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    hello again, 07wrx question

    would putting all cobb parts be a safe bet for my car, being- cobb ap, cobb tbe, and cobb intake w/ airbox? Anyone try out this setup?

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    The consensus seems to be that Cobb is pretty quality stuff.
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    You should be fine (there is no guarantee that a modification won't cause issues, but as TheJ said, Cobb is considered a quality part)
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    true, i am going to go through with all cobb, but i dont understand the difference of having the airbox with the intake, is it basically just a heat sheild and is it worth it?

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    The stock intake is more than adequate. Aftermarket intakes are little more than noisemakers.

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    i understand that the intake isnt much if nothing of a power upgrade, but i was just wondering what the cobb airbox really does and if its really worth the money. im trying to decide if i want the intake/airbox combo, or if im just going to go with the intake alone.

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