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3.5 inch Mazdaspeed 3 Power Series Intake System

Price: $339.99
Price in points: What are Points?340 points
Increase the air flow of your system and hence the power of your Mazdaspeed3 when you upgrade to CorkSportƒ??s Power Series 3.5ƒ? intake system.
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The Mazdaspeed 3 Power Series 3.5" Intake System is exactly what you have been searching for. Get ahead of other Mazdaspeeds on the road with an exceptional increase in horsepower and acceleration by way of more air flow. Additional benefits include:

  • Immediate power gains
  • Long-lasting air filter vs. OEM filters
  • Boost in your engine's sound performance

Are you ready to take your baby to the next level?

The CorkSport Advantage

A Mazdaspeed3 Power Series 3.5-inch intake system in black.

True 3.5" MAF:

The Power Series 3.5" system is a true 3.5" inner diameter for maximum flow to get the most out of you performance mods.

A close up of the 3.5-inch intake filter by CorkSport for Mazdaspeed 3.

Performance filter:

A high performance dry-flow filter with 4" opening to let your engine breathe without worry.

A polished turbo inlet pipe is a part of CorkSport's 2010-2013 Mazdaspeed3 Power Series 3.5-inch intake system.


The turbo inlet pipe is constructed of CNC mandrel bent aluminum pipe polished to a mirror finish.

Additional Features

  • Fitment:2007-2013 Mazdaspeed 3, 2006-2007 Mazdaspeed 6.
  • Material: The mass air-flow sensor (MAF) is manufactured from 6061-T6 billet aluminum. It is anodized for durability and great looks.
  • OEM mounts and ports: Mounts to the OEM TIP location. Includes the OEM ports for the PCV, Boost Vent and BPV.
  • Requirement: An aftermarket battery box is required due to space constraints.
  • Made in the USA: Manufactured and assembled right here in Vancouver, Washington.
  • CorkSport service and support: Includes a 2-year limited warranty, full color installation instructions, all necessary components, and knowledgeable telephone support at 360-260-2675.

 ** 2007-09 Mazdaspeed 3 and Mazdaspeed 6 must make ECU or battery modifications for fitment.
 ** Does not fit with CorkSport cold air box.
 ** This system is not CARB approved.

How To Install A CorkSport Power Series 3.5ƒ? Intake System

You will need between 60 and 90 minutes to install the 3.5" intake system for 2010-2013 Mazdaspeed3. Follow our detailed installation instructions, designed just for you.

 ** MAF recalibration with COBB Tuning Accessport is required for product installation.**

 ** MAF Calibration Instructions
 ** MAF Calibration Table

how to install a mazdaspeed 3 4 inch intake

This. Is. OHMYGOD!
It's FINALLY breathing now! There's no scale to compare, buy it - I haven't had any issues on a GEN 1. I've only removed the brackets, and moved the ECU in the front. The battery no longer has a front cover, BUT, I'll get their battery box, so it won't be a problem.

Definitely recommend this - pair it with their EBCS, and the HPFP + rebuild kit, and you'll be on the good road!
You will definitely see power gains when using this intake on a stock turbo. It definitely improved sound as well. Install was a little tricky, the fitment is tight. Not a lot of room where the turbo inlet is located, the cooling lines near the firewall on a gen 1 speed 3 kind of interfered with the turbo inlet pipe. With some persuasion it can fit. The factory 10mm stud that attaches the turbo inlet pipe to the bracket provided some issues. I had to loosen the bracket completely to install it to the turbo inlet pipe, then reattached the bracket to the engine.

I went with this intake since I do have plans on switching turbos to the CST5. And this intake will support that.
Had to purchase this intake after another company’s 4 inch required a battery relocate even with a 51R tray. This intake fits with plenty of room to spare and looks great! Wasn’t able to get the color I wanted due to material shortages and me not being able to wait but the true 3.5 inch ID MAF housing and 4 inch OD made up for that. The filter from the 4 inch intake fit just as well as the one supplied by Corksport for the 3.5 inch!
Ok, I will start with this, as it is the most important point..

Even with a K04 you WILL see gains from this intake over just a 3" or smaller. Check out my datalogs and Vdynos on MSF with JUST this SRI/TIP and a Corksport TMIC. I am hitting 250-260 WHP at 5600 to peaking @ 6k rpm consistently, and about 250-260 WTQ in the late 3k rpm range, it has literally balanced out my HP/TQ numbers beautifully, and brought the peak power smoothly up the RPM. This is all with a OTS Cobb Stage 1 +IC 91 flash tune (with a 3.5 MAF calibration of course) untouched by a real tuner. It's clear that even a stock turbo will benefit from this sized intake, and then you are always ready if you ever happen to go to a bigger turbo.

I still have the 80mm CS catless TBE exhaust to install, and I should see even more gains and a bump in TQ/HP ratio.

Another big reason I went with all CS power/flow adding parts is because they were R&Ded together, which usually means a slight benefit from running all the same intake/IC/exhaust parts.

I thought I'd share, check out my build thread on MSF for a walkthru install soon. Feel free to ask me any questions about the product or install.

Definitely spend the $ for a ECU relocation BBox from CS (or at least plan on relocating your ECU somehow) when you go for this SRI. Install them both at the same time to speed up the process.

You might want a heater hose extension kit to make this fit easily down by the turbo/TIP coupler. I was able to get mine to fit with some silicone spray. You can buy your own HH ext kit for like 6-10 bucks at any parts store.

I love it. I think a pro tuner could easily tune another 10hp and about the same in TQ. At the wheels, compared to most stock MS3 Vdynos I made about 45 WHP and a little less WTQ, but each upgrade route is a little different, my TQ will come back with the catless TBE.

And it sounds FANTASTIC.
Great intake for a big turbo! no ecu or battery box relocation. very very tight fit thought.
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What is the difference between (Axl-6-118-13110) Stage II Short Ram and (AXL-6-289-83110) Power Series 3.5" Intake. I own a Mazdaspeed6 and was looking into getting one of these but was not sure on the differences between them and which one would be a better choice for my speed6

Asked by Miguel | 08/28/2023, 02:00 PM | 1 answer(s)

Dose this come with the coupling to fit stock turbo ?

Asked by cj | 03/24/2023, 02:51 PM | 1 answer(s)

can this fit 2006 mps atenza

Asked by Vireak | 10/05/2021, 03:41 AM | 1 answer(s)

Will the 3.5 inch intake fit directly on a CST5 turbo or will I need to get an inlet for the turbo and then the intake?

Asked by Joe Espino | 08/11/2020, 07:57 PM | 1 answer(s)

What is a tune required? You normally don't need one, stage 2 doesn't require one

Asked by Colin Petkau | 04/07/2020, 03:57 PM | 1 answer(s)

Would this work with a stock 2010 speed3

Asked by Colin Petkau | 04/07/2020, 02:31 PM | 1 answer(s)

Will this fit an 07 Speed3 with the current battery box kit?

Asked by John W | 06/21/2019, 09:06 PM | 1 answer(s)

Would this intake be able to fit a 3076r?

Asked by Zar | 10/20/2018, 03:53 PM | 1 answer(s)

Will a Cobb filter fit this intake? Cobb filter inside diameter where filter connects is 4.5?

Asked by Junior  | 06/06/2018, 09:59 AM | 1 answer(s)

I’m currently running the stage ll intake. If I were to get this intake and do the maf calibration. Would I need to get it tuned or would I be able to drive the car around with the intake installed. I’m also customed tuned right now.

Asked by Zar Tarango | 10/11/2018, 09:53 AM | 1 answer(s)

Do you have any plans for another big diameter intake that will fit with you FMIC?

Asked by FRANK FOWLER | 07/12/2016, 08:54 AM | 1 answer(s)

I see that it does not fit with the CS Battery Box, which version of the battery box is this talking about as I know there have been multiple. I am currently using the one with the solid base and removable top, Gen 1 I believe.

Asked by Justin Burgess | 11/15/2016, 11:45 AM | 0 answer(s)

Can the Stage III CAI kit be used with this intake?

Asked by Sean McLeod | 08/24/2016, 11:30 AM | 1 answer(s)

I have an MS6 does the 3.5" intake fit on my car?

Asked by Josh | 03/06/2016, 09:18 AM | 1 answer(s)

Is the turbo inlet pipe the same one you sell with the stage II SRI? If so, for us that have the SRIs already, is it possible to purchase the 3.5 MAF, filter, and tubing separately?

Asked by Randy | 03/29/2015, 06:10 PM | 1 answer(s)

is this a good first mod if you have done nothing to your vehicle and it is all stock a Mazdaspeed 3 2010

Asked by skye dansie | 03/10/2015, 05:28 PM | 1 answer(s)

Will I see any benefit with this intake over the old SRI Stage II with a stock turbo or is this really just needed when upgrading to a larger turbo?

Asked by SparkleButtzUnicornPower | 03/10/2015, 06:19 AM | 1 answer(s)

Does the intake need any additional couplers to hook up to the gtx3071r?

Asked by Larrison Gervacio | 03/02/2015, 08:00 AM | 1 answer(s)

Does this fit the Corksport FMIC?

Asked by Roger Carmona | 01/02/2015, 06:16 PM | 1 answer(s)

does this new 3.5" intake require relocation of the ecu and or battery?

Asked by Isaac | 11/17/2014, 09:53 AM | 1 answer(s)

The link for the MAF calibration for the 3.5 inch intake is

Asked by CorkSport | 11/06/2014, 02:59 PM | 0 answer(s)
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 ** MAF recalibration with COBB Tuning Accessport is required for product installation.**
 ** MAF Calibration Instructions
 ** MAF Calibration Table