Cobb AP Sub-003 Stage1 93octane stock intake and exhaust 2012 Wrx
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This is a discussion on Cobb AP Sub-003 Stage1 93octane stock intake and exhaust 2012 Wrx within the Tuning: Electronic Engine Management forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hi Guy's, I installed my Cobb AP yesterday and flashed to the Stock Satage 1 93 Octane map. Call feels ...

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    Cobb AP Sub-003 Stage1 93octane stock intake and exhaust 2012 Wrx

    Hi Guy's, I installed my Cobb AP yesterday and flashed to the Stock Satage 1 93 Octane map. Call feels much smoother and seems to be running great but when I tried a data log the numbers are all jacked up. I'm running negative boost pressure all the time according to the log. Can anyone tell me what format to save it in so I can show you? Also I went through the steps to log data but it would not allow me to reset the log before , I push the OK button and nothing happens. Any suggestions? Thanks, OM

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    Cobb AP Stage 1 93 Oct. 2012 WRX WTF?

    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BxKB...it?usp=sharing Does this make sense to you guy's? I'm looking at logs and mine is nothing like theirs. 2500 to close to redline with pedal flat on the floor and the TP sensor say's that? It's all messed up.

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    Edit: I'm an idiot, I can see it.

    Not sure how the new APs work with logging, but I'm guessing maybe you messed up when you started/stopped recording. This looks like it started recording right after a pull, as you slowed down. In other words, when you hit the button or whatever to stop recording is when it started.

    Happens sometimes. Reread how you are supposed to start/stop recording with the AP and go out and try again.
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    I looked at the log and with my very limited knowledge, I could see that from the start of the log to the end, it appears as if you are decelerating. You're in negative boost because you're in vacuum and not applying enough throttle to be in (positive) boost. Not to mention, your throttle position never goes above 30, so there is no way you were flooring it; a true "WOT" datalog is 100% throttle position.

    My guess is you started the log, when you probably thought you were ending it, seeing as your log starts at 6468 RPM. If this is the case, I think you need to read through the instruction manual and the FAQs on Cobb's website on how to datalog properly.

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    Thanks Calvin, I will give it a try tomorrow and see what I did wrong...

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    Thanks Olen! Apparently I am a dooflewood

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    No harm, no foul. As with anything, always do your research and make sure you read the directions

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