2011-2014 F-150 EcoBoost FreakoBoost Intercooler / CAC Upgrade Kit

List Price:$1,399.00
Product Options
Intercooler Finish
Meth Bungs
Throttle Body Spacer
BOV Configuration

2011-2014 Ford F-150 Freak-O-Boost Front Mount Intercooler Kit

Full-Race Radiator Upgrade for 11-14 F150 HERE


  • 2011-2012 F150 EcoBoost with OEM turbos
  • 2013-2014 F150 EcoBoost with OEM eBOV
  • 2011-2014 F150 EcoBoost with aftermarket BOV
The addition of a high performance air-to-air intercooler is an easy bolt-on installation for any turbocharged vehicle. Also known as the 'C-A-C' (Charge Air Cooler) the stock unit is located below the radiator in the lower front bumper. F150 is a tough truck that will be subjected to work site and off-road abuse - so strength and durability are mandatory. Our gussetted thickwall aluminum upper-bracket and hand made endtanks are expertly TIG welded in precise fixtures and relocate the intercoler up in the grille, out of harms way. We use efficient bar-and-plate intercoolers, each one pressure tested to 50 psi before shipping. The lower support beam is hand-fabricated from high strength steel and powder coated black. This intercooler has 3" inlet / 3" outlet and is available with water/meth bungs on the coldside charge pipe.

The Full-Race Ford F-150 EcoBoost Intercooler / CAC Upgrade Kit Includes:

  • Front Mount Intercoooler core with >1000cfm flow rate for <1psi pressure drop at 600+hp airflow levels. 70% more internal flow area than stock, using oversized 10mm charge air and 10mm ambient air paths (compared to the stock 6.5mm air paths)
  • Intercooler Mounting Beam
  • Aluminum Charge Piping (Hot and Cold Side)
  • 2-ply Couplers and t-bolt clamps
  • Horn Relocation Bracket

Ford F-150 EcoBoost Front Mount Intercooler Kit Features:

  • Direct Replacement: Plug-and-Play - No tuning required!
  • High efficiency core designed specifically for the 3.5L V6 EcoBoost engine
  • Hand fabricated, professionally TIG welded endtanks and mounting tabs with bead-rolled charge pipes
  • Optional aluminum bungs on charge pipe to suit Water/Meth injection nozzles
  • Retains OEM sensors and purge solenoid fittings
  • No cutting or permanent modifications required - Direct Bolt On
  • Optional Black Anodizing on intercooler for stealth appearance
  • Allows EcoBoost F150's to use a off-road prerunner bumper, approved snowplow mounts and other accessories
  • Winch Compatibile: Rough Country 1010 hidden-winch mounting plate + VR10000 WARN Winch

Click HERE to view the install guide for the Full-Race Ford EcoBoost F150 Intercooler / CAC.

2013-2014 OEM Electronic Blow Off Valve option

TiAL Q BOV (External Blow Off Valve Option)

Turbosmart Smart Port BOV (External Blow Off Valve Option)

A stock ecoboost intercooler uses a thin aluminum intercooler core crimped to plastic endtanks. This design is low cost, easy to manufacture, and offers adequate cooling for the stock turbos. However high-performance and larger turbos can over-work the stock core, causing 'heatsoak' (intake air temperatures rise uncontrollably) and a corresponding reduction in power. In high humidity or rainy environments, the stock intercooler position can lead to condensation water building-up inside the stock cooler. Upon sudden acceleration and boost, this water can be introduced into the engine, causing a misfire event. We recommend using a mechanical vent-to-atmosphere BOV (blow-off valve) on the lower charge pipe, after the intercooler. These can help evacuate moisture from the charge air stream before it enters the engine's throttle body. The 2013+ Ebov may leak boost above 22psi, so we recommend using a mechanical BOV for any high boost setups

2013+ Ford F-150 Blow Off Valve Comparison

Dyno Charts:

Full-Race Intercooler (red line) VS Stock Charge-Air-Cooler (blue line)

Customer Photos:

Winch Compatibile: Rough Country 1010 hidden mounting plate + WARN VR10000 Winch

F150 EcoBoost Intercooler installation tips

  • Remove OEM CAC / Intercooler and OEM upper CAC mounting beam (leave lower CAC mount beam to fasten oil change dust shield under the engine). Remove TB cold-side charge pipe (blue #3). Remove TCBP/CACT sensor and unplug Quick-Disconnect PCV fitting
  • Using soapy-water in a squirt bottle, lightly spray inside the couplers for an easy installation
  • Swap 2 rubber isolators from the factory CAC to the bottom of the Full-Race cooler, using mounting bosses
  • Move Dual-Horns up and away from cooler, using supplied relocation bracket

Customer Testimonial:

"I just wanted to let you guys know that y'all make a great product. The workmanship is outstanding, the welds are on point, and the intercooler is just plain badass! I have a 2011 ecoboost and I opted for the bov - it sounds awesome!! I also polished it to a mirror, looks great behind my black grille. thanks again"

"I thought I would send some pics of the intercooler on my truck if you needed anymore for advertising. This thing is amazing and keeps my IAT2 temps within 1* of ambient air temps not matter how hot outside. I truly love the product and how it looks on the truck also. Thanks.
Don Y

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