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    Hey all,

    I just installed a Magnaflow 3' Catback, I also just bought a used an "Un-Married" V2 Accessport. I'm trying to go Stage 1 at the moment on a 2011 WRX Limited. Stock Intake. My question is:

    Do I just install the Map given to me on Cobb's website (for California) for Stage 1? Or is there something else I should install?

    Thanks Y'all!

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    I would think so. catbacks dont really add performance.

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    Make sure the map is designated for the octane you are using, whether it's 91 or 93. I believe however for California it should be ACN91.

    I believe Stage1 ACN91 MTv300.ptm is what you should be using based on the stock intake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Be- View Post
    Hey all,

    I just installed a Magnaflow 3' Catback, I also just bought a used an "Un-Married" V2 Accessport. I'm trying to go Stage 1 at the moment on a 2011 WRX Limited. Stock Intake. My question is:

    Do I just install the Map given to me on Cobb's website (for California) for Stage 1? Or is there something else I should install?

    Thanks Y'all!
    Yup just install and load the map. Make sure to do some datalogging after to make sure the car is reacting ok to the tune. Post the log up on here if you want some people to take a look at it for you for any obvious signs of concern.

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    Thats what I figured, but thought I would ask first. Thanks!

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