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Features & Product Details
The COBB Tuning Silicone Turbo Inlet is a great upgrade to your vehicle that will improve throttle response, reduce turbo lag, and more importantly increase horsepower and torque. This is achieved through the improved design. The factory turbo inlet hose is a restrictive design that includes ridges that causes turbulence within the air flow.
The COBB tuning silicone hose carries many attributes that makes it a solid upgrade and an overall better investment for your vehicle. It has been crafted from high-grade 5-ply silicone that does an amazing job at repelling heat generated from the engine bay and keeps the air as close as possible to ambient temperatures. Because of the smooth design of the pipe, your engine will be able to breathe much better and inhale more air without fighting the restrictions of the factory unit.
This is an OEM replacement component, and has been designed to work with standard sized inlets of 2.4”
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The RallySport Guarantee does not apply to products that have been modified, damaged, misused or abused. All returns require an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) Number, and freight charges are strictly non-refundable. For more information regarding our freight refund policy, please refer to our return policy page found HERE.
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REVIEWS & CUSTOMER MEDIA
wow quality product. good price. looks great, works great
Bought this to replace the mishimoto version that gave me a ton of problems. The cobb isn't much better. The design on these is ridiculous. They make them so large it's very hard to maneuver things around as needed. You cant even get adequate clamping force down on the turbo inlet flange because these things are so beefy. It's also insane how much you have to cut off of these on BOTH ends. The instructions cobb provides for these (on the website) were done with little effort and explanation. They leave out a lot of important stuff. I've been working on cars for the last 10 years and nothing has caused me more problems than an aftermarket wrx turbo inlet hose.
I had read the reviews before purchasing and went in knowing I'd have to "trim" either end to get it to "fit"; If i would have known at the time what I do now, I would have passed on this piece. First, lined it up with the OE unit (that I was replacing since it developed a tear) to estimate what I needed to take off (and left it a bit long). Also tried test-fitting without it in the intake to get an idea if more would need to possibly be trimmed off AFTER i had tested it with the intake ON. After a good 2 hours of playing "intake manifold on, try to fit, intake manifold off" and trimming to fit, I found out I had accidentally cut it ~1/4" too short on the last "adjustment". That was after taking off about 1.5" from the turbo side mind you. Before throwing everything across the shop, it looks like you'd need ~1/2" off the airbox side as well....which would make that ridiculous metal insert poke into the airflow (self restricting, how pleasant). The ports are in poor spots, or maybe its just because I [email protected]#ked up the install; the valve cover breather was about impossible to fit on and the BPV return was just all wrong. I'd give it a 0/5 if I could.
really well made inlet and I like it. installation was no bad it took me about 2 hours to install since i was taking my time but over all I really like it how it came out the performance was great the car has a new sounds and i am happy.
The install is pretty self explanatory. As far as the 07 legacy gt owners are concerned, you'll have to cut some length off of the inlet right where it mates to the turbo. Also of you have a Cobb sf intake, you'll have to cut off some of the hose after maf. It will be a very tight fit all around. I found it advantageous to remove the whole bracket that the boost control and those two other sensors are on. Probably best to go ahead and put new vacuum lines on while you're down there so you can have enough hose length to avoid and pinching and provide enough room to angle.the fittings in the directions you see most accessible. I can't see a true performance enhancement but after looking how ate up and brittle my stock inlet was, I'm g lad I got it out of the equasion.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Vacuum lines LGTMATT1 year agoI am purchasing the turbo inlet. Since I am already going to be going through the hassle, I wanted to replace my old vacuum lines. Was hoping you guys could point me to which sizes I need for my 07 subaru lgt
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A: Unfortunately, we are not sure of the size of the vacuum lines that you are needing. I am pretty sure that there are three different sizes though. Good Luck in your search.Tyler G.
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