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This is a discussion on 2011 WRX Stage 1 + Cobb Intake within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Shiftyy from what i've read the stock intake is good to 350hp i believe so i dont ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiftyy
    from what i've read the stock intake is good to 350hp i believe so i dont know if you'd see much gain from that. a downpipe would definitely make a difference tho!
    That rumor has been around for a long time, and it's misleading...

    At StageII power levels on any VF powered car, the intake is a restriction. The '08+ airbox seems to be a bit more of a restriction than previous MYs, but it's still a restriction. I'd say that if you have a VF turbo (or larger), get an intake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElusiveSAV View Post
    I wanna go stage 2 just don't wanna void my warranty. I have till December on my bumper to bumper. Still have to take logs tho when I have time.
    Didn't you already 'void' the warranty by flashing your stock ecu to an off the shelf Cobb map?

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