The Ford Bronco looks impressive from the outside but can be lacking and messy under the hood. If you want to give your 2.7L a better look and make some more power, this Roush Performance Pac is the way to go.
Great style. Roush's cold air intake is the perfect addition to your engine bay. The bright red filter peeking through the clear window in the top of the airbox gives your Bronco a sporty and aggressive look. The Roush badge proudly displayed on the box screams performance and lets people know that your engine bay is something special.
Better filtration and sound. The kit increases the filter capacity with a large high-flow filter and a pre-filter, which extends the service interval. This is convenient whether you are off-roading and going in dusty areas or simply street driving. The window in the airbox lets you clearly see the condition of your air filter so that you can determine if your air filter needs servicing. The high-flow filter that is used reduces restriction and can increase the turbo noise that you hear, giving you a more exciting and sportier driving experience.
More power. Roush developed their PCM calibration in the lab and on the trail to provide the best gains and reliability. Adding up to 40hp and 70tq to your 2.7L Bronco, this is a great upgrade that will wake your SUV up. High-performance throttle mapping, increased throttle response, and disabled auto start/stop make a noticeable difference.;
Features & Benefits:
- Excellent styling
- Aggressive look
- Retains water fording depth
- Extends service interval
- High-flow red air filter and pre-filter
- Roush Performance badging
- Larger capacity filter
- Clear window in airbox
- Fits both 2.7L
- Increased turbo and intake noise
- +40hp, +70tq
- Improved throttle and boost mapping
- Auto start/stop disabled through calibration
Note: A J2534 interface is required for installation, and a dealer needs to install the calibration. NOT CARB APPROVED. Vehicles with larger wheel and tire packages my yield different power results.
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