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      12-03-2012, 04:26 PM   #1
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I just wanted to say that i love the Cobb tune, stage 1 drive is a great improvement over stock and there is so much more potential with FMIC/DP.... Support is great also, overall i am very happy with Cobb..
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and with stage1 drive you barely scratched the surface

did you try sport and logs were bad? just trying to see why you went for drive
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Congrats. The Cobb tune has a lot to offer. I was very happy when I switched from the JB4 to Cobb.
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and with stage1 drive you barely scratched the surface

did you try sport and logs were bad? just trying to see why you went for drive
Funny you say that, i actually switched to sport map this morning, going to take logs to see if the car likes it, Arizona 91 octane is piss water and cobb recommends drive but said to try sport as logs looked good on drive, we'll see, fingers crossed.
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Log, Log, Log --- If you have access to E85, I'd recommend dumping some in. Depending on how much you blend, it'll help clear up your timing corrections and will let you run a more aggressive setting (Sport/Aggressive)
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Congrats...I felt the same way when I loaded Cobb on my 135. +1...what he said ^^^ get some DPs
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