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Old 01-08-2013, 12:35 AM   #1
beanakai
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Default Cobb stages?

For a 2008 wrx how many stages are there and what is needed for each?
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Old 01-08-2013, 09:58 AM   #2
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For a 2008 wrx how many stages are there and what is needed for each?
For the 08-13 WRX, you have the following:

stage 1: This is for a completely stock car (i.e. no mods). An aftermarket catback exhaust and/or uppipe are also acceptable for this map.

stage 2: This is for a car with an aftermarket turbo-back exhaust. An aftermarket downpipe with a stock catback is acceptable (although performance may be reduced).

There are 3 versions of the staged maps above based on the intake you are using. One is for the stock intake. Another is for our Cobb SF intake (maps have "+SF" in their name). And another is for the AEM intake (maps have "+AEM" in the name). No other intakes must be used other than what is designated by these maps. You can download the +SF and +AEM maps from the maps section at cobbtuning.com.

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