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EQT E-Tuning Q&A

shortyb

Autocross Newbie
Location
Upstate SC
Car(s)
Is band from Boston
Ive used used this one while traveling before. Currently my favorite station close by is testing at 84% ethanol and selling for $1.64 a gallon. I have 4 other stations close by, but the one I use is most consistent.
 

JerseyDrew77

Autocross Champion
Location
Virginia & NC
Ive used used this one while traveling before. Currently my favorite station close by is testing at 84% ethanol and selling for $1.64 a gallon. I have 4 other stations close by, but the one I use is most consistent.
84%??? Damn man, you're lucky. The most I've gotten is 78.
 

tgtmkt

New member
Location
Chicago
Try a different gas station, I think EQT recommends 76 in California.

Yes you should get the DSG tune aswell, contact Cobb support to purchase if your AP is not DSG unlocked.
EQT can also enable the DSG function in your Cobb. Same price as going to Cobb directly and it passe along some pennies to Ed and his crew.
 

jimlloyd40

Autocross Champion
Location
Phoenix
Car(s)
2018 SE DSG
EQT can also enable the DSG function in your Cobb. Same price as going to Cobb directly and it passe along some pennies to Ed and his crew.
Plus it saves time because if you get an EQT DSG tune you can get it at the same time.
 

jimlloyd40

Autocross Champion
Location
Phoenix
Car(s)
2018 SE DSG
Well, no. You put the sensor in just leave it unplugged up top.
I tested that. I ran 10 tanks of gas with the 02 sensor diconnected up top and 10 tanks with it connected and saw zero difference in MPG. I'm not buying that leaving the 02 sensor plugged in will cause it to run rich over time. And my testing is relatively controlled because I run a delivery route that's very similar everyday. I'm going to leave mine unplugged but not because there's any proof of it running rich over time.
 
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