as title says has anyone made a torque split controler which is safe to use on an r33 gtr v-spec setup yet?
very basic controller that uses linear modification of g-sensor signal...plow understeer using one of these. Our circuit car driven by former Australian Touring Car Champion saw a 2 second gain a lap using a Ruzic item.Skylaband you can buy them from the GTR Shop, works a treat too :thumbsup:
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I have one of these...Stunning piece of equipment!!very basic controller that uses linear modification of g-sensor signal...plow understeer using one of these. Our circuit car driven by former Australian Touring Car Champion saw a 2 second gain a lap using a Ruzic item.
Ruzic instructions are here...as you can see a very well engineered and developed product.
yes...these type of controllers were built here years ago...lots of people including guys racing in improved production racing in aust have upgraded from the skylab type to the Ruzic controller with outstanding gains in regard to laptimes. The Skylab is the same output as using the Ruzic on Map1 with the scaling factor doing the same thing as turning the knob up and down....this should give you an idea of how much different and more advanced and tuneable the Ruzic item is.when its fully adjustable ??? have you used one your self ?
The biggest difference is the adjustable curves. The Skylab type has a fixed/flat ramp on the 4x4, where as the Ruzic is adjustable.Must work on same principle though! It adjust's the signals to the G-Sensor to trick it into passing more or less power. Looks a good bit of kit, how much will one of these set you back?
Have driven my GTR with and without and the Skylab and I much prefer it with + easy enough to turn it up and down as required depending on whether etc...