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Old 07-28-2003, 10:42 AM   #9
Farfrumwork
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Join Date: Sep 2001
Chapter/Region: RMIC
Location: Louisville, CO
Vehicle:
'07 Spec B
'85 EJ25 Syncro Westy

Thumbs down No Cobb for us...

Pat,

I have been thinking of/wanting the Cobb reflash for some time too. But here is there response:

Chad,

We have no ETA to release on the 2.5L ECU projects. However, what I can say
is that the 1999-newer ECUs are quite different from the 1998-older ECUs.
Due to this, we will have a two-tier release for the 2.5L ECU. One being
for the 1999-newer versions and then another for the 1998-older.

Simply put, the 2.5L ECU project is really two separate things. One for the
modern ECU version which we are currently testing and then another one for
the older ECU which we have not yet begun working on.

Let me know if you have any other questions, or feel free to search and/or
post on our Forum.
www.wrxforum.com

Thanks,
Trey
COBB Tuning

so really it will be a LONG time (if ever) that the older ecu's like ours will get a reflash.

I think a good, true, tune would gain me a lot of power at my current level of mods - and you would gain even more I think Pat. A stand alone is just not in the cards for my N/A mini-beast as it will not see heads/cams (not planned anyhow...) current mods are 3" CAI, MRT header/cat, brullen 2.25" catback, LW pulleys. next up would be a LW flywhel & maybe some LW 16" wheels...

Dan? my knowledge of unichips is nill (always thought of them as wrx tuning tools) what version did you have? how was it conected to your ecu? plug and play or hard wired? also, what kind of cost would I be looking at? It can adjust fuel and timing correct?

- Chad

N/A unite!
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