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Old 05-25-2011, 04:28 PM   #5
Bailey
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Join Date: Nov 2001
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Location: Portland Oregon
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2004 STi
35R is enough

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Originally Posted by JRach View Post
So how is AccessFLASH different from open source?
The tuning concepts are really similar. However, the final tune flashed onto the car is compatible with the Cobb AccessPORT. So, if at a later date the customer wants up upgrade to the AP to get things like, data logging, flat foot shifting, launch control, the ability to change mapping, they can do so. The Cobb Store will simply load the maps onto their AccessPORT and install it on their car.

With AccessFLASH tuning you get the customer support that Cobb Stores offer along with the very well researched and documented ECU discovery that supports all Cobb Tuning ECU tuning tools.

This product is a direct response to our retail shop customers. Some of these customers are willing to settle for a much less feature rich tuning solution so that their performance needs fit into a more constrained budget. They get the same quality custom tune offered at any Cobb Store but they can do so at a price that better fits their budget.

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