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This is a discussion on engine management within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I've read the stickies, and quite a few other mod posts and I realize EM is very important even when ...

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    I've read the stickies, and quite a few other mod posts and I realize EM is very important even when just begining modifications. I'm looking at the Cobb Stage II power kit and it comes with the AP, for management. My question is would it be better to get an EM kit like the Turbo XS ( http://www.rallysportdirect.com/shop...2_555_607.html ) and mate it with the Cobb TBE, or just use the Cobb AP that comes with their TBE?
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    The AP can do just about anything the Utec can as far as basic tuning. I'd recommend finding whoever is the closet reputable tuner near you and figure out what they like to use. You can use any TBE and see just about the same gains. I am a fan of invidia DP's, and the CBE is all prefernce due to the wide variety of noises/loudess the exhaust comes in.
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