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  1. Bryan
    May 28, 2020

    Awesome news. Downpipe fitment for all platforms, or just the 6? Will it require a tune, and if so, are you aware of a platform or way to do that?

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  2. Jeremiah
    May 28, 2020

    Do you have a rough ETA in when the heat shield/turbo inlet pipe will be available?

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    • Derrick Ambrose
      May 30, 2020

      Mid June on the shield. TIP is a ways out still.

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  3. JMJR
    May 28, 2020

    Interesting that there is a large reducer coupling from the turbo inlet pipe to the turbo…

    Interesting that the downpipe is modular and the flanged elbow is mounted to the rest of the downpipe by a v-band connector…

    Seems to me like Corksport is leaving room for a BIG TURBO!

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    • Derrick Ambrose
      May 30, 2020

      We have to keep the options open 🙂

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  4. Paul
    June 2, 2020

    Bloopy is my horse!

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  5. Michael Hornsby
    June 6, 2020

    ETA for the low low Springs

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    • Sky
      June 9, 2020

      Finalizing testing and then moving to production will take approximately 3-4 months

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  6. Ross
    June 16, 2020

    Finally, a turbo intake pipe! I’ve wanted the short ram intake for our ’18 CX-9, but it seemed kinda silly to get good airflow into that truly tiny plastic pipe past the battery. The heat shield is also a really nice option. Looking forward to the intake plus TIP as a kit for under ~$300 (hopefully).

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  7. Jess
    June 20, 2020

    I need Better cornering!
    Breather mods are nice but if factory tune goes up to 17psi and drops it all off before reaching 3k rpm, I’d say the biggest restriction is the factory tune.

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  8. Norman Mercier
    July 2, 2020

    Excited for all the parts but we need some type of piggy back system to tune engine.

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