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This is a discussion on Bought a wrx for cheap but with issues.... within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by burdo1990 I would Deff buy a Cobb sf intake and a Cobb accessport. Then I would do ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by burdo1990 View Post
    I would Deff buy a Cobb sf intake and a Cobb accessport. Then I would do all the maintenance and flash to the stage 1 or 2 map once all is well and fixed. You'll be find with a fmic and bov.

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    Map notes for the Cobb OTS maps specifically say what mods they can be used with, and neither a FMIC or BOV are compatible. Regardless, a protune will provide much better results, and probably cost less in the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nube View Post
    Ok p0420 is the cel code I'll check for the front o2 in a sec and it does have stock rear o2
    The P0420 is for the rear O2. I doubt that car has been tuned for the mods.
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    Or, in other words, if you put in the work you might have a great car for your effort, but it might not be the most economical approach.

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