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    Dyno Results of My Protuned Cobb Accessport Stage 2

    Just got my 2006 WRX Wagon protuned today. Asked the protuner at Precision Tuning in Lakewood, NJ for a safe protune with my Cobb Stage 2 Map. Below is the baseline and final run. They did 4 dyno's with a road tune. Attached are JPEG's of the baseline and final run dyno sheets. I'm pretty happy. What do you think?

    1st Run (OTS Cobb Stage 2 Map)
    Horsepower at the wheels: 237.91
    Torque: 289.40

    2nd Run (Protuned Stage 2 Map)
    Horsepower at the wheels: 253.27
    Torque: 295.84

    Thanks Precision Tuning!
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails baseline_ots_stage2.jpg   protuned_stage2.jpg  
    Protuned Cobb Accessport Stage 2, Cobb Intake, Cobb Catback Exhaust, Cobb Catted Downpipe, Cobb Hardened Shifter Bushings, Kartboy Shifter Lever, Kartboy Rear Shifter Bushing, Perrin Afta-Maf Silicone Airbox Hose, 1 Step Colder NGK Iridium Spark Plugs. Dyno'd = 253 AWDHP, 295 AWDTRQ

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    looks good. the power comes on smoother and doesn't drop out between 3-4k like it did on the off the shelf map
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    I think it looks great ... 2.5L > 2.0L.

    ... must get a protune ... (in a monotone voice)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 04.SPT.WRX View Post
    I think it looks great ... 2.5L > 2.0L.

    ... must get a protune ... (in a monotone voice)
    Agreed, and I would love to swap to a 2.5, but I just can't justify building a 2.5 to swap into my WRX when the 2.0 is running just fine. Last time I started figuring out an engine build good for 450-500whp the price jumped north of 15k pretty quick - for that kind of investment I'd rather trade in my 350Z and move up to something nicer and faster like a used Corvette. (Kerbeck Corvette > Corvettes for Sale > Used Corvette Inventory)
    Torch Red 2002 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 46k mi.
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    Looks pretty sweet. I was wondering why they had the AF suite that rich untill I looked at the 2nd pic and saw they corrected (lowered) it

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    agreed. that 1998 with 39k miles for 18 and change is sweet. take that bad boy down to slp down in toms river, new jersey and your chasing nissan gtr's.

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    Protuned Cobb Accessport Stage 2, Cobb Intake, Cobb Catback Exhaust, Cobb Catted Downpipe, Cobb Hardened Shifter Bushings, Kartboy Shifter Lever, Kartboy Rear Shifter Bushing, Perrin Afta-Maf Silicone Airbox Hose, 1 Step Colder NGK Iridium Spark Plugs. Dyno'd = 253 AWDHP, 295 AWDTRQ

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    tuner did 4 runs and adjusted as we went along. 2nd run had 303 pounds of torque. more than what i wanted. precision tuning was really understanding that i drive the rex as a daily driver to work and put on about 90 miles a day. during the road tune, we stopped at the light. tuner started laughing. i asked what was so funny. he replied, "sooner or later, you're gonna get that dude in a honda civic si with intake, header and exhaust reving his engine at you with no idea that you've got a wrx with a protuned stage 2. plus thinking that it's a FAMILY WAGON." i replied, "i've seen the dyno sheets on a catback exhaust for an si. it was like a 3 horsepower gain. not 30 like they think. $600 exhaust for a 3 horse gain!"

    thanks for replies guys!
    Protuned Cobb Accessport Stage 2, Cobb Intake, Cobb Catback Exhaust, Cobb Catted Downpipe, Cobb Hardened Shifter Bushings, Kartboy Shifter Lever, Kartboy Rear Shifter Bushing, Perrin Afta-Maf Silicone Airbox Hose, 1 Step Colder NGK Iridium Spark Plugs. Dyno'd = 253 AWDHP, 295 AWDTRQ

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