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    Cobb or utec ecu

    Need help guys I have a 07 wrx turbo back exhaust turboxs no cat short intake and I keep over boosting what ecu is the best to get I know the utec is very good but haven't hearded much of Cobb I plain to do front mount and turbo upgrade very soon
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    COBB is plug & play... You must follow their mods to get the best of the OTS maps. Having said that, you can always get a pro-tune for/with the AP ATR... And put anything on there you want...
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    or go open source... Why do poeple rarley consider this as an option when in fact its one of the best
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    Yea I can drive to turboxs in de in under a hour and a half but every shop up by me it's all utec non of them do the open tune which would be nice buy they don't and of course turboxs says the utec is the beat and easitest system to use I do t know o just wana run full throttle and not to worry about it blowing up my turbo lol

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    OP i'm struggling to read your posts. can you please use punctuation? not trying to be an ass or anything but its 5:30 AM and i have to re-read them few times because they're just big run-on sentences.

    it'll help get better responses if we can understand what you're saying

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    Quote Originally Posted by evo eatr View Post
    Yea I can drive to turboxs in de in under a hour and a half but every shop up by me it's all utec non of them do the open tune which would be nice buy they don't and of course turboxs says the utec is the beat and easitest system to use I do t know o just wana run full throttle and not to worry about it blowing up my turbo lol

    If you do consider Open Source..check out they guys at Turbotek tuning I believe they are located in Philadelphia...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvoEatr
    If you do consider Open Source..check out they guys at Turbotek tuning I believe they are located in Philadelphia...
    He moved to MA, but I believe he still occasionally goes back and might be willing to do a road tune via OpenECU
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    Quote Originally Posted by evo eatr View Post
    Yea I can drive to turboxs in de in under a hour and a half but every shop up by me it's all utec non of them do the open tune which would be nice buy they don't and of course turboxs says the utec is the beat and easitest system to use I do t know o just wana run full throttle and not to worry about it blowing up my turbo lol
    TurboXS is in Maryland, not Delaware.

    The meantime, you need to stay completely out of boost until you get tuned.

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