You would lead your car to a slow, agonizing death. Protune is the best option if available. Access Port is the next. And getting a tactrix cable and downloading an internet tune is the cheapest. Just depends on how much money you're willing to spend.Troll? No? What would happen if I didn't tune it? And would I need to get a pro tune or something..
By the way I have a 2011 wrx
He may not even throw a CEL...I didn't throw a CEL when I put my DP on and drove for a few days until my tuner could get me in. He was surprised when he didn't see a CEL and even asked if I had reset the ECU. You'll be fine as long as you don't romp on it. OP do not take that as, "oh he said he was fine." I will take your car away and put you in timeout.DP = Stage 2. Yes, you must tune for it. Best case: CEL. Worst case: blown motor.
Maybe...no way to tell what would happen unless he does it.I'd think he'd at least get the CEL for the cat insufficiency.
This is the question of the century. Some people say yes, others say no. Best option, don't get one until you need one. The stock airbox isn't that restrictive so unless you really want the intake sound, save your money.Alright, um what about an intake? would I need tune for that too?
Then don't get it because you will have to tune for the intake.I don't have the money to get a stage 2 tune, I have the money to get an intake though, I'd be getting an AEM or K&N, for around $250, but if I have to tune it, then I'm not going to get it, because i don't have the money for a tune.
I hate to be Debbie Downer,but the BOV is a bad idea.Wow that sucks :/ And with a bov i wont need a tune right..