This is a Snap, Crackle, 'POP' Add-on feature, available for most Accessport tunes running the following maps. (not available for Open Source):
- iaTUNING current and prior maps
- COBB OTS Maps where a cat-less exhaust is present
Applications Presently Supported (electronic throttle body)
- STi 2004-2019
- WRX 2006-2014 (we're working on 2015-present currently, contact for more details)
- Forester 2004-2008
- Legacy 2004-2008
Base parts suggested:
- manual transmission
- Catless exhaust only (may cause harm to catalytic convertors and no noise generated)
The intended use is strictly for Off Road Use / Race track only and never on a street driven vehicle in the USA. Feel free to email us for additional details in the meantime.
Q1: Which maps can this feature be added to?
A1: The feature can only be added to COBB OTS maps as well as iaTUNING Maps.
Q2: Can this feature be added to a different Tuner's map?
A2: No, their maps are often locked and we do not wish to have liability for someone else's base work.
Q3: I noticed the POPs get louder the more days the map is uploaded. Is this normal?
A3: Yes, it is normal that the feature becomes louder over the course of the first few days of driving.
Q4: Do I get just 1 POP map?
A4: No, we include 3 maps, each with varying noise levels (quiet to loud). You can then decide which is the best. Also, since no 2 cars are the same, not every POP map will create a noise. Sometimes 3 of 3 make noise, and other times 2 of 3 make noise. For those maps that do not make noise, we recommend deleting them from the Accessport so as not to be confused in the future.
Q5: Why is my care less loud than the video example car?
A5: The type of exhausts will dictate the overall noise. Example: A straight pipe will be louder than a stock cat-back.
Q6: Are the POP maps be locked?
A6: Yes, they are locked so as to avoid user tampering issues.