Category: F150 Engine, Intake, & Exhaust

The Modular V8 4.6L Ford Engine

The 4.6L modular motor from Ford is the most commonly used engine in the modular series. Like the 5.4 and 6.8L variants, the 4.6L “˜mod motor’ was introduced to the Ford truck lineup in 1997. When the 4.6L modular motor first was introduced to the Ford F150, it offered 220 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of [...] More »

Installing a Volant CAI kit on a 2007 Ford F150 5.4L

Installing a Volant CAI kit on a 2007 Ford F150 5.4L When Volant found out about Ford-Trucks.com new project truck a 2007 FORD F150 they were very anxious to send us an intake kit for us to install, the results are fantastic! Click on the pictures for a larger image. Step 1. The directions tell [...] More »

Tuning a Roushcharger for Maximum Performance

Author: Ken Payne   "Roush" — the name means performance. "Supercharger" means power. Combine them and you have the Roushcharger. Roush’s intercooled supercharger kit turns a mild mannered 2004-2007 Ford F-150 into a fire breathing torque monster. Two questions come to mind: How much power and can it be improved upon? The answers? Lots and [...] More »

Roush Proves That Crate Engines Don’t Have To Be Stock

LIVONIA, Mich. (February 1, 2007)  Building your dream car? Then it is likely that the biggest question facing you is about the engine. Specifically, should I buy a custom-built engine, or stick with the comfort of a mass-produced crate motor? ROUSH Performance, the leader in Ford powertrain development and all things high-performance, has a wide [...] More »

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