Achieving lower temperatures than stock should be relatively "easy", but Wagner-Tuning didn't take the easy route. With cast aluminum CAD/FEM optimized CNC machined end-tanks, a 35% increase in overall surface area, and a clean overall OEM look, this was no "easy" feat. The well-thought design on the EVO intercooler included using a dual core setup, with uniquely-shaped turbulators for maximum cooling efficiency. The more surface area the turbulators provide, the better they will cool, but that also means more drag being caused.
That is where the emphasis on turbulator design comes in, because looking at intercooler inlet and outlet temps comparing the difference between the Wagner-Tuning EVO Intercooler and the stock 2013 F150 Ecoboost Intercooler, you can easily see that Wagner-Tuning went leaps and bounds above Ford's effort at cooling their engine. The results speak for themselves, but once MPT has more time with the upgraded intercooler we will be updating this page with further information and results on how this intercooler really stacks up at the track...
The F150 EVO Intercooler upgrade from Wagner-Tuning provides upwards of 30 degrees Celcius decrease in Outlet temps. Cutting absolutely no corners, this intercooler is without comprimse for building cold air-charge no matter what the ambient temperatures.