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Willlall Racing Shift Light for the Nissan GT-R

June 16, 2010 Comments off

No longer do standard ECU GT-R owners have to envy their aftermarket ECU comrades for their fancy dash gadgets. The Willlall Racing WR35SL shift light is the perfect touch for the circuit loving GT-R owner who needs that subtle reminder of when to grab that next gear.

That “subtle” reminder will come by way of 7 high intensity, RPM programmable, LEDs that will light up in regular intervals until they’ll begin to all flash at a pre-set RPM limit just before cutoff.

The WR35SL is priced at just $160 and seamlessly fits into the GT-R’s interior. It comes with all the instructions you need to install and get setup.

Link: Willall Racing Website

COBB Tuning AccessPORT Powering the GOTO:Racing Time Attack GT-R

January 19, 2010 Comments off

Earlier this month, the Cobb Tuning team put together this rundown of the features of the Cobb AccessPORT ECU reflashing tool for the Nissan GT-R. They’ve chosen to focus on how the top level time attack team, GOTO:Racing use it on their ~800hp GT-R to get the best results out of the GT-R with minimal level of fuss.

The Cobb AccessPORT still stands as one of the best bang for your buck modifications anyone can do to their GT-R and this video highlights a couple of the features you may not of known it had.

On the topic of the AccessPORT for the GT-R, Cobb Tuning have also now released a version for the East Asian and Japanese markets. Preloaded with the latest 2.0 version of the Cobb Tuning default maps, it’s available now. This brings the total global markets supported by the AccessPORT up to:

  • Australia
  • East Asia
  • Europe
  • Gulf
  • Japan
  • South Africa
  • United States

Cobb don’t stop there though, one final AccessPORT related announcement was made recently, regarding the AccessTUNER Pro software compatible with the Nissan GT-R. The latest release of the software, version, contains updates that will allow tuners to utilise the Proportional Gain Boost Control logic, as seen in the canned 2.0 maps. It’s also available now and supports all of the above listed regions.

Source: Cobb Tuning