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COBB Subaru NexGen Stage 2 to NexGen Stage 2 + Flex Fuel Package Upgrade
Subaru STI 2015-2021
Features & Product Details
This product is developed as an extension to our lawful Nexgen Stage 2 power system that is compatible with all states of America. The Nexgen Ethanol Content Sensor Kit and Fuel Pressure Sensor Kit are mandatory to work in conjunction with the supporting Nexgen Stage 2+FlexFuel off-the-shelf maps
How Does It work?
The nexgen ethanol content sensor and fuel pressure sensor kits work together to give users the ability to make the most out of their nexgen stage 2 power package. With these kits, users can easily switch to the higher ethanol content fuels that are available at e85 fueling stations.
Subaru NexGen Stage 2 to NexGen Stage 2 + Flex Fuel Package Upgrade STI 2015-2021
NexGen Flex Fuel Ethanol Sensor Kit
Fuel Pressure Sensor Kit
Required for COBB NexGen Stage 2+Flex Fuel OTS Maps
This part is legal under the provisions of EPA’s Anti-Tampering Policy. COBB Tuning has established a reasonable basis (testing results) to verify that this product allows the vehicle to operate within legal emissions standards and is therefore legal to be sold for on-street use in all states that accept the legal provisions of the Clean Air Act and EPA’s Anti-Tampering Policy.
NOT LEGAL FOR SALE OR USE IN CALIFORNIA ON ANY EMISSION-CONTROLLED MOTOR VEHICLE.
Testing with the California Air Resources Board, in order to achieve 50-state compliance is pending. Once testing is complete with California, and an EO number is issued, this product will be updated to 50-state legal status.
Carb Restricted Shipping
If an Item is CARB exempt it means that it has undergone an engineering evaluation by CARB (California Air Recourses Board) and is shown to not increase vehicle emissions. If an item is CARB Exempt it will have an EO (Executive Order) number associated with it. Even if an item has an EO number it is not guaranteed to be CARB exempt for your vehicle. It is important to confirm that your Year Make and Model fall under the CARB EO number associated with the part. That can be confirmed either by checking the CARB website or the manufacturers website.