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EcuteK Phase 6 released

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helix, I use up down on my cruise to adjust boost (using Ecutek). You can have your tuner set min/max boost. I use this all the time on my track map. Keep min boost at a conservative 14psi and max at 16psi. If you hold the cruise accel up it'll go to max, then hold it back down when you're done.

 

Good on back straight at COTA for passing.


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saw this on the battalion thread for GT-R's 10 yr anniversary:

 

* The SpecV was the first and only GT-R to come with carbon ceramic brakes. It was also the first GT-R with factory fitted carbon seats and an overboost button on the steering wheel.


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saw this on the battalion thread for GT-R's 10 yr anniversary:

 

* The SpecV was the first and only GT-R to come with carbon ceramic brakes. It was also the first GT-R with factory fitted carbon seats and an overboost button on the steering wheel.

 

oh yea! I forgot about that


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