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Old 08-01-2018, 05:21 PM   #151
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Nice, would love to hear a progress report from you every now and then. I've been watching this guy on youtube who has ran this tune since Feb. The only problem he had was that he friend his clutch from hard launches and flat-shifting all the time. He then recommends that this tune should not be for daily driving but perhaps for weekend track racing if that's your thing. I just got the stage 1 tune from MAPerformance yesterday just to try their tune and so far, this tune is way better than the Cobb Stage 1 OTS map. I'll run this tune for a month or two and maybe try the e30 tune after.

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Nice, would love to hear a progress report from you every now and then. I've been watching this guy on youtube who has ran this tune since Feb. The only problem he had was that he friend his clutch from hard launches and flat-shifting all the time. He then recommends that this tune should not be for daily driving but perhaps for weekend track racing if that's your thing. I just got the stage 1 tune from MAPerformance yesterday just to try their tune and so far, this tune is way better than the Cobb Stage 1 OTS map. I'll run this tune for a month or two and maybe try the e30 tune after.
You probably won't be able to make yourself switch back after you taste the corn tune... At least I haven't been able to give up the pull of this tune to go back to the 93... I'M ADDICTED OK?!
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Old 08-04-2018, 09:34 AM   #153
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What are some thoughts on running this tune as a daily? Are the wear and tear worse or better?
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Old 08-04-2018, 04:23 PM   #154
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What are some thoughts on running this tune as a daily? Are the wear and tear worse or better?
As long as you drive like a sensible human, the daily wear on the vehicle should be less. The higher ethanol is going to be limiting knock possibility, which these cars are prone to. The added power may increase wear on your clutch, but if you refrain from launching and roll onto the throttle, it shouldn't be bad.
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Old 08-05-2018, 07:47 AM   #155
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As long as you drive like a sensible human, the daily wear on the vehicle should be less. The higher ethanol is going to be limiting knock possibility, which these cars are prone to. The added power may increase wear on your clutch, but if you refrain from launching and roll onto the throttle, it shouldn't be bad.


Agreed. I won't go back to 93 unless I can't find e85 for some reason.

I do expect to go through a clutch here within the next few months, I'm not necessarily easy on the car. Wear depends how much you use the right pedal and how well you treat the left pedal. What tune is on it is almost insignificant.
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Old 08-05-2018, 10:15 PM   #156
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Default 2018 STI limited 1100 miles malperformance stage 1 ots tune detunes my car

i just purchased the malperformance 91 stage 1 tune frinday for my 2018 STI with 1100 miles on it, my car is bran new with a cat back nameless exhaust cobb tuner, here is the problem, with my bone stock tune I'm getting 16 to 17 psi peak boost, with the maperformance tune i can barely break 10 psi peak boost not the advertised 20 to 23 psi peak boost and extra hp and torque, I've installed it and uninstalled and re installed again and is makes no difference with the tune i can't get to 10 psi and stock its 16 to 17, the only good thing is the rev hang is gone with the tune , if anyone can help me why or what would be causing me to de tune my car with a tune vs stock..
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Old 08-05-2018, 10:51 PM   #157
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So running the stock pump on FF is fine correct?
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So running the stock pump on FF is fine correct?

This is not a “flex fuel” tune. The tune does not adjust [flex] for varying ethanol content.

However, the generally accepted ethanol content limit of the stock pump is E60.
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Old 08-06-2018, 09:54 AM   #159
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What are some thoughts on running this tune as a daily? Are the wear and tear worse or better?
Been running for about 1k on my 18'. Wear & tear gonna be a little bit more in terms of maintenance only. Eth has alot of water in it that ultimately gets in your tank & oil pan. That means sub 6k oil changes & flushing your gas tank about once a month.

Gents need to be cautious about filling 1/3 E85 every fill up also. Your Eth content will climb due to regular gas already containing close to 10% ethanol. I dial it back unless you're burning full tanks etc. Or use a calculator
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Would you be able to send some logs into me?

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i just purchased the malperformance 91 stage 1 tune frinday for my 2018 STI with 1100 miles on it, my car is bran new with a cat back nameless exhaust cobb tuner, here is the problem, with my bone stock tune I'm getting 16 to 17 psi peak boost, with the maperformance tune i can barely break 10 psi peak boost not the advertised 20 to 23 psi peak boost and extra hp and torque, I've installed it and uninstalled and re installed again and is makes no difference with the tune i can't get to 10 psi and stock its 16 to 17, the only good thing is the rev hang is gone with the tune , if anyone can help me why or what would be causing me to de tune my car with a tune vs stock..
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How do you go about flushing your gas tank?

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Been running for about 1k on my 18'. Wear & tear gonna be a little bit more in terms of maintenance only. Eth has alot of water in it that ultimately gets in your tank & oil pan. That means sub 6k oil changes & flushing your gas tank about once a month.

Gents need to be cautious about filling 1/3 E85 every fill up also. Your Eth content will climb due to regular gas already containing close to 10% ethanol. I dial it back unless you're burning full tanks etc. Or use a calculator
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Old 08-12-2018, 10:48 PM   #162
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I am looking for the AOS (Crawford V3 / IAG) and the cobb downpipe (524203). Would you pm the quotation?

My car is STI 2018.
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Old 08-15-2018, 01:25 PM   #163
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Run a straight tank of 91/93 OCT.
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Is that safe to do whilst running on the e30 tune? Or would I need to flash back and forth?
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You would simply need to flash back to the pump gas tune.

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Eth has alot of water in it that ultimately gets in your tank & oil pan. That means sub 6k oil changes & flushing your gas tank about once a month.
Ian, do you have the same recommendations for oil change interval and fuel tank flush with the E30 tune?
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Not if you are daily driving the car, and filling it up regularly in my opinion. If the car sat for long periods of time, or is only driven on the weekends, I probably would. Slightly different from running 100% ethanol.

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@Ian Is there any specific map flash priority between reflash and real-time? If I'm plan on running 1 e30 tank a month should i flash the 93 map and real-time the e30 map or other way around? Doesn't matter?
Also, if I have purchased the AP, stg 1 91 map, and stg 1 93 map from MAPerformance...how much will the e30 map be?
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What are some thoughts on running this tune as a daily? Are the wear and tear worse or better?
The only issues when using this tune as a daily are that it takes longer to fill up, you have to go to a gas station with e85, and you have to make an educated guess as to how much e85 to put in before filling up with 91/93

Of course if you will be driving long distance, you may have to plan ahead some to make sure there are e85 stations along the route, or be willing to flash the ECU to a gas tune before/during the trip.

Other then that, the car is very pleasant to drive around town. The main differences in how the tune acts only really show up at WOT once you get past 3.5k rpm.
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@Ian Is there any specific map flash priority between reflash and real-time? If I'm plan on running 1 e30 tank a month should i flash the 93 map and real-time the e30 map or other way around? Doesn't matter?
Also, if I have purchased the AP, stg 1 91 map, and stg 1 93 map from MAPerformance...how much will the e30 map be?
The E30 map should be $150 if you bought the AP from MAP. Just email Ian and he'll send you a custom quote/invoice for the cost of the tune.
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The only problem he had was that he friend his clutch from hard launches and flat-shifting all the time. .
That kind of driving is going to be very hard on a clutch/transmission regardless of the tune.
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Old 08-22-2018, 01:22 PM   #172
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@Ian Is there any specific map flash priority between reflash and real-time? If I'm plan on running 1 e30 tank a month should i flash the 93 map and real-time the e30 map or other way around? Doesn't matter?
Also, if I have purchased the AP, stg 1 91 map, and stg 1 93 map from MAPerformance...how much will the e30 map be?
Always use REFLASH when changing maps that change fueling, don't use REAL_TIME changes because after an ECU reset or unhooking the battery the car will go back to the REFLASH map. You do not want that to happen if you've changed fuel types.
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Old 09-01-2018, 06:19 PM   #173
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I have thought about getting this tune for some time. I already have MAP stage 2 tune but the limited availability of E85(only on gas station where i live has it) plus dropping 300 bones for it, It's hard to justify the cost, for me anyways. I love there stage 2 tune but i don't want to have to keep switching back and forth or just use it when i do a track day. For 200 bucks more i can get a protune and not have to worry about finding a gas station that has E85. If the tune is anything like there stage 2, I am sure it's great and worth it for people who has easy access to E85
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^I actually fill up 5 gal jugs and use them when I fill up as E85 isn't available close by (~40 miles away). I have the MAP Stage 1 and it is great, but the E30 tune blows it out of the water. I can't compare to the Stage 2 FA, as I don't have any mods besides the E30 tune and an axle back. It's much faster than my pro tuned Stage 2 GR STi and my old Catless/18G/Meth injection Bugeye.
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