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    Registered User RedgraveWRX's Avatar
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    Question Newbie with some questions! :D

    Hey everyone! I'm new here and was hoping you guys might be able to help me out. So I have a 2011 WRX sedan and I have the Perrin DP, Invidia Q300 catback, as well the Cobb AP. I'm going to be looking at getting an intake next like either the AEM or Perrin, but I don't feel like I've learned enough about cars/tuning in general to really make solid decisions next. What do you guys think my next mods should be and how do I go about getting a specific tune for my car with my AP?

    Thanks for your time everyone.

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    and the Funky Bunch Calvinball's Avatar
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    If by "specific tune" you mean you want a totally custom tune, you would need to find a tuner near you that is reputable. Some tuners use the AP to tune, some don't. I would worry about finding a good shop first, then worry about whether they use the AP second. If they don't, you can always sell it for most of your money back.

    I have no advice for tuning shops in Hawaii though.

    If you don't have access to a local tuner, there are etunes you can buy that would support that level of modifications. They won't be quite as good as a protune, but they will be pretty good.

    You might even be able to use Cobb's stage 2 map that is preloaded on your AP, but I believe they only have a map that supports the AEM, not the Perrin, intake. Read the notes.
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