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44 minutes ago, Blackgtr said:

Very impressive. I know that with modern single turbos, more power can be made but some people enjoy the factory twin turbo sleeper look; im one of them.

Your figure is a perfect number for daily and track days; also the occasional spirited twisties. 

Was there any cam gear adjustment?

I dont think so but it might need it does run a bit lumpy on idle. Ye its plenty power for track now, any more and I will need a big brake kit. I just ordered some pfc rotors for front and some pfc 11 pads all round. I have Pfc uprades on my M3 and its so good with stock calipers.

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11 hours ago, DD-GTR said:

I dont think so but it might need it does run a bit lumpy on idle. Ye its plenty power for track now, any more and I will need a big brake kit. I just ordered some pfc rotors for front and some pfc 11 pads all round. I have Pfc uprades on my M3 and its so good with stock calipers.

Lumpy idle. Yeah its probably the cams. I saw just yesterday a blue gtr with tomei cams and e85. It was very lumpy on cold start and idle. Some cam gear adjustment will help shift the powerbank; great for an upgraded turbo rb26, especially on slower corners and on the street.

The car looks great, i had an r33 gts4 a long time ago and ive always loved the r33 gtr. Definitely put a stock rear bumper on, we are over the whole bling bling bodykits. Oem is king now. 

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30 minutes ago, Blackgtr said:

Lumpy idle. Yeah its probably the cams. I saw just yesterday a blue gtr with tomei cams and e85. It was very lumpy on cold start and idle. Some cam gear adjustment will help shift the powerbank; great for an upgraded turbo rb26, especially on slower corners and on the street.

The car looks great, i had an r33 gts4 a long time ago and ive always loved the r33 gtr. Definitely put a stock rear bumper on, we are over the whole bling bling bodykits. Oem is king now. 

Ye ok. Will get the cams looked into. Im going to collect a black rear bumper tomorrow. $20

I read that  the gtst and gtr are the same rear bumper so it should fit.

Cheers

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On 20/03/2018 at 6:37 PM, DD-GTR said:

It would be a lot better if the hackers cracked the TCU software so that it could be improved but nobody has managed it yet.

 

Pretty sure TMR can do this. I was down there this morning and he mentioned something about it.

Possibly getting my EVO X SST repaired/fixed.

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Cool. Let me know how you get on. 

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19 minutes ago, DD-GTR said:

Cool. Let me know how you get on. 

Mine is more of fixing a slipping issue and possible replacing of clutch packs. $5 to $6k exercise.

 

But if you have a specific question i can ask next time i chat to him next week.

 

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45 minutes ago, blah_blah said:

Mine is more of fixing a slipping issue and possible replacing of clutch packs. $5 to $6k exercise.

 

But if you have a specific question i can ask next time i chat to him next week.

 

Ye I had slipping in mine too so I installed new Viton seals and SSP 600HP rated clutch packs. Mine shifts hard and fast in supersport mode but still slips slightly in normal and sport. Afaik nobody has cracked the TCU software so the slipping in normal and sport cant be improved on too much so I always drive in supersport with paddles.

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On 24/03/2018 at 3:16 PM, DD-GTR said:

Ye I had slipping in mine too so I installed new Viton seals and SSP 600HP rated clutch packs. Mine shifts hard and fast in supersport mode but still slips slightly in normal and sport. Afaik nobody has cracked the TCU software so the slipping in normal and sport cant be improved on too much so I always drive in supersport with paddles.

I spoke to Dan this morning and yes TMR can crack the TCU software. Speak to Dan McCoey he is very knowledgeble.

If you speak to him this week tell him Tony referred you he is working on my car as we speak.

 

Appears to be a SST tunning issue which no other major workshop has picked up on. And im talking a 'few' specialist Evo workshops.

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3 minutes ago, blah_blah said:

I spoke to Dan this morning and yes TMR can crack the TCU software. Speak to Dan McCoey he is very knowledgeble.

If you speak to him this week tell him Tony referred you he is working on my car as we speak.

 

Appears to be a SST tunning issue which no other major workshop has picked up on. And im talking a 'few' specialist Evo workshops.

Wow thats huge news. People all over the world have been trying to crack it since 2008. I knew they could control some SST tables but to have full control of the TCU will help performance a lot.

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