Where is the serial number on a Cobb AccessPort?

Where is the serial number on a Cobb AccessPort?

In the “Help” menu, click the “About AccessPort” option. C) In the “About AccessPort” menu, scroll down to “Serial Number Sticker”. You should find a 10 digit serial number there.

Are Cobb AccessPort universal?

Each Accessport is only compatible with certain vehicles. With many platforms, it can even be specific vehicles through specific model year ranges.

What does Hwg mean Cobb?

1) After flashing, you don’t have to leave the AP connected unless you want to us the gauges, data log or change maps. 2) HWG is a map tuned for high wastegate pressure if you aren’t hitting target boost. 3) There are a bunch of good write ups on which gauges to use and what they mean.

Are Cobb OTS tunes Safe?

Yes they are safe. They are nothing more than a tool to simplify the tuning process (and yes they do show nifty gauges as well). As a tool though it enables you to use different maps on your car tailored to whatever modifications you have.

How do I find my Audemars Piguet serial number?

Where to find the Audemars Piguet serial number? Every Audemars Piguet timepiece has a movement number which is engraved on the manipulator, usually next to the balance wheel.

How do I find my AP serial number?

You can also find the serial number when the AP is connected to AP Manager. Simply connect your AP to AP Manager and click the “AP Info” button. The serial number will be in the middle of the popup window.

Are Cobb tunes free?

The maps come pre-loaded on the Accessport and are also available for a free download here. Professional Dyno Tuning: Visit a local tuner in the COBB Professional Tuning Network to have a custom map created and loaded on your Accessport for for maximum power gains.

What do you need for Cobb Stage 2?

Stage 2

  • Intake Requirements: COBB SF Intake – Required.
  • Turbo Inlet. COBB Turbo Inlet Hose – Required.
  • Intercooler. Stock intercooler- Required.
  • Cam-Driven Fuel Pump: Autotech High Volume Fuel Pump (CDFP)- Required.
  • Exhaust Requirements:
  • Downpipe.
  • Boost Targets.
  • All other intake, exhaust, and engine components must be stock.

Are Cobb tunes any good?

Absolutely. Though I definitely notice the horsepower increase and enjoy it, I think the Stage 1 tune vastly improves the WRX at what it does best – being One Car To Rule Them All. It’s easier to drive, easier to control, and the power builds more predictably than stock.