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Old 02-23-2010, 06:58 PM   #1
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Join Date: Oct 2007
Chapter/Region: Tri-State
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2006 WRX Stage 2
Crystal Grey Metallic

Default Tuning Alliance Accessport Map Is Great!

Just wanted to let you all know that I recently purchased a Tuning Alliance Accessport Stage 2 K&N Typhoon Map (Whew! LOL) for my 06 WRX and I am very happy!

I have had a Typhoon for some time and finally decided to get the accessport and searched the net and happened upon Tuning Alliance. They have a easy to use site where you list your mods and pay and get the map emailed to you. They have different maps for different intakes Stage 1 and Stage 2, different octane levels, Accessport and Open Source. I installed the map and am really happy. I was running a open source Bullwinkle Stage 2 Map from Osecuroms. I was happy with the map, but it didn't have MAF scaling for my intake and I was running lean and frequently throwing a CEL. This map just feels better and my car even sounds better, almost smoother. The boost is great across the board. My last map seemed to boost hard, but then to taper more at the end. This map seems so much better across the whole range. The weather has been crappy here lately, so I really haven't had the chance to push it, but when I can I will, to test it out. Also, no CELS since the install.

So if you're like me and don't really want to do your own tuning, check them out. I give them 2 thumbs up.
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