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Semper Fi, Devil Dog! I had a couple friends that were part of the Howitzer battery in 3/11 (I think) when I was at MOS school in 29 Palms. Always remember the dirty looks I got when I showed up at their barracks when Fridays were Service Charlie uniform only at schools, and of course, they were all in woodland cammies still! Further to that, Vietnam vets have my UTMOST respect. Thank you and all your brothers for the sacrifices you made. #NeverForgetI'm sorry to say that I have not purchased the Cobb Intercooler yet. I am adding the Steeda subframe alignment kit and Rear Subframe Braces next week and the Intercooler at the end of September. My Avatar is a photo of me with Gun #5 - "Bad News" Whiskey Battery, 1st Battalion, 11th Marines - 1st Marine Division. We were at Khe Sanh in April - July 1968.
I've run into the same issue with the Cobb catted downpipe, which is the one I want.Ready to pull the trigger and purchase the Cobb Intercooler. Guess what? Out of stock everywhere. Cobb says 3 to 4 weeks but said 3-7 days last week. Does anyone have a source at Cobb to check on availability of Cobb IC? Cobb refers me to the website.
Please monitor corrections on cylinder 2 and 4. You should see only minor negative corrections if any at all im talking less the 1 degree if your hitting negative 3 or 4 degrees you need a tune. Ping should also be next to 0. But not unusual to see higher as it can be as simple as road noise or loose exhaust brackets and so on.The Cobb Intercooler install went well. I had previously installed a Resonator Delete Y-Pipe (MRT Engineered Performance #90M100) and a Ford Performance by K&N Drop-In Replacement Air Filter (American Muscle #M-9601-M). Also added MagnaFlow 4”X9” oval (14” length) straight through mufflers. The Cobb Accessport V3 Stage 1 (93 octane) was an easy install and once the IC was in, I changed the ECU Map to Stage 2 (93 octane). It seems to run great so far.