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What map should I install I just picked up a accessport and I have few parts in car a intake cat-back and rmm, wondering if a base map is what I should stick with.
 

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Is it ok to use stage 1 map if all parts are not cobb?
Brand of the parts doesn't matter. It'll work the way it should as long as you have the correct part in general.

Stage 1 is considered a car with an intake installed.
 

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https://cobbtuning.atlassian.net/wiki/display/PRS/Ford+Focus+ST+Map+Notes

Map Notes

Stage1 Maps
Intake Requirements: Stock airbox with stock/COBB air filter, or COBB intake system
Exhaust requirements: Stock exhaust, or COBB catback exhaust system


Stage2 Maps
Intake Requirements: COBB front mount intercooler or equivalent and COBB intake system or equivalent
Exhaust requirements: Stock exhaust, or COBB catback exhaust system


Stage3 Maps
Intake Requirements: COBB front mount intercooler or equivalent and COBB intake system or equivalent
Exhaust requirements: COBB catted downpipes or equivalent and COBB catback exhaust system or equivalent


Hope that helps,
Mark
 

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https://cobbtuning.atlassian.net/wiki/display/PRS/Ford+Focus+ST+Map+Notes

Map Notes

Stage1 Maps
Intake Requirements: Stock airbox with stock/COBB air filter, or COBB intake system
Exhaust requirements: Stock exhaust, or COBB catback exhaust system


Stage2 Maps
Intake Requirements: COBB front mount intercooler or equivalent and COBB intake system or equivalent
Exhaust requirements: Stock exhaust, or COBB catback exhaust system


Stage3 Maps
Intake Requirements: COBB front mount intercooler or equivalent and COBB intake system or equivalent
Exhaust requirements: COBB catted downpipes or equivalent and COBB catback exhaust system or equivalent


Hope that helps,
Mark

One last question after you load the tune do you need to keep accessport on mount or can u keep it in glovebox unplugged I don't want it stolen?
 

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One last question after you load the tune do you need to keep accessport on mount or can u keep it in glovebox unplugged I don't want it stolen?
Your preference, once it's flashed it's done. Most of us keep it mounted to monitor gauges and health of tune and fuel
 

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So it stays on ecu once it's unplugged? I will do that while driving but if going to be parked I wanted to lock it up
The tune file and firmware is indeed flashed to the ECU. Post-flashing, the AP becomes a real-time monitoring tool and log file collector. So the car runs no differently post-flash with the AP connected or disconnected.

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