, I would say intakes are one of the easiest modifications to tackle in the world of wrenching, if you will. Certainly, something that helps build confidence. And again, if this is the first time working on the truck, this is a great place to start. To help you through the job though, feel free to check out our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown right now.Man: Tools required for this install include, a clip remover tool, a flathead screwdriver, a Phillips head screwdriver, a ratchet, an extension, a 9/16-inch socket, a 13-millimeter, 8-millimeter, and 7-millimeter socket, and a 3/4-inch wrench. So, first, we have to remove our stock intake. So, we have two clamps that we're gonna have to loosen to get our pipe out. They're gonna be 7 millimeters, or you can use a flathead screwdriver.We'll get a 7-millimeter socket on here to loosen this clamp. And then we'll do the same thing for this one. So, now we can remove our line from the little tab there and then disconnect our intake tube. And now we can wiggle our intake tube out of our throttle body, and then we can slide it out. So, now we can go ahead and disconnect our fitting here. And then we can wiggle our intake tube out from our throttle body. And then we can snake that out.Now we can remove our two push clips at our intake hose. Now we can remove the bolt that's holding in our intake box and remove our intake box. It's gonna be a 13-millimeter, I have a 13-millimeter socket on it. And now we can pull up on our intake box and remove it. So, now we can take our new intake tube and install our fittings. Now, this kit works for the '18 to '20 F-150s, as well as the '21 and newer.The '18 to '20 have an extra vacuum line, so we have a plug for that. But since ours doesn't have that, we have a little block-off screw that'll go in there. And then we have our PCV fitting as well. And we can take a 3/4-inch wrench and tighten this down. And then our plug is gonna use a 9/16 socket. Now we can go ahead and transfer the grommet from our stock air box to our new one.Now, we have a metal bushing inside, so you can push it through to the other side with your finger, or you can get in there with a flathead screwdriver and poke it out. And then once we pop that piece out, it'll make the grommet a lot easier to slide out there.Now we can install our grommet into our new air box. And then we can slide our bushing in through the inside. So, now we can go ahead and take our coupler and our large clamp, slide that over the top.Now, the tab on the bottom of the coupler is gonna be facing down. I'm gonna slide it over here. And then we can slide our rubber piece over our intake tube. Now, to secure that down, we're gonna be using plastic rivets. So, one's gonna go from the bottom side of the hole, one's gonna go from the top, and they're gonna lock together.So, now we can go ahead and install our new intake box. We have these tabs on the bottom that are gonna slide into our grommets. And then we can take our factory 13-millimeter bolt and slide it through our grommet here. Now we can reinstall our factory 13-millimeter bolt that holds our air box in place. So, now we can go ahead and install our two push clips that hold our inlet hose down.So, now we can take one of our two smaller hose clamps and our coupler, and I'll slide it over and then slide it onto the edge of our throttle body. And then now that new clamp's gonna be an 8-millimeter socket instead of a 7-millimeter, get that tightened down. So, now we can go ahead and take our filter and another one of our larger clamps, slide that over the edge. And then we're just gonna slide this into the box for now.Once we get our intake tube coming through this hole, we can line everything up and clamp it down. So, now we can slide the second of our smaller clamps over the coupler on our throttle body. And then we can take our intake tube, snake it down through, and into our intake box. And then now we can go over to the intake box, get our filter on the other side, and snug that down. So, now we'll line up filter and pull the intake tube the rest of the way in.And then once we have that hooked up, we can take our 8-millimeter socket and snug down this clamp. And then we'll also hit the one on the outside of the box. So, now we'll go ahead and connect our intake tube into our throttle body. And then we can slide our clamp into position and tighten that down. And then we can reconnect our PCV line. So, now we can take our plastic cover and our weather seal and run our weather seal around the edge.Now you're gonna wanna make sure to pull pretty tight on this, that way you have enough to wrap around. Otherwise, you might end up a little short. That might even be a good idea to put a little dab of super glue there, just hold it in place. And then we can take our Phillips head screws with our washers and start threading them in.So, that'll wrap up this review and install of the S&B Cold Air Intake with Dry Extendable Filter for your 2018 to current 5.0-liter F-150. Thank you for watching. And remember for all things F150, keep it right here at americantrucks.com.

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features

      • Delivers More Horsepower and Torque
      • Faster Throttle Response
      • High-Flow Air Filter
      • Dry Extendable Filter Media
      • Crafted With a Durable Intake Tube
      • No Required Tuning
      • Comes With an Airbox
      • Direct Installation
      • Supported by a Million-Mile Warranty
      • No CARB EO Number
      • Designed to Fit 2018-2022 5.0L Ford F-150 Models

      Description

      Better Driving Performance. Level up your Ford’s driving performance by equipping it with this S&B Cold Air Intake with Dry Extendable Filter. This cold air intake can enhance your engine’s combustion process, resulting in an increase in horsepower and torque. With the added power, your truck can now face challenging trails with greater ease.

      No Required Tuning. This cold air intake does not require you to perform any tuning after installation. Once you bolted this to your vehicle, it is ready for use.

      High-Flow Air Filter. This S&B Cold Air Intake has great filtering capabilities. Thanks to its high-flow air filter with dry extendable filter media, your engine is kept safe from particles and other debris.

      Superior Construction. For maximum strength and long-lasting performance, this cold air intake is made of high-quality materials. With its superior construction, it can handle your truck’s tough driving demands without failing or breaking.

      Direct Installation. Built with a bolt-on design, you can directly mount this cold air intake to your truck’s factory location points. For added convenience, all the necessary hardware is included in this kit.

      Supported by a Million-Mile Warranty. To cover any defects in material and workmanship, this product is supported by a million-mile warranty. However, this warranty will be considered void if you purchase the item from an unauthorized seller. Other terms and conditions may apply.

      Application. The S&B Cold Air Intake with Dry Extendable Filter is designed to fit the 2018-2022 5.0L Ford F-150 models.

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Air Filter
      • (1) Intake Tube
      • (1) Air Box
      • (1) Rubber Cuff
      • (1) Clear Lid
      • (1) Lid Seal
      • (1) Front Inlet
      • (8) Plastic Rivets, Interlocking Shank
      • (2) Plastic Rivets, Long Stem
      • (4) Hose Clamps
      • (6) Sealing Washers
      • (6) Truss Head Phillips Screws
      • (1) Silicone Step Coupler
      • (2) Fittings, Quick Connect
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