COBB focus on European brands such as BMW, Porsche and VW, also Japanese manufacturers such as Mazda, Mitsubishi and Nissan. They are specialized in modifying mechanical components like turbo kits, exhaust system and suspension to electronic parts and ECU management. COBB hit the market strong using one of the first hand held units (Accessport) to access the cars performance potential.
AccessPORT, a handheld ECU programming device which connected to OBD-II port on cars, launched in 2004 is their most popular product because it is the first one to crack Nissan GT-R’s ECU code that was said as “untuneable”. They also develop a software for engine tuning, AccessTUNER which is available in two variants: Race and Pro. The Pro version is available only to COBB approved shops and tuners. The enthusiast ‘Race’ version is available to the end user only after they pass a series of tests issued by COBB and third party organisations to deem the end user competent enough to begin editing their ECU’s parameters.
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