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Old 12-03-2011, 01:31 PM   #1
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Default OTS maps different for 4eat?

Looking on Cobbs website, for 06 wrxs there is a separate map to download for a 4eat transmission. There is not that option for a 2004 wrx however. Are there more OTS maps than are viewable on the website, or is whats viewable applicable with both tranny types?

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Old 12-03-2011, 10:20 PM   #2
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Looking on Cobbs website, for 06 wrxs there is a separate map to download for a 4eat transmission. There is not that option for a 2004 wrx however. Are there more OTS maps than are viewable on the website, or is whats viewable applicable with both tranny types?

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The 02-05 WRX maps are unique in that they can be used for either transmission. That is, the ECU can work with a single map for either transmission. In the case of all other Subarus we support, the ECU requires a distinct transmission-specific map, which is why you always see separate MT and AT maps for those cars that are offered with ATs.

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