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    open to air intake suggestions

    i have money to blow now and i am shopping around for a cold air intake for my 08 subaru wrx. any suggestions?

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    Registered User mudferret's Avatar
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    Save your money from the intake until you get tuned for it, and if you're going to get tuned you might as well throw on a TBE at the same time. Intakes on an otherwise stock car won't add much, and can often cause problems.
    MMVI WRX - VF43 Airboy Tuned @ 3500'

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    Save your cash and put it towards a more beneficial upgrade. Good tires, lightweight wheels and suspension improvements should be first. You can't run fast without the correct shoes.
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    Registered User teflon_jones's Avatar
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    Yeah, +3 if you're open to suggestions, then I suggest you keep your stock one and spend your money elsewhere.
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