If the Litchfield tune is from ' Ian Lichfield ' it's hardly surprising he doesn't recommend the competitors... if it isn't from him... what an interesting coincidence !Well, i've had confliciting views over the cobb access port. Ian litchfield wasn't that keen on the cobb, and a-l tuning also had a few things to say. Both mentioned issues with the R&d of this product, especially concerning boost settings.
Well, i've had confliciting views over the cobb access port. Ian litchfield wasn't that keen on the cobb, and a-l tuning also had a few things to say. Both mentioned issues with the R&d of this product, especially concerning boost settings.
My Ecutek stage 1 Map works well, just wiating for the stage 2 and that Ecutek get it right and not be first to market with an "unknown" product.Both the Litchfield EcuTek product and the Cobb Access Port are good products from reputable suppliers, however wheras I seen volumes of complimentry feedback from Cobb users I have seen no feedback from Litchfield customers. Would be interested in some detail on these conflicting views? It will also be interesting to see the response to your question?
There are hundreds of Cobb AP users in Europe & probably thousands in the US. If you look at the top 20 R35 times posted on dragtimes.com every single one uses a Cobb AP.
I like it's simplicity, the fact that you can choose to upload different maps for different ocassions, the fact that you can datalog parameters for later analysis, and finally the excellent support I have had from Cobb & GTC.
Thats what makes forums fun! Statments get blown way out of perportion, and the next thing you know there are a bunch of :flame: running around on your screen.Blimey one guy makes a suggestion that I was “less than keen” on the Cobb product and now it appears like I’m rubbishing it ......
Do Ecutek actually inform Nissan when an car has been mapped as they do with Mitsubishi on the Evo?Thanks Joe, I totally agree
VXR, The Ecutek product is currently traceable and we explain to potential customers that any modification will have a warranty implication. There are a number of ways Nissan can check.