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Old 02-21-2012, 05:17 PM   #1
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Default How to email cobb for a tune?

Hey guys I've been looking around the forum and the cobb website and I can't find their email.

I have recently purchased one of the Cobb AP. I was wondering if I could get a custom tune for the following mods I have on my 2004 Subaru wrx. I wasn't really happy with the stage 2 map that was already on the AP. My curent mods:

- SPT Short Ram Intake w/ heat shield
- STi uppipe
- Walbaro 255 lph fuel pump
- TurboXS full turbo back w/ 4 inch downpipe (CATLESS)
- HKS BOV
- ACT HD clutch

I would like to be on 19 PSI. Please get back to me and let me know what you can do.

Thanks.
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Old 02-21-2012, 05:53 PM   #2
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19 PSI on the stock turbo is a whole lot of hot air. You wont be making much if any more power than 17ish psi.
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Old 02-21-2012, 07:06 PM   #3
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I'm sorry to hear you are unhappy with the OTS Stage 2 map! Unfortunately we do not do e-tuning, but you might be able to find a local tuner using the Dealers & Tuners link on our website.

We also have newer maps for the 2.0L WRXs that are free downloads from our website. You would want the v3.10 Stage 2 mapping. It is also important to note that we have seen some older WRXs that need some up to date maintenance before running well on our maps. I would recommend making sure your vacuum and hoses are all in good condition with no obvious leaks or tears and possibly even having the intake tract smoke tested. If you have any concerns about the way your car is currently running, we would happily take a look at some data logs for you.

In regards to running 19 psi on the stock TD04 turbo, that is well beyond the efficiency range and will not help you make much power. There are many great e-tuners on this forum too that will be able to guide you along though as well!

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Old 02-21-2012, 10:12 PM   #4
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I'm sorry to hear you are unhappy with the OTS Stage 2 map! Unfortunately we do not do e-tuning, but you might be able to find a local tuner using the Dealers & Tuners link on our website.

We also have newer maps for the 2.0L WRXs that are free downloads from our website. You would want the v3.10 Stage 2 mapping. It is also important to note that we have seen some older WRXs that need some up to date maintenance before running well on our maps. I would recommend making sure your vacuum and hoses are all in good condition with no obvious leaks or tears and possibly even having the intake tract smoke tested. If you have any concerns about the way your car is currently running, we would happily take a look at some data logs for you.

In regards to running 19 psi on the stock TD04 turbo, that is well beyond the efficiency range and will not help you make much power. There are many great e-tuners on this forum too that will be able to guide you along though as well!

Ian
Oh alright. Thanks for the response.
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