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Old 10-25-2010, 02:48 PM   #1
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Thumbs up 05' WRX Cobb Stage1 results...

About a month ago Cobb Tuning in Austin had a garage sale and dyno event. I was one of the few that where to be dyno'ed ($45 to get dyno'ed), but the night before their dyno crashed and they where not able to dyno anyone that day. Since I was on the list they rescheduled with me and told me it would be free since there dyno had crashed. Well I showed up and Lance (cobb's tuner guy) ran it on the dyno and final results are as follows. I have the dyno sheets but don't have a scanner to load them up for you guys to see the actual curves. I will try to get them up this week.
Dyno: Mustang Dynamometer
Car: 2005 WRX
Mods: K&N short ram intake w/heat shield
Tune: Cobb stage1*
Max WHP: 180@ approx. 5400rpm
Max Torque (ft. lbs): 195@ approx. 3700rpm

*Tune was OTS Map 93 Oct stage1 with minor tweaks. Car was running rich up top DUE TO K&N, so Lance smoothed it out for me free!

All in all I was pretty satisfied with everything (especially since it was free! Rock on Cobb!) and car seems more lively and smoother, but that could be just me...lol!

I will try to get the graphs up this week!
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Old 10-25-2010, 03:19 PM   #2
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Thats not too bad considering the little modification. Have you thought about doing more mods, like a downpipe, BCS, up pipe and tune. I think you would be really pleased and still stay within the oem like parameters for safety.

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Old 10-25-2010, 03:43 PM   #3
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Yes, I'm actually wanting to hit stage 2 in the next month. Looking JNA's exhaust as a Cobb alternative with one of your DP's. I do have a DC sports up-pipe w/flex section not installed yet. I actually sprayed it with that BBQ 1200 degree paint in hopes that it might keep most of the heat inside, thinking about wrapping it too, but not sure if that will cause premature failure of it. My long term goal for the car is 300-320ish to the wheels and would like to keep the torque pretty well-balanced along with hp.
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Old 10-25-2010, 10:07 PM   #4
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to keep it reliable i wouldnt do more than 300 on the stock engine
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Old 10-27-2010, 11:50 AM   #5
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to keep it reliable i wouldnt do more than 300 on the stock engine
Good information, I have a spare block that I might be rebuilding though. If I were to rebuild it with aftermarket parts then my goal would be 300-320ish to the wheels, until that happens I will probably stay at stage2 for awhile.
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Old 10-27-2010, 06:01 PM   #6
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Here you go, Matt.

Thanks for sharing! Good to hear that Cobb took care of you, too.
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