R33 and R34 GTR ECUs with Nistune

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R33 and R34 GTR ECUs with Nistune

Postby Matt » Fri Sep 26, 2014 12:58 am

Updated our documentation for the R34 GTR ECU:
http://nistune.com/docs/Nistune%20GTR%20ECU%20options.pdf

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Re: R33 and R34 GTR ECUs with Nistune

Postby STATUS » Thu Dec 04, 2014 1:12 pm

Nice work, its great to have this reference material available. 02 reference values particularly.

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Re: R33 and R34 GTR ECUs with Nistune

Postby Tommey » Tue Dec 30, 2014 3:50 am

Are there any solution to the MFD problem?
Do i need dual o2 inputs? i will be running a wideband anyways.

I have searched but did not find anything.

Nistune seems to be the best option for the R34 but the MFD issue is bothering me.

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Re: R33 and R34 GTR ECUs with Nistune

Postby Matt » Tue Dec 30, 2014 3:00 pm

What MFD issue? A tuner who tested this out on his R34 reported MFD works fine with the R32 ECU still. It uses the consult data which is the same as the R34 ECU

You can connect both O2 inputs to a single O2 sensor if you wish (or use the wideband unit narrow output)

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Re: R33 and R34 GTR ECUs with Nistune

Postby Tommey » Wed Dec 31, 2014 12:36 am

I read that the TPS would only show 50% on the MFD.

Could someone confirm that the MFD will work as normal with the R32 ECU?

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Re: R33 and R34 GTR ECUs with Nistune

Postby Jono » Fri Jan 02, 2015 10:09 am

I can confirm that the BNR32 ECU in a BNR34 has absolutely no issues with the MFD.

My ECU only read 40% with the R32 ECU, and with 2 other ECUs, still only reads 40%.

If you read the doco about calibrating your MFD, you'll find that the issue has nothing to do with the ECU. The MFD just needs to be calibrated and there is a very simple procedure to do it.

Once I remember, I will calibrate mine so it reads 100% again. Common issue.


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