Add power and improve engine responsiveness with the CorkSport Mazdaspeed Turbo Inlet Pipe. Constructed from 60mm mandrel bent aluminum with smooth sweeping curves for optimal flow, the CorkSport Mazdaspeed turbo inlet pipe provides a 14% improvement in flow over the restrictive stock turbo inlet pipe.
The CorkSport Advantage:
60mm Mandrel bent aluminum piping: A true high performance turbocharger inlet pipe that is made from aluminum piping unlike other silicone turbo inlet pipes on the market
Avoid unwanted check engine lights: Designed with a downstream recirculation valve fitting to prevent turbulence backwash around MAF sensor and avoid unnecessary check engine lights and stumbling
Customize your engine bay:Offered in polished aluminum or powder coated black with blue, red or black silicone to enhance the look of your engine bay.
14% improvement in flow: Replace the restrictive shape of the OEM inlet pipe to improve and smooth airflow resulting in improved boost levels.
Compatible: Has been re-designed to fit seamlessly with the OEM intake as well as most aftermarket intakes.
Offered With or Without Breather Hose: Optional crank case breather hose available for turbo vehicles affected by Mazda Service Bulletin #01-002/11 that received a factory fix for turbo smoking due to insufficient crank case ventilation. This only applies to 2007-2009 Mazdaspeed 3 and CX7 built before July 2008. Click Here to see the whole TSB from Mazda. Page 3 shows a diagram on what to look for to see if your vehicle has had the TSB.
CorkSport Service and Support: Receive a two year limited warranty, full color installation instructions, all of the needed installation hardware, and knowledgeable telephone support
WARNING:The TIP does not work well with the Injen CAI. Requires custom bracket work to fit properly.
Install time 2/5 Difficulty 2 year warranty No CEL
huge improvement over the OEM TIP, building more boost and it sounds nicer!
Tyler Beauto05/23/2020, 06:44 PM
My '08 average mpg went from 27.5ish to 29 after putting on the CS tip (with a CS intake; and with easy driving). So I'd say this thing is way more efficient than the convoluted stock intake pipe, if you can call it that.
A mod worth doing. Very good product.
Doriduz09/30/2018, 11:53 AM
Really durable, you hear a good hiss from the turbocharger when ever you're on boost. Very easy install and in my opinion better than a silicone turbo inlet pipe. Boost air temp is incredibly low with my cold air intake from cp-e. There is no other company that makes aluminum inlet pipes other than htp(hi-tuned performance) and corksport. The price was just right for the performance and drivers experience.
Jason Womble01/09/2017, 06:57 PM
I may have missed it somewhere, but how many inches is this?
Charles08/26/2016, 01:51 PM
I have a 2010 with a SURE SRI. Will this for?
Nick05/30/2016, 07:33 PM
Product quality is a solid 5. Well machined and everything fits perfectly. Powder-coated black looks great and still maintains a stealth approach. Install was easy. Took about 2 hours from start to finish. Taking my time and not rushing anything. Ran this TIP for 2 days with stock intake. I noticed a more linear power band as far as boost pressure, and I can now hold boost at higher RPM levels (6500 RPM). Great product.
Gabriel Martin03/06/2016, 12:03 AM
All I can say is DAMN!!! This helped my Air Flow so much!!! It is so awesome and made very well! Good Job Corksport.
Charles Ming05/22/2015, 02:43 PM
Hey Derek. If install a turbo inlet in my speed do I need to get a tune up
George05/16/2014, 02:16 AM
I am trying to get some information regarding this TIP...I have a 2013 Mazdaspeed3 and would like to upgrade from the stock inlet pipe to let my turbo really breath...However, I have heard that you need to up-grade your fuel pump before? Is there any truth to this....Or will I be safe to install corksports TIP
Thanks for any help
CorkSport:Check out the FAQ on this product listing.
Tony05/10/2014, 07:47 PM
just getting in the grove of my mazdaspeed 6. I have a long tube DC cai. would this be a problem on fitting?.and will it go with a stock ecu without trippin off censors?. since I live in a emission and inspection state I gotta be extra careful.
I have a Cobb CAI, I really want your turbo inlet pipe because of the fact it is aluminum(Better quality), Cheaper Will this fit up with their Intake. I know your parts aren't made to fit there's, Just curious..
I was considering between this and the Cobb tuning TIP as I have a Cobb accessport. The accessport only notes "approved" intakes but it really doesn't say anything about TIP/TIH , TMIC, Exhausts etc.
The Cobb tuning TIP is significantly more expensive than your product. That being said, is there a difference in air flow or do your products perform the same? Also is there any additional installation needed if I currently have the mazdaspeed CAI installed on my vehicle?
You can use the OEM rubber connection with the TIP if you want the stealth installation. We do have a silicone upgraded hose available at this link.
So I currently have the injen CAI installed and I need to upgrade my TIP. How much work am I looking at with having to mod the mounting plate for proper installation? Do you have any tips or pictures of how it can be modded?
We don't make a Silicone Turbo Inlet Pipe, the aluminum vs Silicone is an interesting discussion, read more about why we do aluminum here: http://www.corksport.com/blog/mzr-turbo-inlets-comparing-apples-to-apples/ (short answer, reliability, cost, durability)
Answered by Spencer@CorkSport | 01/02/2015, 11:46 AM