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Old 11-11-2011, 05:37 PM   #1
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I'm new at this so i'll accept the flaming if i get it lol, But i just installed my AP yesterday and got 1 log on it today and was wondering if someone with experience could check it for me and let me know how it is. I watched the COBB video about it and i noticed in my log the A/F is at 0 , is that wrong?

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Old 11-11-2011, 08:07 PM   #2
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BTW it's a 2011 WRX stage 1 91 oct stock
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Old 11-12-2011, 07:24 AM   #3
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Hi there. There's one count of knock during the run - I would recommend reflashing the stage 1 ACN91 map. You are also underboosting a little. Are you at altitude at all? Give the ACN91 map a try (with a new data log) and we can go from there.

A/F Learning at 0 is absolutely fine.

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Old 11-12-2011, 03:02 PM   #4
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Hi there. There's one count of knock during the run - I would recommend reflashing the stage 1 ACN91 map. You are also underboosting a little. Are you at altitude at all? Give the ACN91 map a try (with a new data log) and we can go from there.

A/F Learning at 0 is absolutely fine.

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Thankyou, I'm in Hawaii so could that be why? I'll definitely take your advice and reflash to the ACN91 map, Here's 2 more logs i took last night.

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Old 11-12-2011, 07:15 PM   #5
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Honestly i don't know **** about this lol, But i watched the askcobb video for data logging and i'm assuming that the knock you were talking about is what i see in the feedback knock section? In my 2nd and 3rd data logs there isn't any knock in there so i'm gonna wait until you reply before i try the ACN91 map. Looks like the boost was consistant but that's a little below average? Tahnks for the feedback
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Old 11-13-2011, 10:07 AM   #6
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Honestly i don't know **** about this lol, But i watched the askcobb video for data logging and i'm assuming that the knock you were talking about is what i see in the feedback knock section? In my 2nd and 3rd data logs there isn't any knock in there so i'm gonna wait until you reply before i try the ACN91 map. Looks like the boost was consistant but that's a little below average? Tahnks for the feedback
I would go ahead and flash the ACN91 - it doesn't look like the knock is consistent (based on your 2nd and 3rd logs), but your gas quality may be borderline for the normal 91 map and it would be better to be on the conservative side of things. You are underboosting a tad, but it is fine. You can try the high wastegate (HWG) map available on our site, but this may cause you to overboost in the higher gears (since you are borderline underboosting with the normal wg map).

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Old 11-13-2011, 03:46 PM   #7
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I would go ahead and flash the ACN91 - it doesn't look like the knock is consistent (based on your 2nd and 3rd logs), but your gas quality may be borderline for the normal 91 map and it would be better to be on the conservative side of things. You are underboosting a tad, but it is fine. You can try the high wastegate (HWG) map available on our site, but this may cause you to overboost in the higher gears (since you are borderline underboosting with the normal wg map).

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Alright thankyou i'll try the ACN91 and post the log and see how that goes, I'm using 92 octane by the way if that has anything to do with it.
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Old 11-19-2011, 01:59 PM   #8
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Just got the Cobb AP and wanted to know what some of the parameters meant, for example waste gate duty cycle, ignition timing, etc. Is there something that cobb has put out that would explain what each parameters mean? Thanks
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Old 11-20-2011, 09:31 AM   #9
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Just got the Cobb AP and wanted to know what some of the parameters meant, for example waste gate duty cycle, ignition timing, etc. Is there something that cobb has put out that would explain what each parameters mean? Thanks
Hello. Check out the AskCobb data logging video (see below). It gives an overview of a handful of the critical monitors. You can also find descriptions for each monitor in this document:
http://www.accessecu.com/support/doc...ns%20Guide.pdf


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