Not unless there was a super, or turbo, charger attached to it......lol
Not a dumb question either.
Factory intakes for fuel injection are made for low and mid-range power, they can start to limit air flow above 4,500rpm.
Factory has to make intakes that meet emissions requirements but they also need to make engines that have reasonable power so they can sell vehicles, lol.
This is why factory's added Cold Air Intakes(CAI) when they started switching over to fuel injection, they saw the benefits in performance with CAI on earlier carb engines so adopted CAI when engineering for EFI.
And this is also why 3rd Party CAIs don't increase performance, you already have it.
If you plan on spending time above 4,500rpm then check out Tom Morana Racing website, they have 60mm and 75mm intakes for Ford 3.0l.
Any HP gains would be above the 4,500rpm range.
Last edited by RonD; 01-02-2015 at 11:44 AM.