The BETA release of the COBB Tuning AccessPORT for the 2011 Subaru WRX is now available for download from COBB Tuning. The AccessPORT for the 2011 WRX is the only hand-held ECU reflash and interface device available for the 2011 WRX allowing enthusiasts to instantly increase and monitor the performance of their vehicles! The AccessPORT is completely plug-and-play with Stage1 calibrations pre-loaded in the firmware and ready for install. Stage1+AEM Intake calibrations are available for download from the 2011 Subaru WRX AccessPORT Map Database. Stage2 maps and AccessTUNER Race tuning software will be available for download with the full release of the 2011 Subaru WRX AccessPORT, targeted for October 10, 2010.
Stage2 AccessPORT calibrations for the 2010 Legacy GT are now available for immediate download from COBB Tuning! Immediately increase the performance of your downpipe-equipped Legacy GT with these latest maps and take advantage of the added performance of a free-flowing exhaust! These calibrations are designed for cars with an aftermarket downpipe only. Gains will only be realized on vehicles so-equipped. These maps do not feature COBB Tuning’s Boost-Select feature.
Cobb Tuning are reworking the COBB EVO X cat-back exhaust so that it will also fit on the Ralliart. During this rework, we have the opportunity to change the exhaust tip design. The following poll will be used to determine which tip design we will produce. Click the image to vote in the poll. http://www.cobbtuning.com/info/?id=5545
Power: 662 HP @ 6,300 rpm 648 lb-ft TQ @ 4,400 rpm
HPE660 Supercharged Upgrade Includes:
# • TVS2300 Supercharger System
# • High-Flow Cylinder Heads
# • Hennessey HPE660 Camshaft
# • Stainless Steel Long Tube Headers
# • High Flow Catalytic Converters
# • Fuel Injector Upgrade
Well we did mention that the SpecM name was tentative and today we’ve heard another rumor from sources close to Nissan that the R35 GT-R “Gentleman’s Edition” will launch in the Japanese market as the Nissan GT-R Egoist. While the name seems insane to us it’s not too far outside the bounds of Japanese naming schemes so that we’d completely rule it out. The SpecM nameplate is likely to be kept in markets outside Japan however so don’t completely cross it off your wish list just yet… On the topic of rumors from sources close to Nissan Japan, here’s another we’ve just heard. Those folks hopeful that 520ps is the new peak power figure for the 2012 GT-R might be surprised to learn they can expect to be dissapointed. After seeing this figure making its way around blogs and forums one might start quoting it as fact by now but to this date no figure has appeared either officially or leaked. In the true spirit of it not being over ’til the fat lady sings, we’re now told by our reliable sources that 530ps – 540ps is more accurate. I’ll leave that last one out there…
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