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Old 12-12-2019, 02:33 PM   #776
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I paid $695 for a FlashPro to tune my 2009 Civic Si. I paid $650 (500 for AP and 150 for Accesstuner) and took a simple on-line class to tune my WRX. EVERYBODY I know who has an AP has no intention of tuning their car and they don't even know AccessTuner exists. When I found out that I could tune my own WRX for an additional $150, I couldn't believe it. I'm familiar with the Cobb online store and fail to see why anyone would complain about anything. If you are not a pro tuner with a dyno and a shop, you should be happy you can even get AccessTuner, IMO. Hondata is an awesome platform for vehicle owners to tune their Honda for $695 and there is equally awesome platform for a Subaru owner to tune their car for a similar price. Yet on NASIOC, there is 31 page thread of people complaining. I don't get it.
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Old 12-12-2019, 02:53 PM   #777
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Some of us had Accesstuner before this, it was considered part of the AP. Then Cobb stopped updating it and told us to pay for a class. That is why it's annoying to me at least.
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Some of us had Accesstuner before this, it was considered part of the AP. Then Cobb stopped updating it and told us to pay for a class. That is why it's annoying to me at least.

Oh, okay, I get it now. I can see how that policy change would tick off AP users who have the background or knowledge to tune their car. But I can also see why Cobb did it (to cover liability). It is quite clear from Hondata forums that there are quite a few people tuning their Honda have no idea what they are doing. Cobb probably wanted to avoid the same thing (as best they could).
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