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Please be patient with me lol. :biggrin:

I am thinking of getting rather agressive with my Cobb OTS Stage 2 map as follows:

I don't really intend to run the car at WOT and ever hit much past the top of 3rd gear.

I see that most of the problems with spiking and creep transpire for most of you that like to go at higher speeds.

I am trying to build a quarter mile and/or 0-60 king around my TD04. Couldn't I get more agressive with the boost at lower speeds using my WRX WGA and tighten the WGA more and go with the STI pill?

After I am done, and as long as I don't go past say ~ 100 mph I would have a vehicle with boost that comes on quicker and doesn't exceed target boost but come damn close to it no?

Unless of course the ECU pulls back the WGDC?

Any thoughts?

Again, I am thinking of speeds that transpire during 0-60 blasts and no more than quarter mile speed.
 

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Please be patient with me lol. :biggrin:

I am thinking of getting rather agressive with my Cobb OTS Stage 2 map as follows:

I don't really intend to run the car at WOT and ever hit much past the top of 3rd gear.

I see that most of the problems with spiking and creep transpire for most of you that like to go at higher speeds.

I am trying to build a quarter mile and/or 0-60 king around my TD04. Couldn't I get more agressive with the boost at lower speeds using my WRX WGA and tighten the WGA more and go with the STI pill?

After I am done, and as long as I don't go past say ~ 100 mph I would have a vehicle with boost that comes on quicker and doesn't exceed target boost but come damn close to it no?

Unless of course the ECU pulls back the WGDC?

Any thoughts?

Again, I am thinking of speeds that transpire during 0-60 blasts and no more than quarter mile speed.
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