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Right info is hard to find here in the uk for tunning the v36 370 gt auto what have you guys done 

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What do you mean?

who have we tuned it via?
What mods have we done?

 

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11 minutes ago, stagea alan said:

all im being told is it not worth doing as its a auto. 

If its not being modified that's correct - but  not because its an auto.

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4 minutes ago, KiwiRS4T said:

If its not being modified that's correct - but  not because its an auto.

going to put air intake & exhaust on the car & just want a flash tune to get the delimet off & get better it driving better 

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Same engine as 370z, there is so much info around. You can try talking to Abbey Motorsport. Mark is very knowledgeable and a good tuner.

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6 hours ago, colin.ssc said:

Same engine as 370z, there is so much info around. You can try talking to Abbey Motorsport. Mark is very knowledgeable and a good tuner.

yeah have emailed mark so see what happens 

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Mine is an auto but that's not the reason why I would say I found it to be not so worthwhile.

Sure, a little more power can be squeezed out of them, the torque was noticeably increased and throttle response was impressive, largely due to the aggressively advanced timing, but is it worth the money you pay for a proper half-day on the dyno? Honestly, from my own experience, no.

Since Colin is aware of Abbey Motorsport's reputation, definitely wait to hear what they suggest but personally, I'd say don't bother. It's a sufficiently fun car in its stock form for me. Back it down a couple of gears, overtake a few road slugs and enjoy. :)

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