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    Invidia catless down pipe check engine light?

    If I were to get invidias catless downpipe and install it on my 11 wrx with Cobb AP would it set the p0420 code?

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    It should disable that code. However, catless downpipes aren't supported by the base maps Cobb supplies, and you could run into issues.
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    So unless I fork out the cheddar for a pro tune I should stick with a high flow cat down pipe?

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    Plus I don't even know anyone in the area with an awd dyno

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonesx0x2x4x View Post
    Plus I don't even know anyone in the area with an awd dyno
    a protune doesnt always have to be done with a dyno.

    there are dyno tunes and street tunes

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    you can get a map from torqued performance. His maps support a catless DP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonesx0x2x4x
    Plus I don't even know anyone in the area with an awd dyno
    Synapse, but they're rediculous with their pricing. Last I heard, they wanted $600 for an OpenECU S1 reflash, and I wasn't impressed with the map they put on a friends Evo.

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    a protune doesnt always have to be done with a dyno.
    As mentioned, I've never had issues street tuning. Then again, I'm not really all that familiar with good logging roads in Cohoes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Synapse, but they're rediculous with their pricing. Last I heard, they wanted $600 for an OpenECU S1 reflash, and I wasn't impressed with the map they put on a friends Evo.



    As mentioned, I've never had issues street tuning. Then again, I'm not really all that familiar with good logging roads in Cohoes.
    Lmao lets put it this way cohoes streets are more holy then our churches and last I heard synapse doesn't have awd just 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by WrxPower View Post
    you can get a map from torqued performance. His maps support a catless DP.
    These maps u speak of I can download to my Cobb tuner or a different software?

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    Check it out. Eric uses the cobb access tuner for his maps to go on your cobb. The access tuner doesnt work with Mac computers so he was able to send me a map though a email were I jus had to drag over to my ap. very easy. Plus you send him some logs and if need be he will adjust and send you a new revised map for your car.

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    Cool man thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonesx0x2x4x View Post
    Cool man thanks
    No prob man!! Keep us posted.

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    Will do mind u I still have to order all these things and install blah blah blah

    I'm thinking the invidia 3 inch divorced catless to a invidia q300 or maybe even cut it down to a single tail pipe kit not sure yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonesx0x2x4x
    Lmao lets put it this way cohoes streets are more holy then our churches and last I heard synapse doesn't have awd just 2
    They got the AWD dyno last year, I believe. Unless they didn't see the business sense, I'd assume they still had the Dynapack

    There are better options in our area for tuning solutions, FYI.
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