I'm with you here. I think it will help the motor to spin up a little quicker and with my cvt it should "catch" sooner so with better throttle response it should be more fun. I wouldn't mind a few extra mpg's either.
Originally Posted by scoutisimo
Wow. So you think adding a cold air intake and reducing torque while gaining nothing but potential sound is a better idea than decreasing rotational mass on a mechanical part thus reducing strain, perhaps gaining an mpg or two, and increasing response? This car is more related to an rs. Wrx info no longer applies. Boring I know.. but thats the cold harsh truth. Best thing you can do is improve suspension and efficiency. No real hp gains will ever be seen on this model. Make it more fun to drive. Youll never get much "faster"