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Old 9th May 2012, 02:35 PM   #41 (permalink)
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The Nissan ATTESA adds a little 4WD at high speeds for vehicle stability. Can this be achieved with this item?

The ATTESA unit controls the ABS and it uses the G-sensor inputs to do this. How does this unit interact with the ABS to ensure the vehicles braking systems performs at its optimum efficiency?
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Old 10th May 2012, 06:25 PM   #42 (permalink)
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any implications with running a Non-Standard transfer box clutch pack?

I have uprated plates and more of them......

I'm assuming this will further improve it as they are likely to last longer than OE plates if locked for track work. The perspective car is used mostly for TimeAttack and saloon car racing. 1300kg and 650bhp
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Old 14th May 2012, 04:58 PM   #43 (permalink)
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thanks for your patience everyone, Im back to normal now and will be at it all this week getting caught up. My rough draft of the install guide is completed waiting for a couple people to proofread it and get me their feedback before publishing online later this week. Also going to respond to the numerous inquiries we have received

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any implications with running a Non-Standard transfer box clutch pack? I have uprated plates and more of them...... I'm assuming this will further improve it as they are likely to last longer than OE plates if locked for track work. The perspective car is used mostly for TimeAttack and saloon car racing. 1300kg and 650bhp
The ETS-PRO works better and better as the transfer case clutch pack is improved to suit the high output engines. From the factory, nissan's GTR wet clutchpack was designed to be smooth on/off and not noticeable by the driver. This means at high power levels there may be some internal slip or it is not grabbing as aggressively as an experienced driver might prefer. I agree with your decision to use plate/disc/plate/disc etc instead of plate/plate/disc/plate/plate/disc etc.

Considering the comment that " The perspective car is used mostly for TimeAttack and saloon car racing. 1300kg and 650bhp" I believe the ETS-Pro would be a no brainer for this application.

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The Nissan ATTESA adds a little 4WD at high speeds for vehicle stability. Can this be achieved with this item? The ATTESA unit controls the ABS and it uses the G-sensor inputs to do this. How does this unit interact with the ABS to ensure the vehicles braking systems performs at its optimum efficiency?
The ETS-Pro does retain 4wd at high speed, and you can tailor it to do whatever you like. However you are incorrect, the Atessa ecu does not control the ABS with the G-sensor, those are completely independant systems.
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Old 14th May 2012, 06:03 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Not trying to crap here Geoff. You have developed a great bit of kit and I've be very interested in playing with it.
This is a tiny extraction from the Nissan PDF explaining how and why the ATTESA works.

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Old 14th May 2012, 06:19 PM   #45 (permalink)
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Not trying to crap here Geoff. You have developed a great bit of kit and I've be very interested in playing with it.
This is a tiny extraction from the Nissan PDF explaining how and why the ATTESA works.

It could also be taken in the context of assisting the abs in the same way a good set of tyres would. Just an outside observers opinion
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This is a tiny extraction from the Nissan PDF explaining how and why the ATTESA works.
We do understand how and why it works - and this functionality you mention to have engine braking affect the front drive is built-in to the ETS-Pro already. The effect can be seen/felt when in use in auto mode. The only time the ETS-Pro goes to full RWD is if the e-brake is pulled (not the brake pedal pushed). this is discussed in the instruction guide im working on in fact

PS: i just saw your signature, it appears you sell some sort of torque split device currently. Im not sure of your intentions here, but thank you for remaining respectful
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We both have 4WD products, and your is far superior in many ways. Mine is a simple oversteer controller. I'm sure you will find many a happy customer on here.

Are you 100% on the 'ATTESA (acronym for Advanced Total Traction Engineering System for All-Terrain)' [Stolen from Wiki'] spelling?
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Lol, yeh, I know.
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Mine turned up yesterday....I will be looking forward to hearing when others have them installed!
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Old 18th May 2012, 09:41 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Mine turned up yesterday....I will be looking forward to hearing when others have them installed!
Mine has not arrived yet
I look forward to you fitting it and reporting back !

Mr Combat,
You knew id buy one !
Its just such a complete replacement !

Yours has merit but this is so much more.
reflected in the price though mate obviously.

The original post was referred to the the gtroc stewards !
all those who expressed interest's posts were deleted till full race paid the tax to advertise !!
Geofff was on honeymoon and Jon the man of few words dealt with sales.

Seems a way better deal. and cheaper than the other traders censor only deals to me !

cheers cokey
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Mine has not arrived yet
I look forward to you fitting it and reporting back !

Mr Combat,
You knew id buy one !
Its just such a complete replacement !

Yours has merit but this is so much more.
reflected in the price though mate obviously.

The original post was referred to the the gtroc stewards !
all those who expressed interest's posts were deleted till full race paid the tax to advertise !!
Geofff was on honeymoon and Jon the man of few words dealt with sales.

Seems a way better deal. and cheaper than the other traders censor only deals to me !

cheers cokey
I look forward to a back to back comparison on a race track. I could chat for hours on this topic. Geoff has a tidy product and i wish him well.
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Sorry Cokey, yours will no doubt be going before mine, check out my build in the projects section.
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Does this controller delete the tracion control function from the car? The attesa uses the abs sensors to detect wheelspin on loose surfaces and applies front touque until all 4 wheels are travelling at the same speed. Very useful on wet roads etc.
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hey guys - we have the instruction manual completed, it should answer a lot of the questions posted here. We will get the manual online, but for now anyone who has purchased a unit please email jon@full-race.com with your name/order # and he will email the PDF to you. thanks alot!
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When someone has installed one in their R32/R33 could they take some photos and wire colours for us please?
I won't be putting mine in for about 3 weeks now as the car will be at the panel shop.
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The instructions are for the r32. I've had a good look through the instruction and i think i know how to do it. I asked raffi a few questions too. What are you unsure about?
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I'm just being lazy....Wire colours at the attessa unit etc would be cool.
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I'm just being lazy....Wire colours at the attessa unit etc would be cool.
That will be the blue wire.
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Old 28th May 2012, 04:35 PM   #60 (permalink)
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Can anyone confirm that this product does everything the new electronic g-controllers do from Do-Luck & Midori (i.e give a faster digital signal to the ATTESSA) as well as offering the ability to cahnge the torque split?

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