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    Bone stock '11 wrx Cobb ap

    Would/is there a tune for the Cobb ap that would make a difference on a stock car?

    Just bought it and obviously the Cobb AP is something ill need eventually just wondering if there's any horses to b unlocked from a stock car
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    There are no requirements for the stage 1 tune...bone stock will work for it just fine

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    Nice what kind of increases have people seen?

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    That gave me all my answers thank you!

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