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post #1 of 6 Old 03-25-2011, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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Cobb or utech

Well I have an 02 wrx with a Perrin intake and Cobb doesnt have a tuning maps for it I also contacted Perrin they don't make maps for the 02 so idk about getting a Cobb but a great deal on the turboxs utech came along I know u have to tune it your self the utech Whig would u prefer the Utexh I'm getting for 300
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screw that, just pay the ~150ish and buy a tactrix cable and tune it your self with for free with opensource, or pay a tuner to do it, with all the power of ECUFlash and RomRaider stock computer is a nicer option than the AP or UTEC

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AP's are easy to buy and sell used. The permanent cost to you is low with the AP. If you don't like it, sell it.

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ya thats the route im going to go with. the ap is pretty much a tuning software for dummies and novice users,ya it cost a little bit more, but imo its worth it.
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Um, English? Take the intake off, you cannot run that thing without custom tuning.
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I would ratter have the ap but I talked to Cobb and said it's not recommended for my setup how the tractrix
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