Flat shift

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Re: Flat shift

Post by bachig24u » Mon Sep 25, 2017 9:14 am

if the engagement RPM could be modified from 1200 then a momentary double pole trigger switch could be used along with launch control parameters.

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Re: Flat shift

Post by skylinegtrhr » Sat Jul 07, 2018 10:51 pm

And now we have two track Silvia's so flat shift is what we need :)

Any chance of it in near future?

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Re: Flat shift

Post by skylinegtrhr » Sun May 12, 2019 10:45 pm

Still no flat shift :)?

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Re: Flat shift

Post by Matt » Fri May 17, 2019 7:36 pm

Not at this time. It is not beneficial for me to spend more time on features only used by a few people. We only had several requests for this over the years

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Re: Flat shift

Post by madaxgt » Mon May 25, 2020 7:23 pm

Another request. I need it for my new gearbox otherwise i have to move away from Nistune which I dont want to do as there is literally no other ecus that have an acceptable maf strategy maybe a bosch motorsport or custom software from motec. What would be the cost to have this implemented if you don't see the benefit for users? Maybe a few users can share the cost of the development? Hopefully it wouldn't be a huge task.....

Now I have my dyno and tune a few nistune cars its actually a fairly common request it probably just doesn't get voiced much. :roll:

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Re: Flat shift

Post by TE27Levin » Mon Jun 08, 2020 3:10 am

I am also keen on a flat shift ad on!

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Re: Flat shift

Post by Ads1887 » Mon Jun 15, 2020 4:10 pm

Another 1 here for fs

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Re: Flat shift

Post by Matt » Tue Jun 16, 2020 12:54 am

Flat shifting firmware has been done as part of the FP1.1/FP2.1 firmware updates

Tested for limited models today:

HCR32 RB20DET (includes ECR33 VCT variants)
BNR32 RB26DETT
Z32 VG30DETT

Next up is
S13 CA18DET

I've also coded it and tested for
VLT RB30ET
Z31 VG30ET

Still working on testing those since launch control not working since the change so debugging. Next ones after this will be S13 SR20DET- S15 SR20DET and ER34 RB25DET/WC34 RB25DET

I'm focusing on the more common JDM models imported to Australia models since I can test them. Others added on a 'needs' basis as part of FP1.1/FP2.1 updates

See the feature pack guides for updates
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Re: Flat shift

Post by TE27Levin » Wed Jun 17, 2020 6:32 am

Very cool Mr.!!! Thank you so much. Mine is a CA18DET running an SR ecu. I look forward to all of this. Excellent work!

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