140MPH on a base map is your issue...Rexbeast39 said:I did and they said that drop in the DAM is Typical when goin that hard. And it should fix itself within 30 to 50 miles. If not reset the ECU. If it returns then its a issue. Im talkin sustained 140+mph hard. Right to the brink. 2017 WRX
Catted DP/Cobb Bigg SFDoes the car meet the modification requirements for Cobb S2+? You're not running a catless downpipe, are you?
Assuming your car satisfies the map notes, you should contact Cobb about the issue; you're paying not only for their device and map, but their support of the product they are putting out.
Those are generic maps, if you are on a track you need to have the car tune specifically for the exact setup.
Thats the thing. My setup was: Catted J-pipe, Borla Catback, Cobb Big SF. Got 93 Octane In the tank. Flashed at Stage 2+ 91 Octane. I think i might have just ran it to hot? Do you think I did irreversible damage?Those are generic maps, if you are on a track you need to have the car tune specifically for the exact setup.
If you have a catless down pipe, or an intake not Cobb supported that kind of run can detonate your engine right now. Even wailing on your car if everything is functional and correct it shouldn't pull global timing.
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Unless the car was custom-calibrated for the setup you have, it is a base map. If you're using a map from Cobb that anyone can download from their site, it's a "base map".Rexbeast39 said:
Must have had heavy Exhaust back pressure at high speeds? It was poppin. U think I should just go easy on it for 50 miles and it should resetReading:
RomRaider â€¢ View topic - Subaru's knock control strategy explained
In that article, IAM = DAM (OpenECU / Cobb call it a different parameter, but it's the same thing)
Basically, your car pulled timing globally because it detected enough detonation from the active knock control strategy.
I'm not familiar enough with the FA motor tuning (merchgod got hired by Cobb, and the ECU hasn't been released on OpenECU), but exhaust gas back pressure has been an issue with previous WRX motors in the past. When paired with an intake, it made things worse. The 2015+ WRX could suffer this same issue.