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10-22-2019 08:38 PM
KO.THMotorsports The fuel upgrades would be the next step in my opinion. Since you're already in that territory you might as well upgrade the turbo and get e85
10-22-2019 08:37 PM
KO.THMotorsports Coilovers and swaybars would be a nice step after the first set of engine mods and tune. The more power will require a better suspension setup!
10-22-2019 08:36 PM
KO.THMotorsports Basic bolt ons as first mods are a great start. Intake, full exhaust, upper intercooler pipe and boost controller
10-22-2019 08:35 PM
KO.THMotorsports I think your mod list is set up in the right direction
10-11-2019 04:33 PM
bskills Does anyone know if the COBB AP is compatible with the Japanese EVO X?
07-25-2019 01:19 AM
Quadrider10
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Gotcha, I thought the MR was compatible...
Well, I wouldn't go so far as to say it isn't compatible. It flashes the tune just fine and generally smooths out the powerband. However, it only tunes the engine and does nothing to tune the transmission, resulting in higher levels of knock in the MR than you typically see in a GSR. This is why I just sold my AP and am going to open-source tuning, like many told me to do in the first place lol
Ah gotcha. Fair enough 👍
07-24-2019 03:42 PM
dalastcwood
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Gotcha, I thought the MR was compatible...
Well, I wouldn't go so far as to say it isn't compatible. It flashes the tune just fine and generally smooths out the powerband. However, it only tunes the engine and does nothing to tune the transmission, resulting in higher levels of knock in the MR than you typically see in a GSR. This is why I just sold my AP and am going to open-source tuning, like many told me to do in the first place lol
07-17-2019 10:16 AM
Quadrider10
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GSR
Great! The reason I asked is because, according to the tuner I spoke to at WTF Tuning and several threads, the Cobb AP tuning software does not allow for tuning of the SST, which is absolutely necessary for a good tune in the MR. If you have a GSR, I believe it should meet your needs. A buddy of mine gets his full bolt-on GSR pro-tuned through the AP V3 and he is very satisfied with the results.
Gotcha, I thought the MR was compatible...
07-16-2019 03:03 PM
dalastcwood
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GSR
Great! The reason I asked is because, according to the tuner I spoke to at WTF Tuning and several threads, the Cobb AP tuning software does not allow for tuning of the SST, which is absolutely necessary for a good tune in the MR. If you have a GSR, I believe it should meet your needs. A buddy of mine gets his full bolt-on GSR pro-tuned through the AP V3 and he is very satisfied with the results.
07-13-2019 01:30 AM
Quadrider10
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This is a pretty basic question, but is your car a GSR or an MR?
GSR
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