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Old 02-21-2008, 10:01 PM   #1
KevinWRX
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2013 XV Crosstrek ISM

Default Accessport maps and cold weather issues?

I have had this issue ever since I actually installed the AccessPort and flashed it to Stage 1. In cold weather ( I'm talking below 25 degrees fahrenheit) if i get on it about half to 3/4 throttle my boost will either spike for fluctuate between about 14lbs and 7 lbs and if i stay in the gas it will continue to do so. It only does this every now and then but it seems after the Stage 2 reflash it does it and spikes like crazy. I read on the v2's boost guage that it peaked at about 17.6psi, probably not good for stock turbo I'd imagine.

Does anyone else experience this? The car isnt a daily driver so its not a overly huge deal since I really dont drive it all that much in the winter months anyways.

The car is also an automatic tranny as well.
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Old 02-22-2008, 06:53 AM   #2
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I'm leaving in Labrador it's really cold here almost -40 the whole winter and I hadn't feel anything like that with my cobb stage 1.
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