Performance Maps Now Available for 2011 Forester XT

COBB Tuning is pleased to announce performance maps for 2011 Forester XT AccessPORT users.  These calibrations give 2011 Forester XT users the full capabilities and ease of use of the COBB Tuning AccessPORT. Stage1 and Stage2 93, 91 and ACN91 calibrations are available as well as non-performance Valet and Anti-Theft maps. The addition of Off the Shelf performance maps brings complete AccessPORT support to the 2011 Forester XT enjoyed by countless turbocharged Subaru performance enthusiasts.

All maps are available in both Normal and Low-Wastegate versions in 93, 91 and 91 ACN octane fuels. For performance and hardware information, please review the Map Notes for these calibrations. No firmware updates are needed to use these calibrations on your AccessPORT-equipped 2011 Forester XT. These maps are available for immediate download from the 2011 Forester XT AccessPORT Calibration Download Page.

The AccessPORT brings hand-held ECU flashing, managing and monitoring convenience to the 2011 Forester XT, unleashing untapped power and fuel efficiency hidden within the ECU by the push of a button. The AccessPORT lets you quickly reprogram your car’s ECU from the comfort of the driver’s seat in just minutes. Quickly install performance-tuned calibrations for impressive power without any tools, wiring, soldering or downtime. Simply plug the AccessPORT into your car’s OBDII port, install the desired calibration and immediately enjoy the thrill of big gains in torque, horsepower and fuel efficiency!

The AccessPORT is the only tuning solution that offers this level of simplicity with unmatched control of the Subaru ECU. Choose from COBB Tuning’s free Off-The-Shelf calibrations that match your car’s modifications for plug-and-play convenience. For those users looking for a custom calibration, our extensive COBB Tuning Pro-Tuner network supports E-Tuning for remote custom tuning and professional dyno tuning for extracting maximum power for your specific setup. No other tuning solution matches the breadth of tuning capabilities offered by the COBB Tuning AccessPORT.

The AccessPORT allows you to carry all of your calibrations with you wherever you go. Flash the ECU with a map that is most appropriate for your current activity, such as the Staged performance maps for everyday spirited driving, the Fuel Economy map for long highway drives or inclement conditions, the Anti-Theft map for secure parking, or the Valet map when handing your car over to parking and service attendants. Carry maps for multiple fuel grades to adjust the tune for available fuel. You can even switch to a race gas map for those trips to the track and get that extra bit of power for maximum performance.

ECU flashing is just one aspect of the AccessPORT’s capabilities. The vibrant color screen and intuitive user interface allows you to interact with your car like no other tuning solution. Performance mode lets you measure 0-60mph times, ¼ mile trap speeds and elapsed time and simulate a dyno for before-and-after mod comparisons. Fuel Economy mode lets you watch your average and instantaneous MPG as you drive. Display real-time gauges and datalog up to 10 hours of data with access to 34 data channels such as; boost, air/fuel ratio, wastegate duty cycle, intake air temperature, spark advance and more. Scan for diagnostic codes, read the code description and clear codes to perform your own troubleshooting. And when it’s necessary to remove the AccessPORT, the uninstall process is simple, taking under 10 minutes to restore the ECU to its original condition.

The AccessPORT from COBB Tuning is the most comprehensive hand-held ECU flashing, managing and monitoring device available for the 2011 Forester XT. Satisfy your hunger for more power and control. Access the potential of your new Forester XT today!

For more information on the AccessPORT support for the 2011 Forester XT visit our Product Information Page or visit the COBB Forums or call us at 1-866-922-3059. Be sure to LIKE the COBB Tuning Facebook page and follow us on Twitter!

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