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PERRIN Inlet Hose Black
Subaru BRZ 2017+ / Toyota 86 2017+ Manual Models
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct carries a great selection of aftermarket performance products brought to you by PERRIN Performance.
This is the PERRIN Inlet Hose designed to smooth out the turbulence of the incoming engine air to improve the acceleration and to add horsepower. This is a 3" pipe that is a direct replacement of your 2.7" OEM component that features a smooth interior wall and has a more gradual bend when compared to the OEM unit that has a sharper bend. Additionally, the PERRIN unit comes designed it stainless steel internal support wire that is embedded within the silicone layers to add more rigidity and to prevent the risk of collapsing. And once you install this part, it also eliminates the factory resonator as well as the sound tube which saves weight and cleans up the engine bay.
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Not sure of how big a performance bump this gives if any. Didn't really notice anything with the butt dyno, so any gains went unnoticed even combined with a K&N. Reading the forums, you're better off (best bang for the buck) doing this, as opposed to a full intake kit. One thing I did notice, is, it is quieter in the cab when getting on the throttle. Any other time, is pretty much the same volume inside. Lastly, the install. So the clamps they come with, are just BARELY big enough (no room left on the band) to fit over the hose, and made installing the hose ends a bigger pain than necessary. I'm not sure if you could even get them to tighten or fit. I didn't even bother. I had some extra bigger hose clamps from my OEM WRX intake, and used those to fit the hose. The worm gear clamp on the OEM BRZ intake would fit too, as I'm sure the other clamp on the OEM intake would as well. Be careful before calling it done on install as well. I believe the instructions also call it out, but if you don't use those, you need to make sure it isn't touching the serpentine belt. It comes pretty close.