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    Nice. Decent article. My TBE just arrived yesterday, and the uppipe should be in next week. Mucho fun about to happen...
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    Oh yes, its very very nice! I have the Cobb AP and Cobb catback and it is awesome!
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    Very nice review+ dyno charts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by josnroh
    Very nice review+ dyno charts.
    Interesting dyno technique though, not done at the wheels but at the wires?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micah
    Interesting dyno technique though, not done at the wheels but at the wires?
    correct. i have the dyno software as well. it's does give a good before/after comparison of mods. teh #'s are about what a Dynojet or DynaPak would be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quack
    correct. i have the dyno software as well. it's does give a good before/after comparison of mods. teh #'s are about what a Dynojet or DynaPak would be.
    Where can I find out more about this software? What hardware is required?

    I've got a laptop - might be a nice tool to have.
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    I work at a shop which owns an AWD dyno and Cobb does some of their tuning there, its pretty sick to see so many Subies all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micah
    Where can I find out more about this software? What hardware is required?

    I've got a laptop - might be a nice tool to have.
    http://dynamic-dyno.com/

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