2017 Focus ST3
Mine fits tight. I didn't even have to use the double sided tape with it.Thanks! I found the cobb manual last night and read through some of it; found the section on shift lights and other setup for the gauge screen. I want to try the 4 gauge running afr and boost on a larger, bar-style gauge, maybe changing to it after car warms up (I like watching oil temp during warm up)--I've always stayed out of >1 second WOT pulls, or completely out of WOT until the gauge on dash reads > 1/4, but having a real number is easier to interpret.
Also pretty sure that I read the LC feature (and likely FFS) require one of the 'Performance' tunes -- aka Stage 1 or greater, and not the Eco or Stage0/Stock. (Not that I need to be using LC on my All seasons..but really just want to hear what the car sounds like.. >< I had a guy revving at me at a light the other night and wanted to rev back. haha I know, dumb..) So I'll be trying 87 oct Stage 1 after I change plugs. I run 91, but I'd rather be very conservative with Cobb's OTS tunes from all I've read on OTS maps in the past..I hope to have a custom tune soon anyway. I'll be monitoring Ign. Correction Cyl. 1 as well as OAR too.
Question for anyone running the Cobb A-pillar mount: should it fit close/tight to the a pillar, or do you have a gap? I have the one end hooked over the top, and the other sitting just against the body weather strip, I just installed this new weather strip and didn't want to mangle it, but should it go over or under the strip some?? I'll try to do a bit more digging and find pics/videos, but figured I'd ask quick.