I've been doing some maintenance work on my new(to me) 03 WRX. After replacing the PCV valve, I noticed my car was driving like it had no boost. I began re tightening and rechecking everything and I noticed that the clamp for the turbo inlet hose was crooked. I pressed on it with a blunt object and noticed the clamp wasn't holding onto anything on one part. I reset the clamp so it's actually on the flange but the turbo inlet hose is malformed from staying that way for so long. The rubber also seems very weak, almost deteriorated. My question is, as I'm trying to stay mainly stock, is there a benefit to the perrin inlet hose? Is it mainly just an OEM replacement that holds up longer? I don't want to change my factory airbox but I think I'll have a hard time finding an OEM replacement inlet hose that's in good shape and affordable. Is there any drawbacks to the perrin(other than the long install)? I just want something that will last and I won't have to worry about boost leaks anymore. I'm worried that the inlet hose I have now will tear and rip over time from pressure. Thanks in advance.