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The COBB Tuning AccessPORT for the 2011 Subaru STI is now available from COBB Tuning and all COBB Tuning Dealers and
ProTuners. The AccessPORT for the 2011 STI is the only hand-held ECU reash and interface device available for the 2011
STI allowing enthusiasts to instantly increase and monitor the performance of their vehicles! The AccessPORT is completely
plug-and-play with Stage1 and Stage2 calibrations pre-loaded and ready for install!

The AccessPORT is the industry leading OEM ECU ashing, managing and monitoring assistant. Unlock power hidden
within the ECU by replacing conservative factory settings with more aggressive calibrations. The result is impressive gains
in torque and horsepower while maintaining a high degree of safety. The AccessPORT comes with pre-installed maps that
are optimized for common performance modications.

Tuning exibility ranges from simply loading one of the included performance maps designed for common modications,
all the way to complete custom map authoring using our powerful AccessTUNER software. Extract maximum power from
virtually any modication while retaining the drivability and sophistication inherent in the OEM ECU.

The 2011 STI AccessPORT also includes “Boost Select” functionality built into the maps. These new maps allow the SI-Drive
to select two dierent boost settings. Boost can be increased in varying increments from “S” mode to “S#” mode using the
SI-Drive knob on the y giving the control to go from “Driving Miss Daisy” to “Bullit” performance with the twist of a knob!


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