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    flat foot shift with TP map?

    Hi everyone. I have an AP, the newer one but I'm using a TP stg1 map, with Cobb intake. Can I still use the fss or do I have to load a Cobb map for it? Thx

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    Youll need a the tinywrex patch, it has LC and FFS, hope your good with computers
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    NVM misread your post, tinywrex is for opensource.
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