You currently do have to send your ECU in. Upon purchase from us or any other authorized COBB dealer, COBB ships you a pre-labeled box for your ECU to ship overnight to them. They turn it around within 24 hours and overnight it back to you.Don’t you have to ship the ECU in first?
Right, either way, your ecu is permanently modified. Maybe the good old days are gone.Does the tuner void your warranty? Sounds like this is a forever change. What if you don't like it, can it be returned to stock?
In the United States the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act protects consumers from manufacturers. That said, altering the ECU and doing engine mods is probably an easy justification to reject a warranty claim. Particularly if it's engine related. Also, having the ECU altered is easy for a dealer's service department to find out. Unlike possibly "piggyback" methods. Which could be more difficult for the dealer to find out.
There are those that are either willing to take the risk of voiding their warranty or can pay for any issues out of their own pockets. However, I don't think most people can. I know I wouldn't want my warranty voided.
The ECU mod itself is not easily detectable (unless you open the ECU), COBB has a jig for opening, modifying and resealing the ECU so there is no outward appearance of being modified. The ECU can be flashed back to stock (or any map you choose) at any time by you with your AccessPort in about 30 seconds.Does the tuner void your warranty? Sounds like this is a forever change. What if you don't like it, can it be returned to stock?
Assume you are doing a before/after dyno.I have not got it dynoed yet. I have to figure something out with the whole dyno mode issue. Sometime after new years I will dyno it. Hopefully first week or two of January.
Assume you are doing a before/after dyno.
Wow you are a serious mod guy. I can't wait to see what you get out of your GTS. I just hope the PDK and rear differential is up to the task.... I really wanna see this thing 500+ hp. We all need to hope the new GT4 is some variation of a flat 4 so that people will start making mods for this thing and at least have a bunch of carryover mods.
Not too much space available for upfitting a more effective ICAC....I have asked several intercooler makers about building me a new one for the car but haven't gotten good feedback...
Care to explain ?APR has started working on the 718 and they think the fueling might be an issue, but this is preliminary testing.