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Nice!

Gonna have to decide between this one and Cobb's.
 

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ohhhh, very nice! wonder what the price will be. i'm considering buying the medieval turbo inlet since right now it's only $99 shipped. i feel like all the companies will be pretty much the same so i'll go with the cheapest one.
 

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I believe this is made out of aluminum and then reinforced for insulation with silicon. However, the COBB turbo inlets look like they are mainly just made out of silicon.
 

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[quote author=Sacrilicious link=topic=133950.msg2878533#msg2878533 date=1232501928]
no, i'm pretty sure this is mainly silicon and the aluminum pipe sections are there to attach t-clamps.
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That's what I was thinking
 

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so many decisions...cobb or cpe

if cpe can keep the prices competitive, i will go with them!

if not cobb ftmfw...i'm pretty sure cobbs will be around $100 since the evo 10 one is $95
 

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are they high when they come up with these names of products?
 

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Hopefully we get some pricing details soon.
 

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WTF thats more expensive than their fucking sri !!! how can a turbo inlet be more expensive than a sri ???!!!
 

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[quote author=DeToX link=topic=133950.msg2880103#msg2880103 date=1232559177]
WTF thats more expensive than their fucking sri !!! how can a turbo inlet be more expensive than a sri ???!!!
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have you looked @ an SRI? other than the filter itself they are actually a lot smaller and just a hell of a lot easier parts to make than an inlet
 

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[quote author=DeToX link=topic=133950.msg2880103#msg2880103 date=1232559177]
WTF thats more expensive than their fucking sri !!! how can a turbo inlet be more expensive than a sri ???!!!
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I have absolutely no clue...but if CP-E is going to keep it at $200+ MSRP, then they will be losing the turbo inlet race....I mean they gotta be competitive in order to sell...theres lots of turbo inlets on sale now, or going to be....
 

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[quote author=steven88 link=topic=133950.msg2880115#msg2880115 date=1232559358]
[quote author=DeToX link=topic=133950.msg2880103#msg2880103 date=1232559177]
WTF thats more expensive than their fucking sri !!! how can a turbo inlet be more expensive than a sri ???!!!
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I have absolutely no clue...but if CP-E is going to keep it at $200+ MSRP, then they will be losing the turbo inlet race....I mean they gotta be competitive in order to sell...theres lots of turbo inlets on sale now, or going to be....
[/quote] unfortunately, i\'ll be one of those suckers who pays up and buys it , i think its the best looking, most optimal design and probably the best one out. unless cobb is significantly cheaper, the cp-e will be in my car.

still cant believe the price though!!!
 

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$210, looks like I won't be getting one :(
 

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the rmpc one was $200, um...its not JUST materials your are buying its the R&D to make it....jeez again you didnt buy a honda and these arent ebay parts....
 
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