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COBB Release - More Monitors and Performance Task Updates!

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We’ve added a slew of new data monitors for those pushing the envelope of performance with the Fiesta ST. Monitors such as Start of Injection, the injected amount of Fuel Mass, and Maximum Injection Angle are a small sample of what has been added. These new monitors will allow you to dive into the fuel system and milk it for every last drop. In addition to these monitors we have added an Advanced Monitors addendum to the Ford Monitor List which breaks down the enumeration of several crucial data monitors.

Those of you who were experiencing issues with the 0-60mph and 1/4mi Performance functions should now be able to get accurate readings. We have adjusted the task to use the average rear wheel speed which will greatly enhance the accuracy of these calculations. The vehicle settings file must be reset to use the new method of wheel speed input. To do this, navigate to the main menu and select the "->" icon, inside this menu will be a "Reset All Defaults" option. Once cleared you will need to setup the monitor preferences and re-configure any changes to the log list.

Update your firmware NOW to receive these enhancements!

The COBB Ford Expert Group
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Ok so I updated the firmware on my AP. The release notes say the v100 maps don't work with the new firmware. When will we see v200 maps for the FiST?
The notes are for the Focus ST map files, I'll make sure we update that to be more specific. v100 maps for the Fiesta ST are still functional!


-Braden @ COBB
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I do think it is great the way the AP updates it self.
I couldn't be easier.

But the question does still remain.
When might we see new any new maps for the FiST?

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Great question! We are working to finalize our bolt-on components for the Stage2 maps and hope to release calibrations alongside them. We will also be revisiting the Stage1 maps to see if we can extract even more power and address any issues that customers may have.

-Braden @ COBB
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