Cobb accessport v2 used or should I get the v3
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    Cobb accessport v2 used or should I get the v3

    Hey sorry if this isn't the right place to post this, I am still learning this thread thing. So I have a 2014 wrx and I am almost at my 1000 miles break in. I am excited to start enjoying the car as is but I came across a v2 for $300 used. I could probably talk him down a bit more. So should I do this or just wait and get the v3 later on once I am ready to start moding. Or should I get the v3 now? I am not wanting to do a tone to the car, just the basics, turbo back, intake, bigger tmic. Thanks for your guys help

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    Wait and get the v3 if you plan on modding the car and keeping it for a while. I debated the same question a month ago and I ended up going v3.

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    Ok cool thanks guys I will wait a bit and get the v3. Is that something I should get now or am I ok waiting a bit? I have read on other forums that our cars have really bad maps on them stock that hurt the car?

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    Are the benefits to a Cobb Access Port night and day? I am getting one very soon. I know of the device I just dont have experience with one yet. I would care more for personal opinions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steers View Post
    Ok cool thanks guys I will wait a bit and get the v3. Is that something I should get now or am I ok waiting a bit? I have read on other forums that our cars have really bad maps on them stock that hurt the car?
    It's a crapshoot. You'll be going from one one-size-fits-all map to another. Any given car might be fine on the stock map, or might have issues. Same goes for Cobb's map. The Cobb will give a bit of a power bump and smooth out power delivery.

    I personally waited for a while to tune so I had a good half of the warranty mileage gone.
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    I guess I need to start saving for the v3 as well. I just bought an 05 Wrx about a week ago that had the AP v1 (I am assuming since it doesnt look like the v2 or v3 lol) with its ots stage 2 map. Probably a good investment to get the v3 if you/I plan on keeping the car for a long period of time.

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