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Old 11-03-2001, 04:06 AM   #1
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Default Anyone with Cobb Intake, made to fit MY98/99 MAF?

Hello,
I did a search and see no one actually bought a Cobb CAI, then custom made to fit onto the MAF Impreza (98/99). So I wonder if there is anyone who actually did it and can post pic?

I am currently looking for method (instructions) in DIY the CAI for MY98, and possibly the parts I need (where I can get them).

I know many of you have cool intakes already, so can any of you help out a bit? Thanks a lot and in advance

-Alan (Another MY98 Owner)
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Old 11-03-2001, 11:42 AM   #2
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I'm pretty sure Larry sells custom Cobb's with the PRM filters for 98/99 imprezas. Check www.imprezars.com and the products section, the "shopping cart" link. Good luck

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Old 11-03-2001, 01:49 PM   #3
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also, not to steal cobb's thunder, but i will be letting injen prototype an intake for the 98/99 maf based RS on monday the 5th and it should come out sometime after that, it is cobb style in that it gets rid of the torque chamber and it's a full CAI, they have one made for the 00/01 map based rs already, you can PM litoljon for info on that one, though it's not on the market yet.
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Old 11-04-2001, 04:07 AM   #4
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Excellent stuff! Hopefully will produce great result plus the fact that curing the Super Rich/Lean problem I have having right now.

Please keep us informed? Thanx

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Old 11-04-2001, 10:17 AM   #5
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Danzborin made one in a thread called intake to maf-inflicted user IIRC. He used a cobb intake and did some cutting looked really good and only used a handful of parts which Larry ganz has made available in one convenient package for us

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but i will be letting injen prototype an intake for the 98/99 maf based RS on monday the 5th
would you happen to have anymore info on that? see if they can make the writing in blue to match the RBP instead of red that would be sweet. are they going to get you or the MY00-01 on a dyno to post the gains?
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they don't have access to a 4 wheel drive dyno at the moment, so supposedly one day we're gonna head up there when they get one? (or this is what i'm told) and then about the colors... im pretty sure it's just a polished al tube with red writing, i dont know about getting different colors, but if you can get their intakes for other cars in different colors, i'm assuming they'll make the option available for us.

here's a pic of the 00/01 on litoljon's car, pm him with any questions:

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Old 11-04-2001, 02:50 PM   #7
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Looks nice! Hmmmm, filter's inside the fender? For us MAF owners it's gonna be 2 pcs I think...but nonetheless it looks very nice; I hope things will go smoothly for you

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Old 11-06-2001, 03:13 AM   #8
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Here is the MY99 Cobb that Robert Stokes made from a Cobb, MAF adapter, and extra silicone connectors and hose clamps. I sell all of those parts that he used on my website, either on the products pages or the shopping cart page.



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Old 11-06-2001, 09:18 AM   #9
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I have a Cobb style MY99 intake as well, but mine goes further down the fender. I built it myself thanks to JCWhitney and a few other places.. I couldn't justify the price of the Cobb intake just to hack it up so I started from scratch.. The PRM filter was the pricey part, but Larry will hook you up with that. Performance is great! It needs painted though as I didn't do polished stainless steel.

If you do it yourself do it right with quality hose connection pieces and re-do your vacuum lines. I have extra hose connection (for intake parts) left over if anyone needs some. It's Federal hose so it will last for ever and is tough. Function before form for me.

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