COBB MAZDASPEED3 Airbox Kits and SF Intake + Airbox Combos

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COBB is proud to announce the immediate availability of the COBB MAZDASPEED3 Gen1 and Gen2 SF Airbox and SF Intake + Airbox combos. The SF Intake and Airbox utilize several unique features in an effort to maintain optimal airflow and cooler charge air temperatures. The CFD-designed velocity stack and air flow straightener grid ensure smooth air flow across the Mass Air Flow sensor for precise readings. The composite intake body saves weight, reduces heat transfer, and resists deformation under fluctuating temperatures.

The brand new SF Airbox takes full advantage of the factory cold air feeds while protecting the filter element from under hood engine heat. Utilizing thermoformed ABS plastic to resist engine heat, the SF Airbox fits perfectly into the engine bay. The lid seals tightly with high-density foam for a tight fit with no added vibrations and also features the embossed COBB logo. In testing, intake temperatures have been within 3 degrees of ambient while cruising and delays heat soak up to 18%.

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MAZDASPEED3 SF Intake and Airbox Kits are available for both Gen1 and Gen2 vehicles. The SF Airbox is also available separately as an upgrade to your existing SF Intake or to help stage out your upgrade process.

Get the COBB SF Intake and Airbox for your MAZDASPEED3 to add premium style to your engine bay and optimum air flow for unrivaled turbo performance.

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COBB MAZDASPEED Gen1 SF Intake and Airbox Kit

Part Number: 771300

MSRP: $389.00

COBB MAZDASPEED Gen2 SF Intake and Airbox Kit

Part Number: 772300

MSRP: $479.00

COBB MAZDASPEED Gen1 SF Airbox

Part Number: 771150

MSRP: $199.00

COBB MAZDASPEED Gen2 SF Airbox

Part Number: 772150

MSRP: $289.00


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Tim G on October 19, 2012 says:

Hey guys, thatnks for the Cobb box, and letting me do the testing and showing off the finished product.. Glad to help and advertise, and thanks for the great pics! -Tim

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vaggelis on October 20, 2012 says:

i have buy the cobb intake without the the plastic which protect the filter from the engine heat.i have mazdaspeed 3 1st generations.it is possible to order only the box without all the ointake system and if yes how does it cost.thank you for your time

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Kyle on December 5, 2012 says:

Does it work with the front mount inter cooler?

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    Ian on December 12, 2012 says:

    The airbox will fit with our FMIC.

    Ian@COBB

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mel cabrillas on November 23, 2013 says:

I have a 2012 mazda 3 s touring hatchback. Do you have a short ram intake & airbox combo kit for a 2.5 litre engine?

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    Marshall
    Marshall on December 18, 2013 says:

    We currently only offer parts for the turbocharged Mazdaspeed vehicles. I recommend looking to as Corksport as I believe they do offer intake systems for your car.

    Marshall@COBB

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Nathan on April 25, 2014 says:

Hi,
Do you supply or work out of Australia?

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    Marshall
    Marshall on May 6, 2014 says:

    Nathan,

    We do have Dealers and Protuners in Australia. You can use the Dealer Locator on our website to find one!

    Marshall@COBB

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Brett Hallen on May 20, 2016 says:

Is the Gen 1 combo kit still available? The links are dead and a search only throws up this blog entry. Thanks!

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    Marshall
    Marshall on May 23, 2016 says:

    Hey Brett,

    Unfortunately, the Gen1 Airbox has been discontinued. We do still offer the SF Intake, though.

    Marshall@COBB

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Dillon Rice on August 19, 2016 says:

I understand that the Gen1 Airbox has been discontinued. Is there any way to source one or still get one?

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    Marshall
    Marshall on August 22, 2016 says:

    Hey Dillon,

    We do not have any way to source a Gen1 Mazdaspeed Airbox at this time. I will say that our Hard Parts team is currently re-working our Mazdaspeed3 Airbox in hopes of utilizing the same box for both Gen1 and Gen2 cars. No ETA for the new design quite yet, but hopefully around the end of this year.

    Marshall@COBB

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