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ID Motorsports tests Mustang intake manifolds on a 5.0-liter F-150 pickup

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Ford Motor Company and ID Motorsports

Of late we’ve been covering a lot of tests involving intake manifolds that fit the Coyote family of engines in Mustangs. From testing a Voodoo 5.2 intake on a Mustang GT 5.0-liter to testing a Ford Performance Cobra Jet intake on a Voodoo 5.2, we have seen some interesting stuff. However, did you ever wonder how these intakes might improve the Coyote-powered pickup in your driveway?

The Coyote-powered F-150s, like IM Motorsports’ Matt Alderman’s 2015 two-wheel-drive example, feature an intake manifold specifically tuned to generate the most useable torque for the kind of duty a truck usually sees.
The Coyote-powered F-150s, like IM Motorsports’ Matt Alderman’s 2015 two-wheel-drive example, feature an intake manifold specifically tuned to generate the most useable torque for the kind of duty a truck usually sees.

We were certainly curious when our old friend Matt Alderman of ID Motorsports offered to share the results of the intake manifold testing on his personal It’s a two-wheel-drive 2015 5.0 F-150. He had used the truck to develop some naturally aspirated calibrations for customers and was looking to do more hardware testing.

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