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  1. Hey Liz! Funny you should ask, took these in Melbourne on the weekend. The shell is now completely rust free and modified. There is still some panel work and prep to be done before it's ready for paint. I'll have the remainder of the work done here in Melbourne now.
    4 points
  2. There is definitely something special about the r31 gtsr, wonder if there’s any pink ones
    3 points
  3. No roll racing videos, power cruise, drags, circuit, traffic light racing, hard parking, nothing... This thread does not deliver.
    3 points
  4. Back from the painters, added side skirt extensions as well ?
    1 point
  5. Grumpy! Of course it is no-where near you as I have no idea where you live. e.g. means " for example " - it is the sort of shop which could solve your problem
    1 point
  6. Either just tape the sensor up out of the way or weld a bung in for it. Neither are difficult nor destructive. As to why Nismo didn't make a spot for it......the original system has one cat, hence one good spot to fit a single sensor. The Nismo system has 2 cats, so it doesn't have a good spot to fit a single sensor. Seeing as fitting such a system implies no longer giving a f**k about trivial things like cat over temp sensors, they took the sensible approach and omitted it. Besides, if you had it, and you had a fault on the other pipe....you wouldn't know. Better to have your ignorance spread evenly over both pipes.
    1 point
  7. I would run a much softer spring. you are clamping the lower effective control range of the boost control output as its just more preload for the boost control pressure to overcome for no reason. I am using a 5psi spring in a progate 50 and it holds 28psi no problems, in saying that it has an excellent diaphram to valve area ratio (~2:1) so even a 1psi spring would work. I also recommend the 12watt mac solenoid instead of the 5.4. its deadtime is significantly shorter giving you a broader effective control range.
    1 point
  8. Hey! Yes, this GT-R has all the OEM under-trays installed.
    1 point
  9. Thanks for showing me this little weapon the other day mate! shes definitely genuine, a proper time capsule.
    1 point
  10. Or decrease the delay timer, generally setting a high base duty with the default delay timer for the closed loop does what you're describing.
    1 point
  11. Is your ecu doing the boost control? You could try backing off the proportional gain a bit as the proportional error seems to be too high. Alternatively you may need a bit more derivative to back it off if you think the prop gain is correct (output gain matches process gain)
    1 point
  12. Personal attacks, negative posts about businesses (including childish name calling) and off topic posts (this is a turbo, not ECU thread) removed. It's not that hard to keep a discussion civil. Further such posts will lead to warnings and bannings
    1 point
  13. Sneaky Pete, can I ask why you would run a 14psi spring with a 4port? my understanding the ability of the 4port allows you to run minimal spring (say 7psi) which in turn lowers your lowest boost pressure but the 4port gives ability to run boost to the top of the gate if u have a twin port iwg 75 that has that ability. This could help with the gate catching the spike. Maybe that your just too small on the rear but dropping the spring pressure imo would be my first thing to try.
    1 point
  14. Update. Bought some new wheels...CE28N SL’s in 18x 10.5+22 wearing 295/30x18 AD08R’s. Might put them on in the next 3 months then push it back in the garage and whack it back on the trickle charger. ?
    1 point
  15. I look forward to seeing you to winning pikes peak next year then Pete.
    1 point
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