Get +25 lb. torque and +33 HP with our Mazdaspeed 3 Short Ram Intake. The CorkSport Stage II Short Ram Intake is the #1 upgrade for your car. Constantly touted as the best bang for your buck mod around, you can't go wrong with our Stage II SRI.
The CorkSport Advantage
CARB Approved: Meets California Air Resources Board (CARB) Emissions Standards. Carb Approval
Dyno Proven: Gain up to +25 lb. torque and +33 HP over stock with the Mazdaspeed 3 Short Ram Intake. (Dyno Run Mods = SRI + RP )
Precision Machines: Includes MAF housing precision machined from billet aluminum along with air straightener.
The CorkSport Advantage
Options: 108 Color Combinations: you can customize the look of your SRI.
Value: Turbo Inlet Pipe included to save you money and give extra performance.
Quality Engineered: Engineered to exact tolerances and manufactured using the latest in computer-aided techniques.
Reusable Filter: Durable, washable and re-usable Dry Flow Air Filter that does not require oiling.
Engineered in the USA: Designed and Engineered in Vancouver, Washington.
Bolt On: No tune required for installation, and can be installed on a stock or heavily modified car.
CorkSport service and support: Includes a 2-year limited warranty, full color installation instructions, and all necessary gaskets and hardware. We provide knowledgeable telephone support at 360-260-2675.
How To Install:
Install time 3/5 Difficulty 2 year warranty No CEL
It will take roughly 1-3 hours for most people to install the intake. Our full color instructions make it simple to follow with step-by-step instructions.
Very happy with this product, install was simple, looks great, sounds great and picked up the car when coupled with the TBE. Highly recommend!
Isaac Delamater04/04/2018, 10:11 PM
Received my item, the install was a breeze. Nice snug fit. Happy with the performance after retune. Quality product!!! will recommend. 1st purchase from corksport all the way from South Africa. Absolutely worth it!
André Jacobs03/22/2018, 02:14 AM
I give it only three stars because the air filter is garbage. I am very disappointed in the quality of the filter, it looks like the cheapest Chinese made piece of crap. Not to mention I received mine defective. Both the inside and outside diameter black plastic edges weren’t even trimmed. They’re sharp pieces all around the filter. I don’t know it’s kind a hard to explain but it looks like they didn’t even finish the product. I am very disappointed that Corksport would even make a cheap filter like this. I have a K&n intake that is 10 times better quality and with a velocity stack. I wish I could post some pictures. On a positive note I do like the quality of the rest like the tip, maf housing, silicone couplers and clamps. I just feel they cheaped out on the filter which I would not put on my car. If you already have an extra filter I would skip it and just buy the TIP
Mike K02/05/2018, 09:06 PM
Living in California this is probably one of the best legal intakes you can get. I am only giving it 4 stars for a few reasons. The turbo lnlet pipe did not fit as well as I hoped. I had to do a bit of maneuvering to get it on and still banging on a section of the motor as it curves around which doesn't allow me to tighten it fully to the motor (sorry for bad description). Other then that, the install wasn't to bad. The directions were clear and you had to use a couple small tricks to get out the stock intake. The intake sounds great and feels great. There is a audible pshhh of the BPV during shifting. The only sad part now is Cobb doesn't support other companies intake systems anymore. You have to edit the maps yourself via the Accessport Tuner Software which now requires you to pay a tuition in order to receive the software (used to be 100% free) if you want to run stage 1+ maps. Or pay for a custom e-tune to get the most out of your car. Can't run stage 2 maps that corksport provides because downpipe is not legal in Cali.
Roberto Roque05/11/2017, 04:10 PM
Since I have a disabling back injury, I had my amazing Mazda tech Drew install the unit for me. WOW, as many have said here, the intake sound is addictive. I have the CS carbon fiber hood scoop too, so I am not sure if that amplifies it at all, but what a beautiful sound and performance effect.
The construction, design and implementation of this unit makes me very likely to limit my mod purchases to Corksport for my 2010 MS3. Even though it has 84,000 miles on it the car feels like a new vehicle to me.
Rev David Poedel02/27/2017, 06:30 PM
Installation took a bit of time, but was well worth it! I'm
running the CS TIP + CS SRI + CS BPV + CS ABE...
sound is amazing!!, not to mention the performance
gains seen in the 3000-6000 rev range!!! Over all, I'm
VERY satisfied with my purchase and would
recommend these products
Tom11/26/2016, 08:10 AM
Installed mine a few days ago and im really impressed with the sound and performance. Cant wait to get my next cs upgrade!
Miguel Castrejon08/18/2016, 10:17 PM
Installed mine over the weekend. Love the sound and performance. Fitment is snug but everything goes in nice. If you need them, the instructions are quite clear and full of color. Side note: took Cs 5 days to "produce" mine after ordering but to their credit they overnighted the thing to me so huge kudos for that!!!
Dan Fell07/07/2016, 04:49 AM
Have had mine on my car for a while now, awesome sound and performance. Took me a while to choose which brand to go with, decided cork sport as they don't deal with anything else other than Mazda! A+
Fletcher Ross05/29/2016, 11:55 PM
Great SRI+tip. Added all my CS products in one afternoon (short shift plate, hpfp, transmission mount insert, and SRI). The turbo spool up sound now is nicely pronounced, can hear the $ being sucked in:). No cel after 2 days. I recommend taking the TMIC off, it's fairly painless and then you can do your plugs too(if needed).
I am looking at your HP and torque gains that you claim and they seem to be high. What other mods were done on the car that got +33 hp and + 25 lbs of torque? I am looking to purchase for my 2012 speed 3 but dont want to buy if all it does is make things louder
Asked by James Gross | 09/16/2016, 09:34 AM | 0 answer(s)
Without knowing more about your intake its hard for me to say what we can or can't do. If you can send me some pictures so i can take a look at it we might be able to figure it out. Email pictures to email@example.com
Just purchased this SRI! So up top in the pictures I see you guys have a dyno run which shows an increase in power over stock with this intake installed. My main question is, is that graph a speed with a stock tune, or did you guys AP it after installation of this SRI to get those numbers?
I have two questions.
1: will this work for my speed 6?
2: I just installed a turbo inlet pipe from you guys, since this comes with an inlet pipe would there be any disadvantage to just buying the stage 1 Sri? Would there be an advantage to using this tip instead?
So I have been wanting to get one of these set ups from you guys for a while now but I've been holding off because I'm hearing that these cone filters don't filter as well as the stock air filter and let more dirt into the engine. Is this true or do they filter just as well as stock??? I don't want to hurt my engine.
Quick note, K&N and AEM intakes are the same company. Pulling this FAQ from K&N's webpage on filter efficiency. K&N/AEM manufacture our filters for us.
It describes how well the filters perform compared to OEM.
Looking at getting you CORKSPORT Stage II Power Series Short Ram Intake for Mazdaspeed 3, and the rear motor mount. It will be going on a stock 2010 MS3. Will the stock ecu/map handle the change without danger of damage? Or will a retune be required? Looking at getting an AP and FP upgrade before any other mods