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COBB Tuning AccessPORT V3

MODEL # COBAP3-SUB-004

$675.00


  • Q: Subaru STI 2015  JFHerr2 months ago

    Can I run an ets extreme catback with a cobb intake just on map 1?
  • Q: Battery charger to change maps  ScoobiesteveWRX2 months ago

    Once I have the initial install done, will I need to be connected to a battery charger to switch between maps?
  • Q: Exhaust   Dk3 months ago

    Can I do stage 2 Cobb tune with Cobb sf intake And invidia cattess down pipe or need pro tune Getting different answer from everyone
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Having a catless downpipe will make you run into boost spiking problems possibly. It is best to get a protune if you go that route.

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  • Q: Ets intake   Rarewrx3 months ago

    2016 wrx ets intake with an acessport what map do i use or what etune works the best
  • Q: Maps  Lj__h3 months ago

    If I have a 2008 wrx what map would I use for an aem intake and invidia exhaust?
  • Q: 2015 wrx  WallyB3 months ago

    I have a 2015 wrx I'm having a gfb bov and a invidia n1 single exist installed.. I have a cobb ap and I'm wondering if I would need a pro tune or if there was a map I could use in the meantime..
  • Q: Accesport  Tonio7603 months ago

    I have a 15 wrx have a AEM CAI and a Single exit just bought an accessport and ran a stage 1 would my car mess up even tho theres no OTS for the AEM?
  • Q: What map ?  Vtc1361553 months ago

    I have a Cobb access port V3 and I want to know what maps I should run for maximum torque and HP for my 2016 WRX I have a Boomba Blow off valve and a full MRT catless system ( downpipe mid pipe and exhaust ) and a Mishimoto performance cold air intake. . thanks in advance
  • Q: 2018 WRX  n_mo3 months ago

    I have installed nameless axle-back muffler delete, nameless midpipe, and a Cobb big SF intake on my 2018 WRX. Days away from putting on cobb’s accessport. I am wondering what other parts are needed to be able to run a stage 2 map. And if it is an exhaust component needed, would it be smart to stick to nameless to match rest of my system. Thanks
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  With your current mods, you'd want to run the Stage 1+ SF map, to move to the Stage 2+ SF map, you'll need to add an upgraded catted J-pipe, and delete the 2nd boost restrictor pill. Brand on the J-pipe doesn't particularly matter with this map, as long as it is catted.

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  • Q: Tunes  Frosty3 months ago

    I have an AEM cold air intake and Invidia single exit cat back on my 2017 STI, is there an OTS map on the V3 accessport that I could use or would I have to get a custom tune?
  • Q: Access port  biqbal024 months ago

    I don’t have an access port but I have a invidia up pipe and down pipe and Cobb shirt ram intake do I need a tube and accessoport?
  • Q: Best preloaded map  VTRU4 months ago

    I have a 2019 STI with a Cobb intake and invidia r400, what preloaded map do you recommend for this stage 2? And I also only run 91 gas
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  You would run their Stage 1+ map for for your setup, Stage 2 is meant for stock intakes with aftermarket catted downpipes.

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  • Q: Do I need tuning?  șoferul 4 months ago

    I have a 2015 WRX STi with catted invidia DP and R400 installed also AEM could air and GFB blow valv open 50/50. Will it be safe to drive Without getting tuned?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  You would require a custom tune for your setup, Cobb does not offer an OTS map for it. You'd also likely want to upgrade your injectors/fuel pump, an aftermarket intake with a downpipe tends to max out stock fueling very easily.

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  • Q: Cobb stage 2+  tariqaldarraji4 months ago

    I have a WRX 2015 Limited stock. Is it possible to just start out with the acessport and a Cobb air intake before I get the down pipe and exhuast?
  • Q: map selection  Teo4 months ago

    I have a 2018 STI with a Mishimoto intake, and Invidia turbo back catted. Which map should i be using. currently in California.
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Cobb does not have an OTS map for the Mishimoto intake, you'll want to have the vehicle custom tuned. In addition, the 15+ STI's will typically need injector/fuel pump upgrades before you can run a downpipe and intake together. The stock fuel system does not flow enough to run both together. You would also be able to put the stock intake back on and run Cobb's Stage 2 map.

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  • Q: 2011 Wrx  Crawdad 4 months ago

    I have a 2011 wrx. It is currently pro tuned. My tuner is 3 hours away, so if I change something on my car, is there a way that my tuner could send an updated tune to my accessport without actually having the device? And how would I go about doing that?
  • Q: cobb ap  Jose5 months ago

    I have a perrin intake, catless invidia j pipe and mid pipe with a muffler delete, is there any map that I can run for this set up?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Unfortunately, Cobb does not have OTS maps available for the Perrin intake or for catless J-pipes.

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  • Q: Cobb AP   Fullsendsti5 months ago

    Hi , I own a 2018 wrx sti and was looking to purchase the aem cold air intake but wasn’t sure if Cobb has a tune that works with the intake system...
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Cobb does not have an OTS map that will work with AEM's intake, their maps for your 18 STI are currently only for the Cobb Intake.

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  • Q: What tune  Stidham5 months ago

    I have cat back exhaust,catless downpipe, cai, intercooler,symposer delete
  • Q: What tune?  Ridgelend245 months ago

    I have a grimmspeed cold air intake, invidia catted 2bung dp. Grimmspeed boost solinoid and Cobb blow off valve. Do I need a professional tune when I install or can the access port load a tune to the car?
  • Q: How would I tune my Wrx  Blubee6 months ago

    Hi, so far I have a AEM Cold air intake and Invidia cat back exhaust. I plan on getting the Invidia j pipe exhaust also and the Cobb accesstuning port, but so far iv read comments on the access port working with Cobb parts mainly and if it’s not a Cobb part the tuning isn’t as easy or somewhat great in comparison. If I get the next 2 upgrades would I be able to go to stg 1 or 2 with what I have (brand wise) or how would I go about it?
  • Q: Tuning  22_STI_Tbriggs7 months ago

    If i were to run a 2018 STI with ETS Catback, COBB Downpipe, COBB SF Intake, Could the Access Port tune that set up? Or does every modification need to be made by COBB?
  • Q: 2018 WRX STI Stage 2 question   Paraiso0111 7 months ago

    I have the Cobb intake, Cobb downpipe, and aftermarket exhaust. Will the Cobb stage 2 map be sufficient for my supporting mods?
    • 0 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Here are the requirements to run a stage 2 tune. Stage2+BigSF 91 Fuel Requirements: 91 octane or better Intake Requirements: COBB Tuning BigSF Intake and Airbox System (Part # 745100 for 2015-2017, Part #745110 for 2018) Exhaust Requirements: Upgraded J-pipe with high flow catalytic converter Upgraded cat-back exhaust (stock exhaust acceptable) Boost Control Requirements: Deleted 2nd restrictor pill (between Tee and wastegate actuator). Boost Targets: ~20.5psi peak boost pressure tapering down as you approach the 6900RPM redline, +/- 1.5psi.

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  • Q: Wrx ets intake and invidia r400  Kyle_9097 months ago

    Just baught a cobb ap and i was wondering if i could run the stage 1 big sf tune ?
  • Q: Cobb access port and intake   Nick7 months ago

    I have a 2017 Subaru wrx with a mishimoto cold air intake and access port . If I uninstall my access port , do I have to put the stock intake back on right away or can I wait a few days ? Going back to stock and selling my access port today but not sure if I have to take my intake off as well
  • Q: Mishimoto exhaust and a cobb tune  kswiz7 months ago

    I have a mishimoto catback and a mishimoto cold air intake and plan to get the high flow cat downpipe from mishimoto, would the cobb tune work with this combo
  • Q: Cobb intake without accesport  Cobb cai 7 months ago

    I’m about to buy a 2015 wrx that has a Cobb cai do you need to have the accesport to run the vehicle with the intake?
  • Q: AP Map for 2017 Wrx  Justin 7 months ago

    I have an ETS intake and an ETS turboback exhaust. My pro-tune isnt for 20 days. What is the recommended map to use?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Unfortunately, Cobb does not have an off the shelf map for the ETS intake at this time. I'd recommend either switching back to your factory intake and running Stage 2 (assuming you're running the catted ETS J-pipe), or requesting that your tuner send you a safe base map to run until your tune.

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  • Q: Cobb Stage 1 Requiring Professional Tune?  BruceMoose418 months ago

    I have a 2019 WRX base and all I have additionally installed is a K&N Filter and a Private Label MFG muffler delete. Purchased an AP and flashed to stage 1 93 octane high waste gate. The car runs amazingly. My question is, if I do not plan to add anything additional to add power and leave car as is, do I need a pro tuner. I had a friend that knows much more than me and he said all of the gauges are showing that its running great. A pro tune is a lot of money and if I don't need it, I would rather not do so.
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Stage 1 will work just fine for your car, without any mods there is no need for a pro tune.

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  • Q: Cobb Stage 2 Map with ETS downpipe and catback exhaust  rickkeslinke8 months ago

    Can I use the Cobb map with the ETS exhaust system on my 2016 WRX? Thanks.