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Old 11-13-2012, 12:32 PM   #11
HinshawWRX
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I would either go get a pro/e-tune or find a stock intake and put it on. Even when it was a "supported" intake by Cobb it didn't exactly mean the tune was changed enough.

And you MIGHT need the spacers depending on the offset (not mentioned) of the wheel. If you're having the tires put on professionally, have them figure out if you need the spacers. My guess is no.
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