As low as $1,944.23
RallySport Direct is proud to provide you with another quality performance intake system brought to you by AEM.
On this page, you are looking at the AEM Cold Air Intake System designed specifically for your application to replace the factory restrictive intake system to increase both power and performance. This is a complete kit that replaces your factory air filter and air intake housing and has been dyno-proven to produce more power and torque.
Here are the details:
- Tuned and dyno-tested to improve acceleration and engine sound
- Low restriction aluminum intake pipe
- Intake pipe will come powder-coated a gunmetal color
- Air filter can last up to 100,000 miles before cleaning is required
- Air filter is washable and reusable
- Increased horsepower
- Improved throttle response
- Improved torque
- Reduced turbo lag
- Increased intake sound
- Includes heat shield
- Includes new clamps
- Note that a tune is required to utilize the maximum performance from this intake
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2018 WRX install NOT that simple
New to Subaru - 2018 WRX 15 days ago
The install should have been fairly simple, however on my 2018 WRX the hose clamp for the lower bellows was turned face down making it impossible to access with a screwdriver except from underneath the car (and removing a ton of stuff to get to it). Luckily I had a very small socket wrench that I was able to blindly feel my way onto the hex head and VERY slowly loosen it with roughly 1/8 turns. It was also not that easy to secure the bellows onto the new pipe as there is not a lot of space to work with and the fit was almost too tight (maybe because the car is still so new with less than 250 miles). And on top of that, they did not provide one of the "included" bolts, so I had to dig through my collection of random screws and bolts and finally found one that worked. Maybe the 2015-2017 models are easier, but this took me a sold 2 hours all said and done, and I was left with scratched and slightly cut up hands and arms from the various nooks and crannies I had to maneuver around.
907sandoval 3 months ago
Worked great on my wife's car easy to install made for a fun project takes about 25min to put on
AEM cold air intake 2015 wrx
WILDEWRX 2 years ago
Really straight forward install and high quality parts. Fit and finish is really nice and the piping's paint is very high quality, not to mention the filter is one of the nicest ones I've used on any of my cars. The sound is amazing coupled by a aftermarket bypass valve! Really loud!
guest561212ca4da8c3c04b8b4595 3 years ago
On the stock tune this intake does no such power gains that were promised on the box if anything the feels like it has noticeably less power with this Intake installed. Not sure of the performance gains with a pro tune but I would not reccomend. Stick with the stock intake!!
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Which Tune to run Subie life 9 months agoAnswer
Before I purchase I wanted to make sure Cobb had a Map and I cant find one for this intake specifically. Is there one or is there a generic that should be used.
A: Cobb only has intake maps for the Cobb Big SF Intake at this time. This intake would require a custom tune.
Evan M. 9 months ago
Q: AEM COLD Air Intake for 2015 WRX Premium opfor95 2 years agoAnswer
I would like to put this system on my car. I would like to know if there are Off The Shelf Maps for the Cobb Access Port from Cobb for It, or not. I would rather have a dry system over the Cobb Big SF intake system if possible. I have the access port and I would really rather not have to use wet Cobb set up.
A: This would probably work with the Stage 1 map from Cobb. The Accessport is designed to work with Cobb products, so getting a Cobb intake will allow for the most performance gains.
Chris W. 2 years ago
Q: Sound japangloko 3 years agoAnswer
Which BOV is being used in conjunction with the intake?
Q: Requirements ? james_nickerson23 3 years agoAnswer
Does this require a tune or 93 octane fuel? Or is it okay with 91 and no tune. Also how much hp boost can realistically be expected ?
A: AEM claims that tuning is not required, but we recommend getting a tune with any intake. You can use 91 octane fuel and AEM was able to gain 25hp and 30 ft-lbs of torque.
Zach G. 3 years ago