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Anyone have both of these? the COBB SRI and the Turbo inlet pipe combo?

I have read about the inlet pipe moving around cause of no flange to mount it with but the SRI does have a mounting point. Does the combo fix the moving issue? any one have input or thoughts on this subject?

(i originally posted this in the wrong forum.. reposting it here)
 

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i have the cobb sri and the cp-e inlet...i know it isn't the same as the question above...but here are my impressions

cobb sri, i do not have the bracket mounted...i fear that it will break one day so I held off on the bracket.....

the cp-e inlet has a mounting tab so it secures it in place

with the cobb sri (no bracket) and cp-e inlet (mounted with tab) my cobb silicone hose bends down a little...but nothing to really worry about

i suspect people who have cobb sri and cobb inlet...well the cobb sri bracket should hold the sri and inlet in place...but if you run no bracket on the sri like I am, then you will def have a sinking intake..haha
 

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I have both the cobb intake and turbo inlet with no fitment problems. Everything seems to be holding in place just fine. i would just make sure that the air straightener for the SRI is securely fastened.
 

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[quote author=Midwestracer link=topic=140375.msg3026022#msg3026022 date=1238386579]
I have both the cobb intake and turbo inlet with no fitment problems. Everything seems to be holding in place just fine. i would just make sure that the air straightener for the SRI is securely fastened.
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so you have it mounted to teh battery bracket?
 
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