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Old 08-27-2013, 05:21 PM   #51
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Unless your clutch is slipping, this isn't mechanically possible. The gear ratios haven't changed, so your cruising RPM for a given speed shouldn't change.
I know my clutch isn't slipping. Well it shouldn't be on a new car with less than 3,300 miles on it. I haven't launched or anything like that to my car (yeah, I baby it a lot) so my clutch should still be good. But, I agree with you, I don't think it should've made a difference. However, my RPM's did go up though. Unless I just never noticed it that high before. If you don't mind my asking, where are your RPM's when cruising on the freeway/highway around 75-80 MPH? Just to get a little comparison. Thanks for your reply!
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Old 08-27-2013, 05:50 PM   #52
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Yeah, more detailed change logs would be nice.

I'll sit tight until the maps are out for 2011 STIs.
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Old 08-27-2013, 06:07 PM   #53
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I know my clutch isn't slipping. Well it shouldn't be on a new car with less than 3,300 miles on it. I haven't launched or anything like that to my car (yeah, I baby it a lot) so my clutch should still be good. But, I agree with you, I don't think it should've made a difference. However, my RPM's did go up though. Unless I just never noticed it that high before. If you don't mind my asking, where are your RPM's when cruising on the freeway/highway around 75-80 MPH? Just to get a little comparison. Thanks for your reply!
I checked mine on the way home from work last night and it's the same as yours. One thing I thought of is maybe they (Cobb) changed the gear ratios the ECU applies to whatever it uses to determine vehicle speed. That said, I checked my speedometer against GPS reported speed and (at 65) it was maybe 1 MPH different, so I'd say it's pretty accurate.
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Old 08-27-2013, 06:14 PM   #54
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I checked mine on the way home from work last night and it's the same as yours. One thing I thought of is maybe they (Cobb) changed the gear ratios the ECU applies to whatever it uses to determine vehicle speed. That said, I checked my speedometer against GPS reported speed and (at 65) it was maybe 1 MPH different, so I'd say it's pretty accurate.

I have noticed that the AP Live (and Logged) Data value, Vehicle Speed, is approximately 5 MPH slower than what is reported on the dash. I just don't understand how the VSS (Veh. Speed Sensor) can be manipulated by any table in the maps.
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Old 08-28-2013, 09:07 AM   #55
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I've been running the Stage2+AEMv332 Normal Wastegate map for the past day. I now reach the target boost in all SI drive modes.

S# - ~19 (highest value logged 19.4psi)
S - ~ 15.5 (highest value logged 16.1psi)
I - ~ 9psi (highest value logged 11psi)

The strange stumble I was seeing with the v331 maps right as I crossed over into boost at part throttle is gone with the v332 maps.

For the hell of it I loaded the HWG map and was overboosting. I would see 19.9psi in S# and 17.6 psi in S. I went back to the normal wastegate map.

FWIW my mods are AEM intake, Invidia Catless DP, stock STI sedan catback.
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Old 08-28-2013, 12:31 PM   #56
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That's good news. Can't wait for the maps to be released for other years (ahem, 2011).
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Old 08-28-2013, 01:37 PM   #57
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That's good news. Can't wait for the maps to be released for other years (ahem, 2011).
Do you not see where Cobb said beta maps available for ALL 2008-2013 STIs and them posted a link that has maps for all above mentioned model years?

You've been missing out for days due to your own obliviousness.

Reading comprehension fail. SMH
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Old 08-28-2013, 01:51 PM   #58
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Do you not see where Cobb said beta maps available for ALL 2008-2013 STIs and them posted a link that has maps for all above mentioned model years?

You've been missing out for days due to your own obliviousness.

Reading comprehension fail. SMH
Follow that link and download a map for a 2011 STi.

Cobb said that 2008-2012 maps will follow shortly. They're not available yet.
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Old 08-28-2013, 02:16 PM   #59
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Follow that link and download a map for a 2011 STi.

Cobb said that 2008-2012 maps will follow shortly. They're not available yet.
v331 beta is available for all years. v332 is only available for 2013.

Talk about foot in mouth. I overlooked the v331 in the link. Flame suite on.
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Old 08-28-2013, 02:23 PM   #60
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Do you not see where Cobb said beta maps available for ALL 2008-2013 STIs and them posted a link that has maps for all above mentioned model years?

You've been missing out for days due to your own obliviousness.

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v331 beta is available for all years. v332 is only available for 2013.

Talk about foot in mouth. I overlooked the v331 in the link. Flame suite on.
Man, that was silly.
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Old 08-29-2013, 09:19 AM   #61
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Hi all. There's nothing that we change (or allow to be changed via our software) in any tune that will impact what RPM is at a given speed or what vehicle speed reads relative to another tune.

We are working on the new v332 maps for 08-12 STi and should be available soon. Currently we only have it up for the 13 STi.

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Old 08-29-2013, 04:17 PM   #62
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Cant wait for the v332 maps for '12!
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Old 08-30-2013, 03:23 PM   #63
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Beta v332 maps are now posted for ALL 2008-2013 STi! Thank you for your patience guys The v331 link will expire as of tomorrow.

When changing maps to a different version, it is critical to use the REFLASH function to change maps and NOT the REALTIME function.

Enjoy! Cheers-

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Old 08-30-2013, 06:39 PM   #64
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Thank-you...............
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Old 08-30-2013, 07:02 PM   #65
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Nice! I'll throw them on later and do some testing. Hopefully these work out well because I want to get some end of summer track time in.
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Old 08-30-2013, 09:59 PM   #66
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Great Job to Cobb, Thank you
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Old 08-31-2013, 10:30 AM   #67
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I have a 2012 STi with a Divorced HFC downpipe, and a stock air box / filter.

I since v330... I have been using Stage2, 93 octane, regular WG maps, and I must say my car has been loving it. Car is knock free with zero counts of FBKC & FLKC, and it accelerates very smoothly. With v331, I am also closer to the Boost Target values which is very nice.

But one thing I have to say is that I liked the requested torque tables within v330 better than v331 and now v332. I find the throttle much easier to modulate during daily driving around town with v330.

My question is... Can I just copy over the older requested torque tables over to v332 in AccessTUNER Race, or is there other settings in other tables that may be impacted by the changes?

Tks
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Old 08-31-2013, 12:33 PM   #68
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Should I be testing these maps as reflash maps or real time maps? Does it matter?

My car seems to be hitting target boost with the 332 HWG real time map (stage 1, 93, SF) but I also have the older 300 base map still on the car. It was still around 16.5psi with the regular map.

Edit...

Yeah just saw the first post. I'll reflash and take another drive.

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Old 08-31-2013, 12:48 PM   #69
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Should I be testing these maps as reflash maps or real time maps? Does it matter?

My car seems to be hitting target boost with the 332 HWG real time map (stage 1, 93, SF) but I also have the older 300 base map still on the car. It was still around 16.5psi with the regular map.

Edit...

Yeah just saw the first post. I'll reflash and take another drive.
Reread the OP - it's in bold.
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Old 08-31-2013, 01:08 PM   #70
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I have only put 15 miles on the new v3.32 flash (stage 2 91 NWG), but target boost is dead on. Engine seems to run smoother and the power curve is very nice as well. I'll be driving on the highway tomorrow (Aprox 400 miles overall), so I'll get plenty of logs.

Great job to the guys at Cobb for their repeated effort in getting this solved!

Thanks
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Old 08-31-2013, 01:34 PM   #71
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V332 stage 1, 93 SF reflashed and it is much better. The whole car feels much better. It's still only hitting 17psi but I also made sure to reset all of the learning so it might go up a bit as I drive it more. I'll report back after I have some miles on it.
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Old 08-31-2013, 03:01 PM   #72
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V332 91 OCT Stage 1 NWG and I'm underboosting (running a hair over 15PSIG in S#). I came from V310 which was spot on with boost. The car seems to run much smoother though. No hesitation around the 2.5k-3k rpm zone.

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Old 08-31-2013, 04:18 PM   #73
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I may have spoken too soon. Just got back from a 50 mile drive. Boost is back down (under 16 psi) and continuous (not learning down) FKL values of 2.5 when at 20-30% throttle. Cruise FKL is still also present..

I guess Beta means, well, Beta.

Back to the trusty v3.10 maps I go. Sick of this ****...

If anyone wants 2012 v3.10 maps, I have them...


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Old 08-31-2013, 05:20 PM   #74
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I have a 2012 STi with a Divorced HFC downpipe, and a stock air box / filter.

I since v330... I have been using Stage2, 93 octane, regular WG maps, and I must say my car has been loving it. Car is knock free with zero counts of FBKC & FLKC, and it accelerates very smoothly. With v331, I am also closer to the Boost Target values which is very nice.

But one thing I have to say is that I liked the requested torque tables within v330 better than v331 and now v332. I find the throttle much easier to modulate during daily driving around town with v330.

My question is... Can I just copy over the older requested torque tables over to v332 in AccessTUNER Race, or is there other settings in other tables that may be impacted by the changes?

Tks
Yes, you can copy over the Requested Torque tables from v330 to v332 but not from older versions of maps. Be very careful as it can be dangerous on the road if you screw something up in the process. Triple check the copy before reflashing the new map.

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Old 08-31-2013, 05:21 PM   #75
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V331 91 OCT Stage 1 NWG and I'm underboosting (running a hair over 15PSIG in S#). I came from V310 which was spot on with boost. The car seems to run much smoother though. No hesitation around the 2.5k-3k rpm zone.
Please try the newly released v332 beta maps - they will have improved boost control, even for stage 1 maps.

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