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Gen 3 Raptor/Tremor COBB Intake w/HydroCarbonTrap 2021+

Gen 3 Raptor/Tremor COBB Intake w/HydroCarbonTrap 2021+

Raptor 2021-2023, Tremor 2021-2023 ONLY!!

The COBB Intake for the third generation Ford Raptor checks every box that enthusiasts expect from a high-quality bolt on upgrade. The factory piping from the air-box is replaced with dual 3" mandrel bent aluminum tubing to maximize airflow while custom silicone couplers ensure perfect OEM-like fitment.

The injection molded - fiber reinforced airbox lid incorporates a closed-cell foam gasket to seal the filter from mud, dirt, and debris. Powder coated tubing, composite material, and a COBB nameplate transform the engine bay to look as sharp as the iconic Raptor exterior.

This new iteration of our intake utilizes OEM-grade hydrocarbon filter element incorporated into our in-house designed retaining cage that connects to the tubing allowing for factory emissions filtering all while increasing airlfow and performance of the truck.

Also, we combined the improved airbox design with a high flow, dual inlet, tapered-oval filter. With 165% more surface area over stock, the intake produces more air-flow and a more audible turbo sound when building boost at low RPM.


All of the carbon fiber pieces in this system are constructed of a 3k tow in a 2x2 twill weave pattern with a gloss clear coat. Factory piping from the air-box is replaced with 3" tubing to maximize airflow and coupled with high quality HydroCarbon filter element incorporated into the airflow path of the tubes. A bespoke carbon airbox lid replaces the factory piece and allows installation of our reusable dual-inlet, high flow filter offering 165% additional surface area over stock. Black 4-ply silicone couplers are held in place with black e-coated stainless steel clamps, offering a sleek look and OEM-quality installation.

  • Emissions 50 State legal

    This part is legal for sale and use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles in all 50 states when used in accordance wiht the manufacturer's application guide because it has a California Air Resources Board (CARB) Executive Order (EO) number.



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