I emailed Cobb back in April to see if they might look into supporting the Gen and they essentially said "Thanks but no. And good luck". Superchips and Hypertech also told me "No thanks". I really liked my Superchips and would love for some company to create a Flasher/Tuner that is similar to that.
My wish list:
Tire/Axle Speedometer adjustment
A few canned tunes
Ability to monitor most sensors and read/erase codes
Ability to change auto trans shift firmness (not a must have though)
All for under $499 (which could be done with the right company).
Since this thread is over a year old and we still have no feedback from Cobb, I'm gonna close down this thread. It'll also help to keep new people from getting their hopes up and going through pages of discussion to find that it still hasn't been made.
If they decide to build it, we can open this back up, or even better, start a new thread about it.
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I have a 2011 Genesis Coupe 2.0T Base
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