DynoMax Cat-back Exhaust System: 2009 Ford F-150
Do high performance, reduced restriction, and an earful of awesome growl sound good to you? DynoMax has a cat-back exhaust system for the 2009 Ford F-150, featuring three-inch mandrel-bent 409-grade stainless-steel piping and a show-styled, double-walled, logo-embossed four-inch tip. The company's Ultra Flo welded muffler is an unrestricted design that can support up to 2000 horsepower. It also has Continuous Roving Fiberglass technology to create that perfect tone and to prevent interior resonance. It's around $320.
Edelbrock's E-Force supercharger: 2004-and-newer Ford F-150s
For 2004-and-newer Ford F-150s is Edelbrock's E-Force supercharger. It's based on a supercharger for the Mustang, and for this application, it's been designed to increase the towing power of the 5.4-liter to 478 horses and 504 pound-feet. The manifold has 14-inch-long runners and an internal-bypass valve to minimize parasitic power loss at low engine speeds. The Eaton Twin Vortices rotor assembly is the same thing the Corvette ZR-1 uses. There's also a hi-po reusable air filter, a 110-square-inch air-to-water intercooler with a front-mount dual-core heat exchanger, a handheld programmer for the ECU, and more. It costs around $6300.
Edge Products CS Evolution and CTS Evolution: Most Diesel Engines
If you're seeking a scan tool, programmer, and gauge display in one package, look at the Edge Products CS Evolution and CTS Evolution. CS is for full-color screen; CTS is the color touch screen. The programmers work on all 1994 1/2-2010 Ford diesels, 1997-2009 Ford F-150s, 1999-2009 V-8-powered GMs, and 2001-2010 GM Duramax engines. The Evolutions will allow you to reprogram for better power and performance, and you'll be able to monitor your vehicle as well as read and clear trouble codes. Both will display up to eight parameters at a time. They start at around $439.