Hey guys, I recently bought an accessport for my 2013 MR. I knew that the car had a tune on it before I connected the ap, but was under the impression that it was only a cobb stage 2. So once I connected the ap, I flashed a stage 2 tune onto the car since I thought it wouldn't change anything...
Hey everyone, sorry for the noob question, but i really need your help. SO i have a 2012 Evo X MR. I plan on geting the Injen in take w/ UICP for my car. I plan on tuning with Cobb AP. but they don't have maps for my year yet. So whats my solution. Is it safe to have this intake without a tune...
Firmware Update 18.104.22.168-3566:
Data Monitor Updates:
Increased precision for data monitors.
Data monitor parity between USDM/ADM-EDM/WM vehicles.
ADM/EDM 2008-2010 ADM/EDM Mitsubishi Evolution X GSR/MR
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Well just as the title implies, and I know this is probably a noob question but I just want to make sure I can do this before I install the tru-boost. So heres my question: Would I be able to use my AEM tru-Boost EBC and still be able to tune the car with Cobb AP??
(SOLD) is my Cobb accessport...I'm going on sea duty for 2 years so I won't be playing with evo for a while...selling it for 380$ USD shipped price is firm...Not in a hurry to sell this so don't low ball me...I'm still keeping and building my evo so it doesn't matter if this gets sold or...
- Cobb Stage 1+ AMS 93 octane map, v. 108
- loaded map into Access Tuner Race (ATR)
- hollywood's "tune MAF for your intake" 'how to:'
- opened the sensor calibrations > MAF calibration table
- tried to modify the MAF volt range of 1.32 by selecting it in ATR and then hitting 'M'...