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    Question about flashing stage 2

    I just got my downpipe and am going to a shop today to get it installed. I know I need to avoid driving it on my current stage 1 map, but would it hurt to drive it 3-4 miles home before I flash stage 2? Thanks, its a 2010 and I'm using TP maps
    "If my calculations are correct, when this baby hits 88 miles per hour... you're gonna see some serious sh*t."

    '10 WRX DGM Sedan: CNT Catted DP, SPT Exhaust, Perrin STS adapter/bushings, TP Stage 2

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    3-4 miles isnt completely outrageous. just dont get in to boost and drive like a grandma.

    what's stopping you from flashing it right at the shop youre taking it to though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxtreme06 View Post
    3-4 miles isnt completely outrageous. just dont get in to boost and drive like a grandma.

    what's stopping you from flashing it right at the shop youre taking it to though?
    I think I might, I would rather be home in case I have any issues so I'm not stranded, plus i would rather have my laptop plugged in (even though its newer and the battery usually last 4 hours).
    "If my calculations are correct, when this baby hits 88 miles per hour... you're gonna see some serious sh*t."

    '10 WRX DGM Sedan: CNT Catted DP, SPT Exhaust, Perrin STS adapter/bushings, TP Stage 2

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    I drove my car around for three days with the catless DP and stock tune. Just avoid boost when possible, the car drove 100% fine until I got it tuned. Wit no boost, the risk of detonation is pretty much non exsistant

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