Perrin Cold Air Intake – 2002-2007 Subaru WRX & STi



Installation Instructions & Videos

Installation Instructions

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Increase horsepower and style under your hood. The PERRIN Cold Air Intake System uses proper MAF alignment and plumbing size, which are crucial to maintain proper air-fuel ratios and prevent check engine lights that plague competitors.

Precision Construction

Our intakes are constructed from aluminum tubing which is precision CNC mandrel bent for consistent and perfect fitting parts. Our MAF sensor bung is CNC machined for perfect fit and alignment of MAF sensor to intake. This is crucial for proper air-fuel ratios and ECU engine management.


With a PERRIN intake system, your car will make a throaty, deep tone on throttle that is undeniably modified. You will be able to hear your turbo spooling and hear your blow-off valve every time it opens. Even the stock one.


This PERRIN product features a durable powder coat finish. PERRIN powder coating is available in either red or black and are accented with a wrinkled texture finish.

Filter Tech

PERRIN Performance intake filter elements use open cell foam to capture dust and dirt. Washable and reusable, PERRIN foam filter elements can last the life of your vehicle. Foam filter elements offer superior performance with minimal airflow restriction and amazing dust holding capacity.

Additional information

Weight3 kg
Dimensions50 × 35 × 17 cm

Black, Red


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Models suitable for this product

SubaruImpreza2002 - 2007WRX
SubaruImpreza2004 - 2007WRX STi
SubaruWRX2002 - 2007
SubaruWRX STi2004 - 2007

Got something to discuss?

Alejandro Flores
7 years 2 months ago

Is it ok if I install this in a stock 2005 subaru impreza wrx ??

7 years 1 month ago

You can although we recommend having something to monitor the data from the ECU so you know if the vehicle is running rich/lean etc.