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Hello to all. I have a 1998 ER34 Skyline GTT RB25DET. It's a automanual type but I use it for time attack, drag race, and drifting. I am an amateur racer using pure desire to go fast but I never use a piggyback before. I was able to manually connect the wires and successful starting the engine using base maps. I need help with setting the maps.

My question, any tuner or tuning service for EMU to assist with injector, ignition, and airflow maps. 

I am a weekend mechanic and really work on my Skyline (with assist of my friends) since I can't find any reliable mechanic with good idea about Skylines/RB engines in Sicily, Italy.

I installed Blitz SUS power air cleaner and NUR Spec RX exhaust, URAS straight pipe, Splitfire coil packs, NISMO S-tune spark plugs, and the rest are racing wheels/tires. I create my own rear diffuser, plug n play harness, and other aerodynamic enhancement I use for weekend street races and track days.

Thank you for reading and any help will be appreciated! JoeIMG20200507230637.thumb.jpg.9f8c3408bda42abd07a6939564b81d19.jpgIMG20200509185055.thumb.jpg.8514d78c669b6efcd3467dec6e620143.jpgIMG20200308121329.thumb.jpg.06f56fe5202f43009660f0a57573c2b2.jpgIMG20200206191018.thumb.jpg.187730eb0006b6f79851f95bea4bf3d2.jpg


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If you google "Greddy Emanage Ultimate" you will find a bunch of resources including a manual and a number of links to free software down loads including from the Greddy site. I don't know how up to date these are but should be worth a try.  Eventualy you will probably need access to a dyno for tuning your car although if it has the stock turbo and injectors etc it should not require too much work.

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