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Old 12-06-2011, 08:11 PM   #4
Cobb Tuning
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Originally Posted by Evilsinner View Post
I just purchased a COBB AP. I cant wait to do my initial flash (Stage 1/93), my only mod is a Q300 catback. I live in Chicago and our hellish winter is about to begin. My question is, performance wise, is there any disadvantage to flashing in the winter?? or should I wait until spring??
I dont see why there should be, I was just wondering if anyone has any opinions either way. I dont think the time of year should matter, but im new to subys.

Thanks again
No need to wait until spring - you can install the AP at any time. The only issue with really cold weather is a greater potential to overboost. This isn't always a problem, but it can occur. You can get some data logs in the cold weather and we can take a look at and see if you need to use one of our low wastegate maps (available for download at cobbtuning.com). Check out our data logging video below.


Bill
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