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2015 + WRX Top Mount Intercooler Kit

One of the most important upgrades you can make to almost any turbocharged car is a more efficient intercooler.  Factory intercoolers are designed to be most efficient at stock power levels, so when we start generating additional heat with higher boost levels the stock unit can become overworked and quickly reach a point of heat...

Australian 2020 and 2021 WRX 6MT Support

We are extremely pleased to announce the immediate availability of the Accessport, Off The Shelf Maps, and Stage Power Packages for the Australian 2020 and 2021 Subaru WRX 6MT!  Historically, the Subaru WRX is a car that BEGS to be modified and this still holds true.  The Accessport allows users to flash a completely stock car and pick...

All New Coolant Overflow Tank for 15+ Subaru WRX/STI

Subaru Coolant Overflow Tank STI 2015-2021, WRX 2015-2021 Stock Coolant Overflow Tank The OEM Coolant Overflow Tank for the 2015+ WRX/STI does its job well enough. However, the cheap plastic material is ugly and will potentially crack over time.  This is especially true when driving hard and going through extreme heat cycles.  Also, it’s shape...

2021 Subaru WRX Support

Subaru’s 2021 WRX 6MT is now fully supported within the COBB product line.  We have confirmed fitment of our bolt-on upgrades such as the Big SF Intake System, Top Mount Intercooler (both black and silver), and Air/Oil Separator.  The SUB-004 Accessport comes loaded with Off The Shelf Maps to support all of our common bolt-on upgrades.  For...

2019 Subaru WRX Support and Subaru Accesstuner Updates

Our Subaru team is excited to announce two major updates!  Full tuning support, including Stage Power Packages and Off The Shelf Maps, is now available for the USDM 2019 Subaru WRX (6MT Only).  Subaru Accesstuner software has also received updates and new tables/monitors for select vehicles.  USDM 2019 STI and WRX CVT owners, don’t fret. ...

New Black Core Subaru FMIC Kits and 2015+ WRX/STI Cat-Back Exhaust Revision!

Introducing a couple of minor but exciting changes to the COBB hard parts line-up for your Subaru!  The COBB Front Mount Intercooler kits for 2008-2014 WRXs and STIs are now available with a Black Intercooler Core option and our 2015+ WRX / STI Cat-Back exhaust now features a stamped COBB logo in the muffler canisters....

Product Release : Subaru BPV Adapters & Intercooler Piping, Volkswagen COBB Knob & Boost Tap

We are proud to announce some exciting new parts for supported Subarus and Volkswagens! Subaru FMIC BPV Adapters Want to keep your bypass valve but have a new intercooler kit with a different connection? Use the COBB BPV Adapter to fit a standard Subaru flange BPV to a 1″ universal tube connection.  This adapter can be...

New Subaru Products – 2011-2014 WRX FMIC Kit, 2015+ WRX/STI License Plate Delete, Replacement Air Filter

New Subaru products for June 2016 include a 2015+ WRX/STI License Plate Delete and a Front Mount Intercooler Kit for the 2011-2014 Subaru WRX.  Also available are the all new 710 Series Oil Cap and 1.3Bar Radiator Cap! Subaru Front Mount Intercooler Package for 2011-2014 WRX   Looking for an effective solution to eliminate inconsistent power...

2015 WRX Tuning Results : 344 WTQ / 313 WHP

We have enjoyed seeing all of the 2015 WRX custom tune results being posted around the ‘net and decided to jump in with our own after a bit of playing around with our car on the Austin R&D dyno today. While this combo of parts isn’t likely to be an pre-configured OTS “StageX” package that is available...

2015 Subaru STI Development Update – COBB SF Intake Testing

So, you’ve probably seen some pretty cool early results from hardware swaps on the 2015 STI platform.  But, have you seen any actual data besides some basic dyno charts with really high smoothing?  Probably not. Lucky for you, we’re here to provide actual quantified data behind the madness. Many people were initially disappointed that our first...

Pikes Peak Hill Climb Part 3 – Race Day

The Porsche 991 Turbo S sponsored by Porsche of Colorado Springs, Zuvu TV, BBi Autosport, COBB (and so many others) came First Place in the Time Attack 2 class for the 2015 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb!  Woohoo!!  Here’s a look at the complete run featuring GPS tracking and vehicle data imported from an Accessport...

Turbo Tech Part 1: How Turbochargers Work

Many enthusiasts are constantly looking for ways to squeeze more power out of their engines.  One way to accomplish this is by providing more air and fuel into each cylinder allowing the potential for more powerful explosions.  This can be done several different ways like making the cylinder bigger (larger bore/stroke), keeping valves open longer (camshaft changes), or...

COBB Tuning Insider – An Interview with Chris Haag

At COBB Tuning, our engineers and calibrators work like crazy to develop the AccessPORT for new and existing applications, create and verify performance vehicle maps, improve the tuning process, and design exhausts, intakes, and front mount intercoolers. But what happens when you have a question about a feature on the AccessPORT or you just need...