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rexwgn 03-08-2009 08:53 PM

07 wrx wagon 1/4 mile time??
 
i was wondering if i could get some estimation numbers before i go to the track in april...i have cobb stage 2 perrin cold air intake bov valve turbo back intek exhaust(3in.) and a front mount...anyone know what i should be running

baller_v24 03-08-2009 09:00 PM

you should be high 13s or low 14s.

let us know how you do

Herknav 03-09-2009 12:12 AM

I thought going to a FMIC without a turbo upgrade was a no-no?

ajtoce 03-09-2009 01:00 PM

[quote=Herknav;216839]I thought going to a FMIC without a turbo upgrade was a no-no?[/quote]

a blow-off valve and intake with a cobb stage 2 ots map is also

rexwgn 03-09-2009 03:44 PM

nope as long as u have turbo back exhaust and an cold air intake ## good with the access port...it runs great and strong...ive beat sti's on the highway and from a roll so i hoping for low 13's...the fmic does mess with the access port a little so im going to a near by dyno by the first week of april to tweak a few things but it still runs good

mosc 03-09-2009 04:24 PM

[quote=rexwgn;216887]nope as long as u have turbo back exhaust and an cold air intake ## good with the access port...it runs great and strong...ive beat sti's on the highway and from a roll so i hoping for low 13's...the fmic does mess with the access port a little so im going to a near by dyno by the first week of april to tweak a few things but it still runs good[/quote]

Cobb specifically says NOT to use a CAI with it's maps. This post is bad information. :notgood:

Quoted from cobb's map notes for the 93 octane '07 WRX stage 2 map:
[quote="cobb"]Compatible with new AccessPORT
Calibration Name: S tage2 93 MTv103
Latest Calibration Rev: 1.03
Calibration and Map Notes Updated: 09/25/07
Description: Intended for an otherwise stock vehicle with a [B]STOCK
INTAKE SYSTEM ONLY[/B], and a turbo-back exhaust system with high-flow
catalytic converter running 93 or 94 octane.[/quote]
Link: [url]http://www.accessecu.com/accessport/subaru/new/07%20WRXM/Map%20Notes/Stage2%2093%20MTv103.pdf[/url]

rexwgn 03-09-2009 09:12 PM

an intake system cant hurt the car though? i thought its only cleaner and cooler air?

oldspower71 03-09-2009 10:47 PM

you need a special tune to get anything out of a CAI, this is true even with a short ram IMO. A CAI or short ram is just one of those things that, for some reason, everyone does for a first mod who doesn't know any better. Same with a BOV. Tons of posts on here will tell you the same thing. Many, including myself, have made this mistake without reading up on it. I put the SPT short ram on my car with Cobb stage 1 and I FELT a power loss. Anything you can actually notice is a big deal IMO. I put the stock system back on and the difference was night and day. Our stock intakes are actually pretty good. Let us know your #s though. In modern cars, cleaner/cooler air doesn't mean much without tuning the computer for it.


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