Flowmaster Releases New Delta Force Air Intakes for Late Model Trucks!


When we think Flowmaster, many of us think of mufflers and catback exhaust systems. In recent years however, they’ve expended into header kits and cold-air induction systems, giving your vehicle the ability to run full Flowmaster induction and exhaust systems. Having recently been acquired by Holley, Flowmaster has quickly been expanding their product lines, which now include cold-air induction kits for 2017-219 F250 and F350 with the 6.2L Engine, and the 2017-19 Nissan Titan V8 (non-XD).

Official Release:

Flowmaster Releases New Delta Force Air Intakes for Late Model Trucks!

Holley is pleased to announce the release of two new air intake systems for late model pickups from its Flowmaster division! Designed with performance in mind, these new systems will fit 2017-2019 Ford F250/F350 Trucks (6.2L Engine) and 2017-2019 Nissan Titan 5.6L V8 Engines.

The Delta Force system contains a custom molded black Cross-Linked Polyethylene (XLPE) high-flow intake tube to maximize air flow, black anodized aluminum fittings (when applicable), high quality reinforced silicone couplers and all stainless steel hardware. Other features include a large diameter high-flow conical shaped 8 layer cotton gauze air filter, which traps more dirt than typical 6 layer designs, a custom-fit black powder-coated air dam with attachment brackets to securely mount the system in place along with soft bumpers to eliminate any metal to metal contact under the hood.

The Delta Force Air Filters are serviceable with our Delta Force cleaning kits, #615001, which will help make your filter outlast your vehicle. This systems includes an easy bolt-on installation with no cutting or drilling. The Delta Force filters have a lifetime limited warranty and deliver power gains of up to 6% HP and TQ, with no tuning required.

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Rick Seitz

Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.

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