Remove the overworked factory intercooler from your 2015+ WRX in favor of the Black COBB Front Mount Intercooler Kit. Featuring a massive 24" x 11" x 4" Bar and Plate core and 2.5" piping, this kit is capable of supporting in excess of 800 whp. The intercooler core is finished in a black heat-dissipating coating. Piping is mandrel bent aluminum and finished in wrinkle black powder coat to keep the engine bay looking tidy. This FMIC is designed to work with the COBB Big SF Intake and Airbox combination. Compatibility with other intake kits cannot be confirmed. A feature unique to this intercooler kit is the integrated mounting provision for a factory tow hook or license plate relocation bracket. No cutting to the bumper cover is required when installing this FMIC Kit. Factory gussets remain in place.
Includes COBB Coolant Overflow tank and Washer Fluid filler neck.
Minor trimming of vehicle under-tray is required for installation.
Looking for an effective solution to eliminate inconsistent power delivery from your 2015+ WRX? Look no further than the all new Black COBB Tuning Front Mount Intercooler. The factory top mount intercooler can easily be over worked and overheated due to its size and location. Thus, the intake air temperatures rise causing a loss in power. Replace your factory intercooler with the COBB Tuning Front Mount Intercooler to ensure that your engine is receiving the coolest possible air, giving you more power!
- 24" x 11" x 4" Bar and Plate Core (Silver)
- 2.5" Black Powdercoated Aluminum Tubing
- Compatible with COBB XLE Bypass Valve
- Compatible with COBB SF Intake & Airbox
Looks great and works even better! Amazing quality from Cobb as always. A little tip to anyone installing this FMIC kit or any intercooler for that matter. Visually inspect and feel EVERY coupler, silicone reducer and clamp. Make sure it is tighten down PROPERLY. My mistake was the cold side pipe silicone reducer to the throttle body was not tighten down properly. Which lead to boost leak. (Easy fix though but will make you frustrated if you don't know where the leak is happening) Recommended to have a professional look over your work and run pressurized smoke test for boost leaks. (If you do not have equipment to do so yourself) GOODLUCK!