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CorkSport Mazda 3 Cold Air Intake Released!

CorkSport Mazda Performance – Blog Fight Power Loss From Your Hot Engine Bay



A Cold Air Intake is one of the easiest ways to gain consistent power in your Mazda. With the CorkSport Power Series Cold Air Intake for your 2010-2013 Mazda 3 you will pull cold air directly into your engine which equals more power at your wheels. In testing the CorkSport Power Series Cold Air Intake proved to give peak gains of almost +6hp and +6lb/ft of torque.

Available now for $229.99 for the 2.5L Mazda 3: CorkSport Power Series 2010-2013 Mazda 3 Cold Air Intake | 2010+ Mazda 3 CAI

Also available for $229.99 for the 2.0L Non SkyActiv here: CorkSport Power Series 2010-2013 Mazda 3 Cold Air Intake | 2010+ Mazda 3 CAI
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Cool beans...is a 2.0L SkyActiv one to follow?

Also, I saw that the +6hp/+6ftlb is only listed for the 2.5L...what are the gains for the 2.0L?

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Carb approved?


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Carb approved? Interchangeable from our old one so that we don't have to waste more money buying another whole new intake? Hydro lock?
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It is not CARB approved, sorry.

Also, you can swap this between running it as a SRI and a Cold Air, just pull the pipe and silicone coupler and hook that filter to the MAF.

As for Hydro Lock CorkSport Mazda Performance – Blog Hydrolock
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Also I'm guessing the 6hp gained is at the crank? Any dyno charts to prove this might be helpful

Edit: saw one on the blog

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Also, you can swap this between running it as a SRI and a Cold Air, just pull the pipe and silicone coupler and hook that filter to the MAF.
Any way for those of us who have the SRI already to purchase the pipe and the coupler only instead of the full thing?


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According to CS on a few comments I read on their FB page post that you can not buy the parts separate and work on our current SRI's because the entire system is different except the air filter.


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will there be a big difference between the SRI and the CAI?

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will there be a big difference between the SRI and the CAI?
No huge difference between the SRI and CAI besides the fact that one is cold and the other is hot. One is long and the other is short. They have a dyno chart for the 2.5 that there's a 1hp difference if that's enough for you
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