COBB Accessport V3 EcoBoost 2015-2017

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COBB Accessport V3 EcoBoost 2015-2017
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Product Description

COBB Accessport V3 for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 EcoBoost Mustangs.

COBB's Accessport V3 is the best tuning option available for your 2015-2017 EcoBoost Mustang. This flexible ECU upgrade solution unlocks power hidden within the vehicle by replacing conservative factory settings with more aggressive calibrations. The Accessport V3 (P/N: AP3-FOR-003) can provide off-the-shelf calibrations for most bolt-on modifications and it should be the last engine management solution you will ever need. Along with all the new viewable upgrades from the V2, the V3 also has more speed, more memory, more map storage, more live gauges and more troubleshooting help.

Choose from multiple gauge setups which include your choice of one gauge to six gauges. Scroll through tons of different display parameters to view the specific information important to you. Information can be displayed in metric or imperial units. A shift light can be set to the desired RPM and is plenty bright that a separate shift light isn't needed. Monitor all the parameters you want to view and customize each layout for the street, strip or track.

COBB's Stage 1 93 Octane Calibration has seen a peak of 1.5% RwHp and 22.6% RwTq, but has shown is largest improvements of 22.9% RwHp and 25.6% RwTq throughout the power curve!

*Peak gains are measured as the difference between the highest points of the two plots. Max gains are measured as the largest gain at any single point between the two plots, results may vary.

Features and Benefits:
- Customizable Multi-Gauge Display
- Data Logging Capabilities
- Multiple Tuning Options Including Timing, Shift Light, Launch Control, etc.
- In Vehicle Mount with On/Off Switch
- Large, Full Color, 1/1000 High Resolution Screen
- Automatic Dimmer
- Easy-to-Use Interface
- Interchangeable Face Plates

ATTENTION: The COBB Accessport fully supports the European (EDM), Australian (AUDM), South Korean (SKDM) and Chinese (CHDM) Domestic Market EcoBoost Mustangs.

Measure 0-60 MPH time, 1/4 mile time or horsepower with a built-in dynamometer. An included trouble code reader allows you to diagnose problems on the fly without the need to stop at a garage. The most important aspect of the Accessport V3 is the ability to install different maps and quickly adjust tuning elements such as idle, timing, launch control and flat-foot shifting. Create your own custom maps for your Accessport V3 using Accesstuner Race. A complete OEM tuning table provides access to optimize your mapping for any set of modifications. Data logging is included so you can view engine vitals which can alert you to any changes that need to be made to your tune. If self-tuning isn't your thing, visit a local tuner in the COBB Professional Tuning Network to have a custom tune created and loaded onto your Accessport V3. You don't even need to physically visit a tuner if you don't want to. Use easy data logging and map loading on your Accessport V3 to have an e-tuning expert remotely custom tune your vehicle.

Tech Tip: Several COBB Custom Features (CCF) are now user adjustable through the Accessport for the EcoBoost mustang. These adjustments include changing map slots, turning custom traction control on/off and adjusting the amount of slip the custom traction control enables. These adjustments can be found under “Tune” -> “Adjustments” -> then select which new feature you’d like to adjust. It’s important to note that the CCF Accessport Adjustment are dependent on the calibration file being used. For example, the Traction Control feature must be enabled via a custom tune (Custom Tune is NOT Included).

Installation is extremely simple, fast and straight forward with easy-to-understand directions to guide you through setup. Initial setup matches the Accessport V3 to your vehicle modifications. The on/off switch allows you to turn off the programmer so the battery doesn't die. An automatic dimmer brightens and dims the screen depending on day or night.

Please Note: Use can use your PC or Mac based computer to manage maps, download recorded datalogs or quickly update your Accessport. To ensure your new Accessport V3 is up to date, please click HERE to download the latest version of COBB’s Accessport Manager for free.

Manufacturer Part Number: AP3-FOR-004

Order the COBB Accessport V3 for your 2015, 2016 and 2017 EcoBoost Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!

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COBB Accessport V3 EcoBoost 2015-2017 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cobb Tuning Does it again!! Just got this in yesterday, super easy to install and straight forward instructions. A bit scary at first because you get all the warnings and sounds from the main display but after about 10-15 minutes (yes its that long) everything is loaded and good to go. I had a V2 access port on my 2008 WRX and this V3 version is much brighter and customizable with loaded extras and gauge options. The switching on the fly of maps is by far the best feature (and the access port does not need to be plugged in) as well as the economy mode which is essential in my daily driving. I am super ecstatic and very satisfied with this new version, Cobb does it again and has kept my business and satisfaction for cobb products. Cant wait for the downpipe, cat back and intercooler to come out from cobb.
Date published: 2015-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great performance product for the EcoBoost Mustang Had been following tuning options on the http://www.mustang6g.com/forums/ for quite some time now for my EcoBoost Mustang. Many good tuning products out there, but I found myself coming back to the Cobb Accessport as the best option for me. It has a very nice off-the-shelf tune for the locally available 93 octane fuel, and it is a nice starting point should I desire to work with an aftermarket tuner (there is a local Cobb Tuning dealer in Dallas). Also, Cobb is in the process of developing their own products (cold air intake / downpipe / intercooler / exhaust). Just seemed like a nice, vertically integrated solution.
Date published: 2015-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cobb Accesport V3 for 2015 Ecoboost Mustang Got this unit 2 months ago for my 2015 Ecoboost Mustang after reading many reviews. I wanted a little boost to the stock output and keep a civil driveability for the street. This tune delivers and the bonus is that you get 5 power options to choose from with the OTS Stage 1 tune. And the ability to choose the different slots can be made from the cruise control buttons without the Accesport being attached. I waited until I passed 1200 miles before installing the tune and you can feel the difference immediately, especially in the throttle response. Installation was easy as advertised and the product is top quality with online back-up and updates direct fro Cobb online.
Date published: 2015-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quick off the line and carries through I flashed my mustang two weeks ago. Totally worth the money. Already giving GTs competition between red lights . They pull up expecting a dog v6. Then wahpow! In economy mode I've also reached up to 33.6 mpg.
Date published: 2014-12-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Definitely satisfied with this tune I purchased the AP3 for my Mustang a few months ago and installed it with only 400 miles on the car. My car now has over 3000 miles and I'm still very happy with it. From the factory, Ford tries to give the EB a perfectly flat torque curve by severely limiting boost at low RPMs. This tune, in higher boost modes, simply brings the boost up to the peak level allowed by the factory (or a little over) much earlier than it would otherwise, which results in some proper face-melting acceleration in lower gears. Because of this mapping scheme, I feel completely confident in the car's reliability. My favorite part of the tune is actually economy mode, which detunes the car to about 270hp. I have seen up to 32mpg highway during long drives, and I always stay in the 20s during city driving. Detuning also makes the car a lot safer on cold mornings, because the stock performance pack tires are borderline dangerous in the cold. Furthermore, holding down the cruise cancel button and seeing the tach point to the map selection is immensely satisfying. I don't use flat-foot-shifting often but it's quite fun and makes shifting quite quick.
Date published: 2015-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Holy S**t! So I definitely expected to get some gains out of HP and TQ but wow. It is like a whole new car. If you were on the fence about this then think no more. Order it, order it now, seriously, like now. FYI, get the AccessTuner Race Software too. Hot swapping maps? What? Launch control, burnout mode, custom mapping. Cobb, gotta say guys, worth every penny!
Date published: 2015-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Makes the Car! This tune absolutely made the car for me. It was fun beforehand, but you didn't really get boost until really late rpm and felt like it was just trying to be a v6 or a GT but with 4cyls. This gives you boost exactly when you want it and solidifies in my mind why a turbo Mustang can be just as much fun as any other Mustang. I put the 93 octange stage 1 tune on my ecoboost with the performance package. The tune basically made it feel like a completely new car that became way more responsive and fun to drive than stock in every way I can think of. It will throw your head back in your seat and ALWAYS bring a smile to your face. I honestly just can't stress how much more fun the car is with this tune. It's easy to put on - plug in, pick your tune, wait 20 minutes, and you're done. If you are on the fence at all, just go for it. You will not regret it one bit.
Date published: 2015-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Power!!!!!!!!!! I've had it a week and it is GREAT! I like all of the settings and love the balls to the wall power! The 5 adjustments are great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Date published: 2014-12-16
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Product Questions

Once you have installed the software update do you have to leave the thing plugged in? I always use 93 octane fuel so I guess the 93 mode would give me what i am looking for?

Asked by: Kirt
No, once you upload your tune you do not have to keep it connected. But there are some great features if you choose to leave it plugged in. If you always run 93 Octane, run the 93 tune.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-11-22

Will this work with a Roush CAI as is or will it require a custom tune? Also adding a Magnaflow catback exhaust this week so same question as above.

Asked by: Masamasa
The Accessport V3 can provide off-the-shelf calibrations for most bolt-on modifications.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-10-12

Hi, will this work on an Australian RHD auto 2017 ecoboost?

Asked by: Grids
Yes.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-09-26

Hi, is this compatible with EU mustangs with an automatic?

Asked by: mmkr
Yes.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-08-12

Is it ok to use 95 octane? I live in Ne, and we only have 91 on most gas stations and there is one that sells 91, 95, and 100 octane. it is actually the harley davidson.

Asked by: tm23
Extra octane wouldn't hurt, but you wouldn't get any additional power from the extra octane.
Answered by: Rick CJs
Date published: 2016-08-12

Does it work on a European Mustang with Automatic transmission? (EDM AT) It seems like it works on the EDM MT.

Asked by: Instagram bjornpilot
Yes, it works with Auto and Manual cars. It also supports Euro delivered cars.
Answered by: Rick CJs
Date published: 2016-08-12

Does the COBB AP support Canadian 2015 Mustang EB ? What does COBB custom tunes cost roughly ? 

Asked by: Ruffalliston
Yes, the Canadian Mustang is no different then the US Mustang when it comes to tunes and calibrations. You will have to find a local COBB tuner to provide a quote on a custom tune.
Answered by: Rick CJs
Date published: 2016-08-12

How would I get the tune right with a Roush cold air intake, Roush axle back exhaust, and then either the Mishimoto or COBB intercooler? Does the software literally let you tell the tuner what mods you have, even when the parts are non-COBB?

Asked by: Warhead
The Cobb Accessport does not have specific tunes for non-Cobb parts. The generic tune for the cold air intake and intercooler would work though. An axleback does not affect the tune.
Answered by: Rick CJs
Date published: 2016-08-12
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COBB Accessport V3 EcoBoost 2015-2017 Video Transcript
By Bill Tumas: One tried and true way to add horsepower and torque to any vehicle is with a good performance tune. Whether you're talking about a high-performance car like our EcoBoost Mustang or even a utility vehicle like an F150, a good quality tune is going to add horsepower and torque, especially if you don't mind upping the octane a little bit. We had great success with the COBB Accessport on our focus ST project car, so today we're going to install one on our EcoBoost Mustang.

The COBB Accessport is an excellent tool for your 2015 EcoBoost Mustang. It comes with pre-loaded maps to work for a variety of performance modifications, as well as different octane, and has the ability to be custom tuned, as well. On top of that, it can read and clear any kind of trouble codes, has performance parameters built into it, and can also do real-time data logging right on the screen. The kit includes the Accessport itself, a handy carrying case, two different face plates, a mount for your dashboard, and a cable to connect your OBD-II port.

We'll start by plugging the cable into our OBD-II port. We're basically going to follow the headlights switch down under the dash, and it's right now here. Once the cable's plugged in, plug in the other end to the access port, and it'll turn on automatically.

Once it turns on, it gives you the basic instructions on how the buttons work. Basically, you've got up, down. The small button's "cancel". Large button in the middle is your "OK". Until you marry the Accessport to your vehicle by programming it, you're only going to have two options on the main screen. One's going to be to install your tune which is basically to install the Accessport. The other one is for trouble shooting. Even if this one isn't married to your vehicle, you can still use it for any OBD-II car to plug in, check a check-engine light, and clear it, as well.

We're going to install the Accessport. Do to that, the first thing you want to do is hit the "start" button once. You don't want the car to start, but you want it to turn on. You want the dash to light up. You'll know you're doing it right. Now, we'll click on "install". Next on the screen, it's going to tell you what kind of vehicle it thinks it's plugged into. In our case, U.S. domestic market, 2015 Mustang EcoBoost, male transmission is correct. We'll hit "continue".

Once it recognizes the car, it's going to give you a couple of different options for your tune. Anti-theft mode, basically what that does is it disables the car. For our friends in the military or someone who stores their car for a great period of time, you can load this tune in, and even if you have the key, it will not start the car. Down at the bottom, you have a valet mode. You load the valet mode tune. Basically, it limits the car to about 35 miles an hour and 3,000 rpm, so nobody can take it out and beat on it.

Besides that, then you have your normal performance tunes. Stage 0, basically, just marries the tuner to the car. There really are no performance benefits for that, so we're going to skip that one. The two currently available are going to be Stage 1. Once there are some more modifications for the EcoBoost Mustang, such as downpipes, cold air intakes, inter-coolers, they'll be other stages available. What's on the market right now, probably is offered is Stage 1.

Here you can choose between your 91, if you're West Coast you can't get the 93 octane, or 93 which, in our case, is what we're going to go with. The Stage 1 will work with our stock EcoBoost. You're going to click "select". It recommends a battery charger. This does take a lot of time. Your first program is probably going to take roughly about 20, 25 minutes, so not a bad idea to put a battery charger on it to make sure you don't lose current because if the battery would die during the tune, you could lock the car up.

"Continue". Now, the Accessport is basically making sure that the computer is correct for the tune it wants to load. What it's doing here is basically preparing the computer. What it does, it takes the stock file, removes it, and stores it on the Accessport, and then re-flashes it with a performance tune. Again, this part here will take some time.

Right now, it's saving the factory data. This will take a good 10 to 15 minutes. Once it downloads the factory tune into the Accessport, the car's going to light up. All your sensors are going to go off. This is perfectly normal. Now it's preparing the ECU for the Accessport map. Once everything's downloaded and prepared, now it's actually flashing the computer. You notice it turns the "Do not turn off". Be very careful. If your battery would die here or you turn it off, you can definitely screw up your car. This is the actual part where the map is being loaded into your factory computer.

Okay. Now, once it gets to 100%, it'll say that it's resetting, making sure everything works. All your system is going to turn on, turn off, and your installation is successful. Hit the "off" key and you're programmed.

Now that the Accessport is married to our car, you'll see that we have a lot more options. We have gauges. We have performance along with the trouble shooting, and then the tune at the bottom there. Gauges allow you to monitor what's going on. It gives you additional gauges the factory doesn't provide, as well as data login. Here you can actually choose the layout. You can have up to six gauges on the screen, or you can have a couple larger ones. We'll go right in the middle. We'll go with three.

Took the top to "setup". As you're data logging, it actually has a shift light built into it, as well. We'll change the units. Change monitor allows you to choose what you're actually logging, or what you're seeing on the gauge. You can see you've got a ton of options on here. Pressure sensors, AFR, we'll click that for one of them. Click down to the next one. We'll set that up next. Change monitor. That one we'll go with "boost". We'll set up the bottom one here. We'll go with "coolant temperature".

Now that you got the car running, you can see we're not logging everything, but you're getting real time gauges on the car. You can set up a total of six or as few as one. You see our AFR changes. Our boost pressure changes. Great additional tool that comes in every Accessport once it's married to your car.

Then, in addition to the gauges you have performance parameters, something you can play with when you're at the track. Definitely don't want to do it on a public highway. It allows you to record your 0 to 60, as well as a quarter mile.

Like we said before, the Accessport is a great tool to have for your 2015 Mustang. You have the ability to load the pre-loaded maps. Custom tunes available. You also get the gauges, the performance parameters, and even an OBD-II scan tool built in. If you have an EcoBoost Mustang, this is a great choice for tuning.