Should I tune my WRX if I get a cold air intake?

Should I tune my WRX if I get a cold air intake?

For a quick answer – no, you don’t need to tune your car after installing a cold air intake.

How much horsepower does a cold air intake Add to WRX?

By channeling outside air directly into the compressor, this 50-state legal cold air intake system creates a pre-cooled air charge that allows the EJ255 2.5L and EJ257 2.5L to make more horsepower and torque at lower RPMs. In fact, dyno testing on a 2008 Subaru WRX STi revealed an estimated increase of 36-hp.

Is short ram intake better than stock?

Both cold air intakes and short ram intakes aim to bring more air into the engine. This results in better combustion and more power and torque. Some manufacturers claim that their intakes can add as much as 20 horsepower. Both cold air and short ram intakes provide a smoother path for air to follow to the engine.

Does a short ram intake ruin your engine?

Will A Short Ram Intake Make My Car Overheat? There is no danger of overheating your car because short ram intake will not cause your cooling system to cool the engine. Short ram only rams hot air into the engine when you drive the car like it was dynoed to get the 12 ponies.

Do you need a tune for short ram intake?

You don’t need a tune with a short ram.

Does a short ram intake need a tune?

How can I make my Subaru WRX faster?

With simple bolt-on parts (bolt-on meaning you don’t have to take apart the actual block or heads), we can increase the horsepower of the WRX (either standard or STI) to over 400. This will make the car faster than nearly anything on the road. Of course, remember that the car is a complete system.

Can a short ram intake damage your engine?

In the event that small pieces of the filter tear off and enter the engine or if the filter is improperly installed, cold air intakes can potentially damage your engine. Make sure you install them correctly and perform regular maintenance to ensure that your system lasts as long as possible.

Do I need a tune for a short ram intake?

Should I get a short ram intake?

A cold air typically makes more power, but costs more and is harder to install. A short ram is less expensive, easier to install, and sometimes creates less power. Some people prefer the looks of the short ram intake. Some people also like that the short ram intake is typically louder when you’re heavy on the throttle.