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Old 02-07-2012, 03:31 PM   #1
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I just got a 07 STI. I am looking to go "stage 2" with a Cobb catted Downpipe and an Invidia n1 catback, but I want to know what I can expect power wise and reliability wise from these mods and a AP tune. (aem cold air intake already installed, little Bday gift : p)

Any help?

Edit: I have read many threads on this topic and I have searched a ton but I can't really get a solid idea. I am not looking for the answer of the question "How can I get 350 hp?" Just a few numbers and facts. : )
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Old 02-07-2012, 03:57 PM   #2
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There are plenty of notes you will find on cobbs website about what you can expect with their maps. I assume you will be using cobb maps anyhow..

At any rate, cobb says:
+50 HP and +85 lb-ft (93 octane) typical with a stage 2 map of theirs for 04-07 STi.

A protune can give you a lil more power than that and also bring you reliability you may be looking for. This involves you talking to a tuner to get what you want.
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Old 02-07-2012, 03:59 PM   #3
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There are plenty of notes you will find on cobbs website about what you can expect with their maps. I assume you will be using cobb maps anyhow..

At any rate, cobb says:
+50 HP and +85 lb-ft (93 octane) typical with a stage 2 map of theirs for 04-07 STi.
Thanks and yes I will be using their maps.
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Old 02-07-2012, 04:06 PM   #4
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A reliability note of theirs with the stage 2 sti map

Reliability
"Very good. Engine experiences less stress from heat and exhaust backpressure. Exhaust system constructed of more corrosion resistant material than stock."

Keep in mind however, this involves the use of their catback. I can't educate you on your invidia but I would guess the difference isn't huge. Someone else can clear that up for you if they feel like it :P
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Old 02-07-2012, 04:08 PM   #5
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A reliability note of theirs with the stage 2 sti map

Reliability
"Very good. Engine experiences less stress from heat and exhaust backpressure. Exhaust system constructed of more corrosion resistant material than stock."

Keep in mind however, this involves the use of their catback. I can't educate you on your invidia but I would guess the difference isn't huge. Someone else can clear that up for you if they feel like it :P
Thanks man, that's exactly what I was looking for : )
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