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    Passing inspection

    I know there are ways of passing inspection with aftermarket parts and I have been searching and found no good threads about that. I have a "13 WRX and I was debating on the Cobb APv3 or try using open source software, and I plan on building my car up. On other cars I know you can shut off the CEL, i.e. P0420, with software on certain vehicles. Am I able to do the same with both options? Also do I need a tune for installing a light weight fly wheel?

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    With a good tune, you won't likely have an CEL's anyway as long as the car is properly running. Which state do you live in? Of course all the laws/regulations will vary from state to state.

    What's your interest in installing the lightweight flywheel? If you need a clutch, it's not a bad idea. If you're doing a standalone install, you won't gain a lot from it. I don't think you'll need a tune, but I'm not 100% sure on that, you may want to consult your tuner of choice.
    I have an STi with an intake and no tune, I never change my oil, and my wheel spacerz are mad tyte.

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