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This is a discussion on Stage 2 Dyno within the Tuning: Electronic Engine Management forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; If you look at the Cobb dyno image for Stage2 on their website, you'll see a similar loss at the ...

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    If you look at the Cobb dyno image for Stage2 on their website, you'll see a similar loss at the wheels compared to their map notes (in bhp).

    I bought the intake for both perf and sound. Not sure if it's added any hp, but it does sound cool. I've had no problems using the cobb maps with it.

    Of course, I'm protuned nowadays..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavia View Post
    If you look at the Cobb dyno image for Stage2 on their website, you'll see a similar loss at the wheels compared to their map notes (in bhp).

    I bought the intake for both perf and sound. Not sure if it's added any hp, but it does sound cool. I've had no problems using the cobb maps with it.

    Of course, I'm protuned nowadays..
    Do you think in that case that Stage 1 worth it for the meantime, then? Or would you forgo it entirely and jump to Stage 2? 300 hp (crank) is pretty decent...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnot View Post
    Do you think in that case that Stage 1 worth it for the meantime, then? Or would you forgo it entirely and jump to Stage 2? 300 hp (crank) is pretty decent...
    Stage 1 is definitely worth flashing to. It's not the power, but the car runs so much smoother. It's the map that should have came stock with the car.
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    [QUOTE=Pavia;2338395]Stage 1 is definitely worth flashing to. It's not the power, but the car runs so much smoother. It's the map that should have came stock with the car.[/QUOTE

    Thanks for the insight. I think I'll just kill it all at once and go Stage 2, once the suspension is finished up.

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    i am waiting for my dp to get here so i can go stage 2...but in the meantime ive been stg 1 over the weekend and i have noticed a small increase in power and overall smoothness of the car

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRX_Karl View Post
    i am waiting for my dp to get here so i can go stage 2...but in the meantime ive been stg 1 over the weekend and i have noticed a small increase in power and overall smoothness of the car

    Nice--I appreciate the input. Trying to gauge the visceral difference between the two stages.

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