What does Cobb Stage 1 tune do?

What does Cobb Stage 1 tune do?

The COBB Stage 1+Big SF Power Package is a simple bolt-on and tuning solution that will allow you to easily improve the power output of your 2015+ WRX! It also provides increased airflow from the Big SF Intake & Airbox combo.

Do you need an AccessPort to tune a WRX?

Tuning a Subaru will help wake the vehicle up, allow you to properly install common modifications such as full turboback exhausts or cold air intakes without throwing any sort of check engine lights. For tuning of these vehicles, we recommend the COBB Accessport.

What do you need for a Stage 2 tune WRX?

Stage 2

  1. Intake Requirements: Stock airbox or COBB Tuning SF Intake SUB00001IA.
  2. Exhaust Requirements: Stock or COBB Cat-Back Exhaust 512100. COBB Subaru GESi Catted Downpipe 512210.
  3. Boost Targets: ACN91: ~13.34psi peak boost pressure tapering down to ~9.0psi by the 6700RPM redline, +/- 0.7 psi.

Can a WRX be upgraded to Stage 2?

With the 2015+ Subaru WRX, the stock intake isn’t very restrictive, and while an aftermarket one main give some small gains, it’s small compared to the jump from stock to stage 1, or from stage 1 to stage 2. Some additional tuning is required to keep the car running correctly when installing any intake.

How much does Cobb’s Stage 2 hp increase cost?

Will run anywhere from $200-$600 that being said Cobb posts % increases on their website. I am currently stage 2 W/ the SF Intake and love the power delivery. Its not ” omgggggg theee powerrrrrr” but its smoother, I also have the Stage 2 map from Torque Performance that I would recommend.

Why is the Cobb AP your WRX’s first modification?

But Cobb Tuning built a bunch of off-the-shelf maps (ots maps) that cover a wide range of mods. These ots maps will make tuning your WRX easy and will allow you to install pretty much all the major bolt-on parts you could want without having to get a custom tune.

How to contact COBB Tuning for Subaru WRX?

Regardless of the route you take, if you have any questions, give us a call at 866-922-3059 or email [email protected] and we’ll have the answers! Helpful? 27 people found this answer helpful.

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