This is a discussion on First for me "Red WRX 2012" within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Jabbathewhat On a slow night about 10 suburbs out there. On a good night close to 25-30! ...
I'm kind of digging the Suby Beetles (unless that is just my monitor).
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I've had mixed results with the Cobb base maps. Some cars take them like a champ, some knock pretty bad.Originally Posted by mycologist
Both are reflash mediums, so they are similar.Originally Posted by mangostick
One is a handheld device, the other is an interface you connect to a computer.
Cobb offers support for their maps, Tactrix doesn't (unless you purchase a map from a third party). Romraider forums have a lot of members willing to help diagnose/tune the car.
If you already have a laptop, for the 3G cars, it's cheaper to go the OpenECU route with a Torqued Performance map than to buy a Cobb AP. I've liked the TP maps I've seen so far.
I went the OpenECU route (I already had a laptop), others choose Cobb. It's up to you, neither is a bad choice. I may end up switching over to Cobb, since they offer speed density tuning for the 32-bit ECUs.
pretty sure the shifter just lowers the length of the stick and/or shortens the throw
LOL ignore i was reading page 1.... FAIL