Product Release!! CORKSPORT 2010+ Mazda 3 Skyactiv Air Box for CorkSport SRI

Help limit your CorkSport Short Ram Intake from sucking in hot air with the CorkSport SkyActiv Cold Air Box for the 2010+ Mazda 3 Skyactiv. By coupling your Short Ram Intake with a cold air box, you will see the benefits of the intake system without the pressure drops inherent to longer tube intakes. Using the CorkSport Cold Air Box helps block hot air from the engine, while keeping open the access to cool air from the inner fender.  Our Cold Air Box has undergone extensive testing at various ambient air conditions to verify performance in all conditions.

CorkSport SkyActiv Airbox

Made of durable and lightweight FRP construction the CorkSport Mazda 3 SkyActiv Air box is strong and lightweight, but looks great under your hood. Simple instructions make the CorkSport SkyActiv Air box easy to be installed by anyone with a CorkSport Short Ram Intake. With the SkyActiv Airbox your intake will stay cooler, which means your engine will run better. Whether you sit in a lot of traffic, live in a hot climate, or simply have noticed too much heat-soak, the SkyActiv Air box is the solution to loss of power due to high under hood temperatures.



The CorkSport 2010+ Mazda 3 Skyactiv Air Box for CorkSport SRI is available at our online catalog for only $99.99 and is ready to ship now. For more information please visit our product listing at:

3 Replies to “Product Release!! CORKSPORT 2010+ Mazda 3 Skyactiv Air Box for CorkSport SRI”

  1. Aww man, please make one for my CX-5! I’ve been wanting exactly this after installing my SRI from you guys.

  2. It would appear that the box is closed off from where the outside colder air enters the engine compartment near the intake (via the stock intake route that leads to the front bumper). If it’s closed off, how does the intake get colder ambient air? Shielding it from the engine will help but if there is no entry for fresh air, the stock system would seem more effective at keeping air intake temperatures colder. Could you please tell us how you addressed this?

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