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This is a discussion on To Cobb or not to Cobb... within the Tuning: Electronic Engine Management forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Is it possible to store other maps on an AP?...

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    Is it possible to store other maps on an AP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Cobb AP vs OpenECU (Tactrix/Romraider/ECUFlash)



    That's not an argument against Cobb. You don't have to use their exhaust parts to use their mapping. The only "Cobb-only" map would be one of their SF maps, but they include a mapping for the AEM intake, as well.
    What is SF? See this frequently and haven't been able to figure that one out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zataks View Post
    What is SF? See this frequently and haven't been able to figure that one out!
    This:

    COBB Tuning - Subaru SF Intake Kit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Upgrayedd View Post
    Is it possible to store other maps on an AP?
    It's the usual. You can also temporarily load a map to the ECU without flashing it. (Cobb has a "valet mode" map to limit the power when you have the cart valet parked. There's also an economy mode.) I don't know whether the ECU has to relearn its settings if you put on one of those maps and then return to a performance map, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobkn View Post
    It's the usual. You can also temporarily load a map to the ECU without flashing it. (Cobb has a "valet mode" map to limit the power when you have the cart valet parked. There's also an economy mode.) I don't know whether the ECU has to relearn its settings if you put on one of those maps and then return to a performance map, though.
    So if I had an AP and bought a TP map, I could store it on the AP? That would be sweet, best of both worlds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Upgrayedd View Post
    So if I had an AP and bought a TP map, I could store it on the AP? That would be sweet, best of both worlds.
    Yes. Look at Eric's website, you'll see that you have to choose whether you're getting Accessport maps or Opensource maps from him.
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