Mazdaspeed3 NexGen Stage 2 Power Packages and Maps

COBB has, and will always strive to be innovators. We don’t just participate, but drive necessary change and lead from the front. With that in mind, we’re proud to release new “NexGen” Power Packages and associated OTS Maps for the Mazdaspeed3 platform.

NexGen Power Packages re-establish the modification and upgrade paths for supported vehicles that have been impacted by the removal of downpipes. These packages provide similar performance and excitement while maintaining legal emissions standards.

These NexGen Stage 2 and Stage 2+ Power Packages and OTS Maps are the next step in the modification path from our existing Stage 1 and Stage 1+ Power Packages and OTS Maps.

All Mazdaspeed3 Power Packages and OTS Maps are emissions compliant, available in 49 states, and are in the Executive Order process at CARB.

Check out the latest COBB NexGen Stage Packages and maps for your 2007-2013 Mazdaspeed3.


2007 – 2013 MazdaSpeed3 NexGen Stage Packages

COBB NexGen Stage 2 for 2007 – 2009 Mazdaspeed3Stage 2 Gen1

The COBB NexGen Stage 2 Package for 2007 – 2009 Mazdaspeed 3 Includes

  • MAZDASPEED Accessport V3
  • Mazdaspeed3 SF Intake System
  • Mazdaspeed3 Airbox Gen1
  • MAZDASPEED3 Front Mount Intercooler Gen1 2007-2009
  • Mazdaspeed3 LF BPV
  • MAZDASPEED Fuel Pump Internals
  • MAZDASPEED Turbo Inlet Hose
  • COBB Vehicle Badge

COBB NexGen Stage 2+ for 2007 – 2009 Mazdaspeed3MAZ002NG12P_main

The COBB NexGen Stage 2+ Package for 2007 – 2009 Mazdaspeed 3 Includes

  • MAZDASPEED Accessport V3
  • Mazdaspeed3 SF Intake System
  • Mazdaspeed3 Airbox Gen1
  • MAZDASPEED3 Front Mount Intercooler Gen1 2007-2009
  • Mazdaspeed3 LF BPV
  • MAZDASPEED Fuel Pump Internals
  • MAZDASPEED Turbo Inlet Hose
  • MAZDASPEED3 Gen1 SS 3″ Cat-Back Exhaust
  • MAZDASPEED3 Gen1 Exhaust Hanger Kit
  • COBB Vehicle Badge

COBB NexGen Stage 2 for 2010 – 2013 Mazdaspeed3Stage2 Gen 2

The COBB NexGen Stage 2 Package for 2010 – 2013 Mazdaspeed 3 Includes

  • MAZDASPEED Accessport V3
  • Mazdaspeed3 SF Intake System
  • Mazdaspeed3 Airbox Gen2
  • MAZDASPEED3 Front Mount Intercooler Gen2 2010 – 2013
  • Mazdaspeed3 LF BPV
  • MAZDASPEED Fuel Pump Internals
  • MAZDASPEED Turbo Inlet Hose
  • COBB Vehicle Badge

COBB NexGen Stage 2+ for 2010 – 2013 Mazdaspeed3Stage2plus Gen2

The COBB NexGen Stage 2+ Package for 2010 – 2013 Mazdaspeed 3 Includes

  • MAZDASPEED Accessport V3
  • Mazdaspeed3 SF Intake System
  • Mazdaspeed3 Airbox Gen2
  • MAZDASPEED3 Front Mount Intercooler Gen2 2010 – 2013
  • Mazdaspeed3 LF BPV
  • MAZDASPEED Fuel Pump Internals
  • MAZDASPEED Turbo Inlet Hose
  • MAZDASPEED3 Gen2 SS 3″ Cat-Back Exhaust
  • MAZDASPEED3 Gen2 Exhaust Hanger Kit
  • COBB Vehicle Badge

 


Power Gains

NexGen Stage 2 vs Original Stage 2

You’ll notice that the COBB GESi catted downpipe is no longer apart of the Stage 2 package.  It’s a common misconception that these cars can’t make power on the stock downpipe.  Check out the dyno chart comparison below.  All of the above packages will use the same NexGen Stage 2 Off The Shelf Map.

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The above dyno chart compares the old Mazdaspeed3 Stage 2 map to the new NexGen Stage 2 map.  As you can see, the gains are very similar with the NexGen map having a bit more peak torque.  Even on the stock downpipe and stock cat-back exhaust, not only does the NexGen Stage 2 package and Off The Shelf map make similar power as the previous version, it does so retaining 49 state legality.  And, we expect CARB approval with an EO# to be issued soon making it 50 state legal.

We’re looking forward to releasing additional NexGen maps and packages for other platforms in the near future.  Stay tuned…


9 responses to “Mazdaspeed3 NexGen Stage 2 Power Packages and Maps”

  1. Will the Cobb team be producing a NexGen set up for the VA Chassis STIs? Since the removal of downpipes I have been nervous about even purchasing a catted downpipe as I am unsure if that would work with a custom tune. can you provide insight?

    • Hi Anthony,

      We’re looking to release something very soon! As for the custom tuning, you should be able to accomplish your goals but I’d recommend getting with whomever you plan on having tune the car and making sure they’re able to do what you need done.

      [email protected]

  2. It’s good to see that you guys are still pushing for more power while still being legal for emissions.

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