GR RooDucts for 2008 to 2014 Subaru Impreza, 2005 and up Legacy

Shown: 4″ “RACE” Inlet

ABS plastic RooDucts for 2008 to 2014 “GR” chassis Subaru $225/pair

3″ Oval Inlet goes under air cleaner and washer bottle or 4″ Round Intake for pure performance cars – straight shot to fog light openings.

Mounts to swaybar bracket on bottom.        

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3″ Oval Inlet fits under washer bottle.








33 thoughts on “GR RooDucts for 2008 to 2014 Subaru Impreza, 2005 and up Legacy

  1. I have a 2012 Subaru WRX. How much do the RooDucts cost as a pair? Do they have to connect to old fog light mounts? Could you send some more pictures of it installed and connected to the fog light area?

    Thank you

  2. what does the kit include (just abs plastic duct or silicone tubing and spindle mount)? How much duct is needed if it is not included to go to the front wheels/brakes?

  3. Hi Randy,

    Do you have any distributors in Australia ?

    I have a 2008 STI Hatch (GR) and interested in a set that can get a feed from my fog lamp holes ?



  4. I would like to purchase a kit for my 2014 WRX to replace the fog lights. Will the 2008+ with a 4in inlet work?

    • Hi Jon, The ducts go behind the facia and redirect the air around the tire and into the wheel. They won’t replace your fog lights, but the fogs are the most popular place to feed the air to the ducts. A couple Harbor Freight funnels can be cut down and attached to make the beginning of the air tract followed by simple dryer ducts to the RooDucts. If you use the 4″ ducts, the washer bottle needs to be removed so the air goes straight to the duct. The 3″ ducts are designed to work with the washer bottle in place.

      • Perfect I just want to remove my fog lights and attach a hose to the rooduct to get air flowing to my brakes. Sounds like a perfect application. How do I order them? I would like the 4″ kit. Just to confirm this will fit my 2014 WRX?

  5. Hi,
    I’m interested in one pair air ducts for my european Subaru Sti sedan 2012.
    Do you have a special air duct for this model?
    How much it costs?
    Thanks in advance,
    Girona, Catalonia, Spain.

  6. Hey mate, great looking products. Looking to grap a pair of GR rooducts and fog light adapters for my 2013 sti. Thanks in advance.

  7. I’m interested in buying a set of 3″ ducts for a 2011 WRX. I plan to run a hose to attach the ducts to the stock fog light surrounds, so I’d also be interested in purchasing adapters for the fog light surrounds, if you make those.

  8. Hello,

    I am interested in 3” ducts for my 2011 wrx so I don’t have to remove the water holder. What about the rotor dust covers, do you recommend leaving them, cutting them or going through the whole job and completely removing them?

  9. Hellow! Im from Russia, and my friend will going to USA in september-october. Were he can find you to buy rooduct for 2008 Sti and what prise is it now?

    • Hi Jake,
      I have those ready to go.
      $225 for the ducts, I’ll put some fog adapter rings that fit the small fogs too.
      Not sure what facia your car has.

      I need your address for shipping.
      US shipping is free.

  10. Do you have any solutions for a Subaru BRZ? I’m going to be running a hose directly into a pipe welded to the dust shield on the rotor, and I need a flat duct on the chassis for wheel clearance.

    • Air will help a lot!
      The fans will need to be on when on the track or they’ll melt.
      There’s a low setting for use in the paddock for after cooling.
      The stock caliper is ideal because all the fluid is right by the fan.
      On 4 or 6 piston setups, the outside gains heat in the pits and takes a half lap to stabilize.

      I thought about what you wanted and remembered that I had worked this up.
      Is a narrow, curved duct what you’re looking for?
      I have no idea if it’d work on any car in particular, totally generic.

  11. Hi, I’m interested in the lower control arm duct. How should I go about getting it?

    I’m from Singapore.

  12. Hi, I’m looking for air ducts for my 2006 MY07 Liberty GT-Spec B (Legacy in US). Basically to keep the rotors, calipers and pads cool (on track days). Can you please confirm these will fit. Do the fog lights need to be removed to serve as the entry point for the air flow to the ducts? Does there need to be piping from the plastic duct to the rotor? Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks.

  13. Randy, my air duct I bought melted on the passenger side from track day use. I was wonder if you can sell me just a single one? Since I don’t need the pair

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