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Gain power power by sucking in more air with cooler air temps using our true 3" intake system for the 2015+ WRX! Our intake system was one of the first true 3" intake systems on the market for the 2015+ FA20DIT WRX, featuring straight through 3" diameter tubing unlike other intakes that taper down at the MAF housing size to offer a "no tune required" intake, aka noise-maker.
11 hp and 9 ft / lbs of tq at peak with just an OTS Stage 2 Cobb AccessPort reflash, scaled for the 3" intake
19 hp and 20 ft / lbs of tq at peak with a Pro Tune
Huge midrange gains
Significant drops in intake temps, keeping temps consistent and reflective to intake manifold temps
Drastically decreased detonation
IAT's were a consistent 93 degrees at most cruising / pulling speeds and RPM's, while the intake manifold temps were anywhere from 115 degrees to 140 degrees!
What are people saying about our intake systems?
Got the FMIC and the Intake on last week! Just wanted to write to you and say thanks again for the service. FMIC fit great, and lowered intake manifold temps by ~65* by the end of a run, on E60 I was getting lower then intake air temps during some portions of my runs! The Intake sounds and fits amazing as well. The biggest benefit was how much it cleans up the MAF signal over any other intake I have tuned! Extremely accurate and easy to tune. In any case on E60 Im making a comfortable 360 wtrq / 360 whp. There is differently a bit more left on the table. But I'm not trying to break any records with my DD haha
- Customer and tuner at a tuner at a reputable shop who wished to remain anonymous to avoid any conflict
"... I found a very clean MAF curve when tuning this intake, stock I/C or their FMIC. I’ve been tuning MAF for something like 14-15 years, it’s actually a break to tune a MAF vehicle — it’s quite easy compared to some of the other projects we tackle. But what about your fuel trims you ask? Here we have a nifty graph (graphs located in pictures) that not only includes the fuel trims from a 45 minute drive, but a nice mean line to demonstrate the average of all the data sampled across the whole datalog. Note how the mean stays very close to zero — our long term has a 2% drift in a couple of areas and our short term is overall +/- 4% from the mean with one spot that drift ab it towards 6 with some blips in the 8% region. Not exactly bad for a MAF curve that literally came off the dyno and I drove the car home. One minor tweak and she’ll be tight around +/-5%. That’s pretty damn good for an aftermarket intake."
- Vit Viper
Our intake system features full 3" diameter tubing through the MAF hole for non restrictive flow unlike competitors. A CNC'd MAF flange is used to house the custom extension harness so the OEM Subaru sensor is utilized. All kits come powder coated in black and mount to to the stock location.