Ditch the dainty OEM plastic charge pipe for the all new ETS Stainless Steel Charge Pipe for the 2022+ Subaru WRX! The OEM Charge Pipe is reduced all the way down to 1.56" at the turbo flange, some of our competitors increase this to 2.25", but ours is made from a true 2.5" diameter pipe from the outlet of the turbocharger to the 2.38" machined inlet flange of the TMIC. This provides a nearly 37% Increase over the stock diameter, while creating a smooth transition to the TMIC flange for an optimal flow rate.
By removing the corrugated factory charge pipe in lieu of our smooth mandrel bends and increased diameter replacement, you will see heightened throttle response, more efficient airflow, and increased horsepower gains all without the need to adjust the tune - seriously. Couple this with our Top Mount Intercooler for even more performance gains!
NOTE - This part is only compatible with the OEM or Direct OEM Replacement Top Mount Intercoolers
ETS '22+ Subaru WRX Top Mount Charge Pipe
Throttle response is noticeable
Really nice upgrade the overall power feel is subtle but noticable. Love this over the plastic thing Subaru had
This mod worth every dollar. Really great quality and fits perfectly. As of performance I noticed better throttle response
Cosmetically the ets charge pipe and top Intercooler compliment the engine bay perfectly
Intercooler was virtually a 10 minute install & the charge pipe was pretty easy too!
Just remember to transfer your o rings over on both the Intercooler and charge pipe
Or you will leak !
Works great on my 2023 Outback Touring XT
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Can this be shipped to CA
Unfortunately, due to the current EPA and CARB regulations on the automotive industry, we are unable to ship some items to California addresses.
Currently, we are only able to ship the following items:
Clamps & Couplers
ETS Merchandise & Swag
Do you need to run a tune after installing this charge pipe on the '22 WRX?
We always recommend a tune after installation of mods for optimal performance, but the swapping of the charge pipe should not *require* a tune to operate.