Put your intake air temperatures in check with the CorkSport Cold Air Box designed for the 2014+ Mazda 3 and 2014+ Mazda 6 CorkSport Short Ram Intake. The Cold Air Box sources cool air from the OEM location without the restriction of the OEM air box. #ZoomZoom!
Check out the installation instructions below. Share your performance review with the CorkSport community once installed!
The CorkSport Advantage
Cold air is denser air, and denser air makes more power. Upgrade your current CorkSport Short Ram Intake or pair the two together for OEM intake air temperatures without the OEM restriction.
Manufacturer from ABS, the Cold Air Box is durable and heat resistant while nicely blending into the engine bay.
Utilizing the OEM rubber isolators provides an easy installation and flexible mounting to allow for engine movement.
Compatible with: 2014+ Mazda 3 and Mazda 6
2.0L & 2.5L: Designed for the CorkSport Short Ram Intake and fits the Mazda 3 & 6 2.0L/2.5L.
Designed & Developed in America: CorkSport Mazda Performance is resides in Vancouver, Washington and is located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
CorkSport Service & Support: 2 year limited warranty, full color installation instructions, all necessary components, and knowledgeable telephone support at (360) 260-2675.
How To Install Your CorkSport Cold Air Box
It will take you one hour to install the CorkSport Cold Air Box with our easy-to-use instructions.
1 Hour Install Time
Super nice and quality made box to look factory!
Brandon04/18/2018, 08:30 PM
I am disappointed.
The plastic does not match other products under the hood. Im from Europe,and here the police is very strict about aftermarket parts that dont have TÜF certificate. So it would be better if the plastics matched with original mazda plastics. Also CS logo on the lid, i would rather have a removable sticker.If you are not from Europe you dont have to worry about that.
Another disappointing thing is the lid. It doesnt have a seal.I had to buy sillicone to seal it. Why screws for the lid? It would be easyer if it just snaps in place,like oem box.Would look better too.
At low rpm and full throttle, box vibrates very loudly. Not a nice soud. Fixed it by sealing the lid and reinforcing the inside of the box.
The biggest problem is watter. When is raining, alot of water is pulled in, rain and muddy water. Still figuring out how to fix this.
I hope this comment will serve to improve products in the future.
MP04/15/2017, 02:39 PM
I got a cold air box to go with my short ram intake to try to get fresh cold air to my engine and protect the filter from the sand/salt/freezing rain/snow that my car gets bombarded with over Canadian winters.
I'm really happy with the air box! The fit and finish is great, the box feels well made and robust, and it offers great protection for the filter.
A few things I would recommend is that it would be nice is Corksport included stainless steel fasteners for the air box, and if there was some sort of weather stripping to seal the lid. I bought my own stainless steel bolts to combat corrosion, and have been looking for a rubber edge seal to put around the top of the air box. Lastly, it would be nice of there was some way to ensure the silicone intake didn't rub against the air box to prevent chaffing.
JMJR02/25/2017, 07:44 AM
Great product nearly matches stock plastics, looks good under the hood. The biggest downfall is the rattling and added vibrations. Since this will not be something you open up and check daily I would recommend that you use red locktite on the lid screws in order to keep the lid tightly sealed maybe even silicone the lid shut it will dampen the vibrations significantly I did this after a few days do to vibrations car feels almost stock. Before I used lock tight the vibrations got worse and effected the drive greatly and I nearly lost a screw do to harsh vibrations ( this is why I recommend red locktite) Still needs to be tuned though the intake does add a little more pull up top but definitely needs a tune to maximize efficiency. Last but not least it does make the cars induction note much more pronounced so if you're not a fan of that I'd suggest going with a dry panel filter and calling it a day. The OEM intake has a strange design that runs a very long length in order to quiet induction sound. I enjoy the sound but it may not be for others.
Quintin Drayton10/21/2016, 01:10 AM
My tuner recommended another brand of SRI, but the part throttle pumping noise was just too much for my older ears. CorkSport's FAQ said their Cold Air Box would accommodate my SRI, order was placed immediately. Install was a breeze, noise is now reduced to a less obtrusive level of NVH.
Fit and finish are good, looks really good there in the engine bay. Money well spent, I didn't have to cobble something together and hope it was effective.
Mason Leach08/03/2016, 09:20 PM
I have had the Cool Air Box installed for just over a week. I am very happy with how they incorporated the Mazda designed airflow source. I can feel that there is less bog down and heat swap when driving.
The engineering is good. My only complaint is that there is significant amount of vibration at times. Definitely a plus though performance wise.