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Old 06-25-2007, 07:55 PM   #1
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Hey guys,

Just wanted to let you know that we have had an opportunity to tune the infamous 2007 STi. With the help of Christian @ COBB Tuning and his BETA map, a 2006 STi Restrictor pill and some tweaking from our tuner Tim we have eliminated the hesitation & on/off feeling from the turbo. Check out test results!

This is a basic Stage 2 2007 STi with the AP Ver 2, SPT short ram intake, catted DP and 3" exhaust!




So...who wants one?
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Old 06-29-2007, 01:28 AM   #2
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Way Cool! Christian on the in house mustang dyno at Cobb just tuned MY07 STi today and I got 272 WHP and 292 FT. torque.
Congrats on the tune.
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Old 06-29-2007, 03:05 PM   #3
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Damn, if I had enough money I would defiantly get my car pro-tuned
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Old 07-02-2007, 05:25 PM   #4
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Way Cool! Christian on the in house mustang dyno at Cobb just tuned MY07 STi today and I got 272 WHP and 292 FT. torque.
Congrats on the tune.


Glad to hear you are getting great results too!

We have another 2007 STI Limited coming in on Thursday for a PROTune. I'll be sure to post those resluts as well.

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Old 07-03-2007, 09:11 AM   #5
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On the 07 you tuned did it have a catted exhaust or was it catless and have the new restrictor pill? How about the limited, just wondering cause I went catless so I had to do the pill mod. Thanks
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Old 07-03-2007, 11:37 AM   #6
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On the 07 you tuned did it have a catted exhaust or was it catless and have the new restrictor pill? How about the limited, just wondering cause I went catless so I had to do the pill mod. Thanks

The first tune was done with a catless DP, 3" exhaust and an overbored 2006 restrictor pill. With that combo we could not achieve the boost we wanted. So the owner had PIA install an unmodified 2006 pill, and a catted DP. With that combo we have the results you see posted. Major difference that way!
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Old 07-03-2007, 11:44 AM   #7
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What kind of numbers where you getting with the pill? Don't really want to buy a new dp but its been a problem so maybe I will just get a new catted dp
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Old 07-03-2007, 02:02 PM   #8
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What kind of numbers where you getting with the pill? Don't really want to buy a new dp but its been a problem so maybe I will just get a new catted dp

We were only getting about 255 whp & 250 wtq on our mustang dyno with the catless DP and the overbored pill.

Once the catted downpipe & unmolested 2006 pill were installed we got the good numbers.

The problem is that the VF-43s have a larger wastegate than the VF-39 and also have a 9lb spring where the VF-39 has a 10.5lb spring. This allows the wastegate to open prematurely with the stock pill & and catless downpipe.


I also feel with an AVO actuator and a ProTUNE that we could maintain proper boost with a cattless DP. Im looking forward to trying at least!

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Old 07-13-2007, 03:50 AM   #9
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I just had mine done on Monday at RR but my torque #'s are low not sure if the heat had something to do with it. I know the Dynamics read a little lower then the Mustang Dyno's but the torque should be higher then the whp #'s, no? I'm almost running the excact same set up I have a 07 STi Ltd with SPT intake, Cobb ap v2, and Cobb Catted DP with SPT 3" catback exhaust. I just did a track day at mission a couple of weeks ago and I think my clutch was slipping a little, could this be why? Or should I get an oil catch can? Maybe some oil getting by? I was getting some major flutter and weird surges but a protune deffently helped. I would highly recommend it to any 07STi owners out there.
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Old 07-13-2007, 03:55 AM   #10
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So...who wants one?

$375.00 for the next 2007 PROTune.
crap that's a great deal.
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Old 07-13-2007, 06:02 PM   #11
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I just had mine done on Monday at RR but my torque #'s are low not sure if the heat had something to do with it. I know the Dynamics read a little lower then the Mustang Dyno's but the torque should be higher then the whp #'s, no? I'm almost running the excact same set up I have a 07 STi Ltd with SPT intake, Cobb ap v2, and Cobb Catted DP with SPT 3" catback exhaust. I just did a track day at mission a couple of weeks ago and I think my clutch was slipping a little, could this be why? Or should I get an oil catch can? Maybe some oil getting by? I was getting some major flutter and weird surges but a protune deffently helped. I would highly recommend it to any 07STi owners out there.


Yeah, that does seem a little low. What PSI are you set at? Also what size restrictor pill are you using? We have found to have the best response & results with the 0.047" pill. On our dyno the stock 2007 STi's come in at roughly 255-265 whp. We just retuned the fisrt one we had ever done and got 301 whp and 310 wtq with a much better spool up response at only 17 PSI!

I think your car still has potential left in it. Glad to hear that the car is much smoother for you though!

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Old 07-22-2007, 10:19 PM   #12
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I have a friend with a evo9 lookin for a tune how much you thinking it would cost?
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Old 07-23-2007, 01:13 AM   #13
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I have a friend with a evo9 lookin for a tune how much you thinking it would cost?


A typical tune is no more than 2-3 hours. At $195 per hour that would be $390 - $585 roughly.

What EM is your friend using?

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Old 07-26-2007, 02:43 PM   #14
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Just had my Pro-tune done at Dyno Authority in Redmond. I have an 02 PSM WRX with kn typhoon, perrin up, bpm turbo back 3" and 1 high flow cat.

Put 226 whp and 210 ft/lbs before and 238hp 233ft/lbs after. It took out all my hesitation and some of my lag.

Tim and Ryan are both experts in their field and are happy to answer any questions you can think of.

My tune took two hours and went pretty damn smooth.



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Old 08-15-2007, 08:00 PM   #15
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Hey guys!

Just got some time to get some more uploaded onto the ol' computer & thought I would share the results with ya! All charts have a before & after...


2005 WRX STi with APS equal length headers, uppipe, turboback, stock VF39 & Perrin front mount.


2002 WRX Wagon with STI shortblock, turboback exhaust & stock intake.



And our latest...!!! This is a 2007 WRX. The low chart is a stock pull with only a turboback exhaust & APS 65mm cold air intake. The after is with a vf34, APS DR525 FMIC & COBB uppipe...all three were tuned with COBB's AP!

Check em out!

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p.s, sorry Morgan, I forgot to post yours up!
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Old 02-17-2009, 04:07 AM   #16
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I just found this and I realized it is about my 07 STI lol. I was really happy with the results from Dyno Authority my car has 20,000 miles since the tune and it running stronger than ever. My IC was really hot when we achieved these numbers and is actually much faster than when it just got off the dyno.
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