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New Cusco Air Suction Pipe Kit for Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ

A direct OEM replacement that increase air intake efficiency

Sep 13, 2013
Photographer: Cusco USA
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The Details:

  • Cusco Air Suction Pipe kit made from aluminum
  • Retains original filter box position and increases air velocity
  • Fully compatible with OEM "Sound Creator"
  • MSRP $200.00

While Cusco is better known for its suspension department, the brand has been actively developing other parts such as LSDs, clutches, oil filters, and even gauges. Honoring the Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ, Cusco has already made more than 150 parts for the sporty rear-wheel drive coupe. Today, Cusco is proud to add another piece to its lineup of FR-S/BRZ parts, the Cusco Air Suction Pipe Kit.

The kit is a direct factory replacement that swaps out the OEM rubber hosing with an aluminum pipe, but still retains the original filter box position. Using a smoother internal intake wall lining will increase air intake velocity and efficiency compared to the OEM Toyota factory ribbed design.

In order to make this unit a complete factory replacement Cusco designed the aluminum air suction pipe to be compatible with the OEM "Sound Creator" pipe. Additionally the sound creator function can be eliminated completely by installing a bung to the port, which seals off any air flow to the air intake system.

MSRP for the Air Suction Pipe Kit is $200.00.

For more on Cusco's line of Scion FR-S/Subaru parts visit:

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