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2011-2014 F150 3.5L EcoBoost Intercooler Upgrades


Turbochargers love cool, dense charge air, but your truck's stock intercooler and associated hardware just isn't enough to keep up with the huge amount of performance parts and powerful PCM tuning out there for the 2011 to 2014 F150 EcoBoost trucks. That's why you'll need to grab a some new EcoBoost intercooler parts or a complete replacement F150 EcoBoost intercooler kit to get your truck running at its peak and supporting utterly ridiculous levels of horsepower and torque. Alone, a complete replacement intercooler system can get your truck up to 15 horsepower and 30 lb-ft of torque right out of the gate without any tuning while being able to support up to 800 horsepower applications on your truck. These EcoBoost intercooler parts and systems will keep your truck churning out power no matter what you happen to throw on it. Once you're finished here, make sure to take a look at our F150 EcoBoost downpipes, F150 EcoBoost turbocharger upgrades, or our F150 EcoBoost performance packages.
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2011-2014 F150 3.5L EcoBoost ATP Dual-Core Replacement Intercooler
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2011-2012 F150 EcoBoost aFe Bladerunner Intercooler
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2013-2014 F150 EcoBoost aFe Bladerunner Intercooler
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Principle Benefits of an Aftermarket EcoBoost Intercooler

The stock intercooler of your 2011 to 2014 F150 EcoBoost can actually handle a decent amount of power and torque, but it is very prone to heat-soak in hot climates, during towing, going up inclines, horsing around off-road, or doing much of anything that involves keeping the RPM range up without going very fast or gaining speed. The other key weakness of the of the factory intercooler is, of course, it's infamous condensation problem. While an EcoBoost catch can (like the driver's side and passenger's side kits from UPR) is probably a more cost-effective way of mitigating or eliminating the problem, nearly all of our aftermarket intercoolers keep condensation in check so that your EcoBoost F150's performance doesn't overly suffer.
Stage 3's 2011 F150 3.5L EcoBoost Project Truck Stage 3's 2011 F150 3.5L EcoBoost Project Truck

The ATP, Wagner, and aFe Intercoolers all feature easy, drop-in installations in the factory location and are compatible with aFe's Bladerunner Charge Pipe. The Full-Race Intercooler has a little more of a complex install than the others, but it does bring the intercooler's position farther up into the upper grille in front of the radiator so that you can mount either a winch or light bar in your F150's lower grill opening. Check out our ATP and Wagner Intercooler install videos below: