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COBB Tuning – Accessport V3

  • Price: From $950 - Call for pricing.
  • Model Compatibility: Refer to table for supported models.
 

The COBB Accessport is the world’s best selling, most flexible, and easiest to use ECU upgrade solution for your Nissan GTR R35, Mitsubishi EVOX, Mazda MPS3 & 6, Ford Focus ST and selected BMW models. Unlock power hidden within the vehicle by replacing conservative factory settings with more aggressive calibrations. Follow our staged upgrade path with pre-loaded Off-The-Shelf (OTS) maps or use custom mapping for any modification level. It’s the last engine management solution you’ll ever need.

COBB TUNING – ACCESSPORT V3 – MODEL INFORMATION

Make Model Year HP
Increase
Torque
Increase
HP
Increase
Torque
Increase
DYNO MORE
Stage 1 Stage 2 + FMIC
 BMW 135i 2008-2010 +21% +28% 46% 50% GRAPH VIDEO
Stage 1 Stage 1 +
BMW 135i 2010-2011 +18% 26% +19% +35% GRAPH VIDEO
Stage 1 Stage 2 + FMIC    
BMW 335is 2007-2010 +30% +38% +51% +55% GRAPH VIDEO
BMW 335is 2011-2013 +8% +6% +31% +21% GRAPH VIDEO
BMW 535i 2008-2010 +30% +38% +51% +55% GRAPH VIDEO
BMW Z4i 2009-2013 +30% +38% +51% +55% GRAPH VIDEO
BMW Z4is 2011-2013 +8% +6% +31% +21% GRAPH VIDEO
BMW 1M 2011 +4% +15% N/A N/A GRAPH VIDEO
Stage 1 Stage 2
Ford Focus ST 2013 – 2014 +10% +20% +17% +20% GRAPH VIDEO
Stage 1 Stage 2
MAZDA MPS3 2007-2009 +9% +16% +33% +40% GRAPH VIDEO
MAZDA MPS3 2010-2013 +9% +16% +33% +40% GRAPH VIDEO
MAZDA MPS6 2006-2007 +17% +13% +23% +20% GRAPH VIDEO
Stage 1 Stage 2
MITSU EVO X 2008-2010 +21% +9% +21% +19% GRAPH
MITSU EVO X 2011-2013 +13% +14% +19% +16% GRAPH
Stage 1 Stage 2
NISSAN GTR 2008-2010 +10% +12% +12% +15% GRAPH VIDEO
NISSAN GTR 2011-2013 +2% +9% +8% +16% GRAPH VIDEO

Notes:

  • Non performance maps available including, Valet & Anti theft mode.
  • Power and torque increases are based on 98 octane fuel and are indicative only.
  • Stage 1 & 2 Packages include additional Cobb tuning parts.
  • Nissan GTR R35 available with or without TCM re-flashing.
  • Custom mapping available for all models with before & after dyno graph.

 

 

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HPF Warranty

HPF power packages are warranted for the parts and services installed by HPF. Please contact us for more information.

Additional Notes

  • We recommend all vehicles coming to HPF for tuning run 98 Octane fuel. Please contact us if you have a need to use different fuel.
  • Power figures listed are estimated kilowatts at the flywheel based on results typically obtained by HPF on HPF’s dynos. Typically these are based of a manual vehicle with standard driveline and standard wheels and tyres. Actual power can vary based on each specific vehicle.
  • Modifications such as this package require the vehicle to be in excellent mechanical order.
  • We advise against increasing the power output substantially on high kilometer engines, if your engine has in excessive of 150,000kms please contact us to discuss options.
  • Whilst every attempt is made to ensure prices listed online are correct, they are subject to change at any time.
  • Additional parts may be required in some cases depending on the condition of the vehicle. Cost of these parts and additional labor required may incur additional cost.

19 Comments please add yours...

  1. avatar

    Do you guys have any retune packages for 2008 focus xr5 turbo?

  2. avatar

    hi guys,
    Does a Cobb v3 support Catless DPs on my 335i, or do I have to go with catted DPs
    Cheers

  3. avatar

    Hi,

    I just recently bought a 2009 335i and want to tune it. I have ordered the BMS DCI as well as the AR Design catless downpipe. Which stage map should I use for my 335i with those mods from the Cobb tune? And how much does it cost for the Cobb Accessport?

    Thanks

    • avatar

      We are currently selling Cobb AP’s for $1195, this will change once our current stock runs out as the dollar is effecting the price heavily at the moment. I cannot advise on map selection.

  4. avatar

    Hi there I have a mazda 3 mps mazdaspeed and want to know if you make more horsepower with the cobb or with a mazdaedit. All my friends say mazdaedit is better but I love the cobbs.

    • avatar

      Hi Alex,

      It will not make a difference. If your engine makes maximum power with say, 18 psi of boost, 12 degrees of ignition timing and with the air fuel ratio at 11.7-1 and you can do that ‘Macgyver style’ with a tooth pick, an old shoe lace and a bottle of apple juice then you will make as much power as the guy tuning with the COBB AP or Maz-edit. Maz-edit is cheaper and very effective, the Cobb AP offers far more ‘cool’ features, is just as effective but at a higher price.

      Its not rocket science and there is no such thing as magic.

      If you want the best tune for your Mazda, get it tuned on a dyno by a professional tuner.

  5. avatar

    Hey guys,

    What would be the most power I could get from my stock turbo Mazda 3 MPS?
    What supporting mods would I need to get the most from the tune?
    Can you tune for more than 30% E85?

    Thanks, Trojan.

    • avatar

      Hi Trojan,

      By tuning the ECU you can gain around 20-25kw at the wheels. We can tune to any level of E85 but then you must always run that same percentage.

  6. avatar

    Hi There

    I have a BMW 335i e90.
    Are you able to do a custom tune using the Cobb access port? And will the cobb custom tune be any different to the hpf euro tune?
    Just want the added flexibility of all the features in the access port.
    Approx cost?

    Thanks
    T

    • avatar

      Hi T,

      We can custom tune your 335i with a COBB AP or with the HPF Euro-tune software and as you say the AP does give you the added flexibility of all the APV3 features. Tune only is $1195, tune and Cobb AP V3 is $1895.

      • avatar

        Hi Matt

        Thanks for the info

        So if my understanding is correct, for $1895 I would get my COBB device with all the preset COBB tunes + 1 HFP custom dyno tune?

        I am interested in downpipes + tune, however have read that the COBB downpipes do not fit Right Hand Drive models. Do you guys have other brands like Agency, AR design, Evolution Raceworks etc ?

        Also if I made future hardware mods, such as intercooler etc, how much are your follow up custom dyno tunes? Still $1195?

        Thanks
        T

        • avatar

          Hi T,

          You are correct, $1895 will get you the AP and preset tunes as well as the 1 HPF Custom tune. You would need to source your own down pipe but we would be happy to install it for you. Retuning is $165 per hour.

          • avatar

            Thanks Matt, you have been very helpful. I will get in touch with hpf once I have sourced my downpipes
            T

          • avatar

            Hi Matt

            I bought a COBB v3 AP from you guys about 6 months ago for my N54 BMW 335i. I had initially run the stage 1 setup then added some bolt ons to go to stage 1+, then my latest mods have allowed me to run Stage 2 + (mods include upgraded Intercooler, Downpipe, Chargepipe and Diverter Valves). From what I have read on some Aus BMW forums COBB stage 2+ OTS typically outputs approx 260rwkw.

            I am interested in getting a custom tune done that can be stored as another tune on my COBB device, however just had a few questions

            1. Have you guys tuned any 135/335i with similar mods as my car?
            2. What do you think the custom tuned power will be? I have read on US forums that tuners have had good outcomes over the OTS COBB maps when carrying out a custom tune, upto 70rwhp mid range and 30rwhp peak increase over COBB stage 2+. Link below (http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1091724)
            3. Do you have any idea on boost targets for these mods, have read about 17psi, or will you guys just look at the efficiency and power gained with additional boost along with timing curves to decide how much to push the turbos? I think COBB stage 2+ is 16psi
            4. Cost, given I bought COBB AP from you guys will it be $700 or more?

            T

          • avatar

            Hi Tawfeeq,

            I remember the car. We have tuned a number of 135i’s with varying modifications so tuning will not be a problem.

            Boost targets will be set during the tune and balanced out with the timing curves.

            Price for custom tuning starts at $595.

  7. avatar

    Hi There, what would you recommend the HPF Cobb tune or the HPF mazdaedit tune for a Mazda 3 MPS?

    • avatar

      Either or. Both will give you the same result, the benefit of the COBB is that it allows you to put the car back to standard, swap tunes around, check and clear trouble codes and has gauges where you can see what the engine is doing, but it costs more.

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