It’s a great product and worth the money paid
Fantastic intercooler. Build quality is awesome and you can really see it in the welds for the core. Will definitely be coming back for more power gains!!
**Currently we are out of this intercooler core. Build time is roughly 5-6 weeks.**
The key component to any good intercooler kit is the intercooler core itself. All of our intercoolers use the same record-setting core used in all the ETS race cars. It utilizes an unrivaled internal fin pack with its extremely efficient design (made exclusively for Extreme Turbo Systems). You can buy with confidence when buying the ETS intercoolers. You're getting the highest quality parts available for your car.
- Pressure tested to 35 PSI
- Hand fabricated and tig welded end tank
- Record-setting core design
- Huge 26"x11.5" core size
- Built in the USA
- Lifetime warranty
The 08-14 Subaru WRX ETS intercooler piping kit uses 2.5" OD 304 Stainless Steel tubing. This ensures the highest level of durability with our Extreme Turbo Systems kit The piping is 1 piece mandrel bent with no welds or joints to disrupt the flow. The ends of the pipes are beaded so you won't have to worry about couplers coming off during a pull. We finish our pipes in a wrinkle black powder coat. We guarantee the best possible fitment which will save you precious time during install.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Does this fit a sedan or hatchback WRX?
It fits both.
Is the anodized color option for the core or the stencil?
Anodize option is for the color of the cooler it self.
Is this for the 09 WRX?
Yes, it fits 08-14 WRXs
I plan to use your rotated kit with a 6466 pt turbo and a process west manifold. Is the wrx model still ok? I currently have a 2009 wrx
You will want to select the STI option if you are going to run our rotated kit with a PW intake manifold.
Is this the same kits for the 08 Sti ?
No, The WRX and STI use different piping kits because they have different intake manifolds and turbos.
fmic 3 in core on 2011 sti will I have to cut my bumper?
Yes, all FMICs require trimming to the backside of the bumper cover.