Liberty / Legacy GT cold air intake

Inside cabin video of the car turbo spooling and the OEM blow off. All car has so far is some cheap mufflers and a pod filter.

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Cobb SF Intake Installation and Review Subaru Legacy GT
Here I'm installing a Cobb SF Intake with the airbox add-on to my 2005 Subaru Legacy GT Limited Wagon. This is a step by step run through of what to expect during installation and then a quick first impression review of the SF intake. I went from a stock system to a K&N panel filter and then a K&N typhoon. I decided to sell the typhoon because people say it's bad for the car. I never personally saw any effects or lean A/F ratios but I decided to be safe. After that I went back to the K&N panel filter before installing the Cobb. I found no power difference from stock to K&N panel. I found a moderate power Boost from K&N panel to typhoon. I found a power drop going back to the K&N panel. So far I can't say I've really found much of a power gain going from K&N panel to Cobb SF****** (see below). There is maybe? a small power Boost and maybe earlier turbo spool but not really significant. I might just need to spend some more time with it but so far I'm not convinced. It will be staying on my car but I don't know that I would buy it again* ******After running this intake for about 3 weeks now I think the ECU has done it's magic it seems to me my turbo is spooling much faster and I'm enjoying the sound. I do feel more throttle response and I'm quite enjoying the intake. I change my verdict to "recommend" :)

400hp Legacy GT Spec B // Gears and Gasoline
Everyone has a dream car; an end-goal for their project. And we often get to drive some of those builds, as their owners work painstakingly to bring them to fruition. But very rarely do we have the chance to see a build which has been... completed. Totally realized in the mind of the owner. Chuck has spent years dialing his Subaru Legacy Spec B in to the specific requirements he had for it when he began building it. And the result is a polished, well-rounded car which feels unique in every regard. Cadence Kid- Hold on Me Liquid Memoirs- Enigma Nomyn- Daydreamer