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1. No matter what tune even stock tune...when I WOT the boost pressure spikes to 62 and higher at times. It never fails after I reset the ap.

2. Miles to Empty is excessively high. I noticed since day one after my first tune the M toE it went up over 400. Now im about 1/4 tank and the m to e reads this. When I top it off later tonite ill post another pic also with the boost spike.


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I've had mine since October, but I almost never have it hooked up. But the miles to empty will correct itself as it learns.

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I believe I have, but I don't usually have it connected. I'll check it out later. I'm at work and the AP is at home.

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1. No matter what tune even stock tune...when I WOT the boost pressure spikes to 62 and higher at times. It never fails after I reset the ap.

2. Miles to Empty is excessively high. I noticed since day one after my first tune the M toE it went up over 400. Now im about 1/4 tank and the m to e reads this. When I top it off later tonite ill post another pic also with the boost spike.


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I've seen pictures of the AP where boost was over 300 something, I believe COBB addressed it. I can't remember what actually makes this occur, but there was no problem/issue just something that occurs here and there.
 

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It was happening back to back for me afyer I flashed to stock earlier today.

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Mine usually shows the unusually high boost spike numbers when I first start the car. I reset the min/max for all monitors and it goes away.
 

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The unusually high looking boost spike is just the ECU spitting out a single moment of bad data. Nothing to worry about, though in know it can be a bit annoying. Hopefully we can filter this out one day. The miles to empty is just something the car has to relearn and goes away after a tank fill up.

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I havent had the boost spike, but mine is showing my peak torque at 313ft/lb. I know there is no way thats accurate when I only have the Cobb filter and AP. Unless that debadging really did add 65ft/lb ;)
 

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I havent had the boost spike, but mine is showing my peak torque at 313ft/lb. I know there is no way thats accurate when I only have the Cobb filter and AP. Unless that debadging really did add 65ft/lb ;)
I don't think 300 TQ is unreasonable, factor in the correction from crank to wheel and your looking around 260-270 WTQ which is very obtainable with AP stage 1 :)


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I don't think 300 TQ is unreasonable, factor in the correction from crank to wheel and your looking around 260-270 WTQ which is very obtainable with AP stage 1 :)


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Which is a crazy amount of TQ out of a 1.6L with an itty bitty turbo. Not to shabby. The miles to empty I wouldn't worry about. Mine does that with out any tune.
 

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I havent had the boost spike, but mine is showing my peak torque at 313ft/lb. I know there is no way thats accurate when I only have the Cobb filter and AP. Unless that debadging really did add 65ft/lb ;)
313 Nm = 230 ft. lbs. tq.
 
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Cobb confirmed the estimated torque monitor is in Newton meters


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This was fixed in the February firmware update for all torque monitors.

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