and with the AccessPort, you can get tunes that will work for a range of cars (so its not specific for yours, but still very effective. obviously a custom tune will yield the most from your car) for 600 and no dynno time needed. plus downloadable ones like STX Map for autocrosses, valet, etc.athakur999 said:No, you can use generic maps. Now that Cobb ProTuner software has been released you will be able to get it custom tuned by an appropriately equipped shop if you so desire though. But as long as you stay within the mods recommended for each of Cobb's generic maps you don't need to do any custom tuning.
The following mods are within reasonable price:carbuff73 said:Hi everyone, I am a new 9 2-X 'Linear' owner, and I like it. But after few months, I want more power now. I was wondering is there anyway I can increase performance and power of my Linear? Is it worth to do that? But spending few thousand dollars to upgrade my Linear or shall I just cut the loss of few thousand dollars and get an Aero. I do lots of 'in city' driving, and heard lots of complaints of the turbo lag of the Aero. How bad is it?
thank you so much