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thanks mate !

embedded the clip for you. awesome demo of the multimeter from 2:30 to 4:30. the data log is a goldmine. have to find a way to download it the laptop. hmm...

if only we could also program the damptronic system ala motec m820. well, another 1 of my wild thoughts :D

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"every GTR is dyno'd at the Yokohoma plant before it leaves the factory"

Does every company do this ? or isit just for the new GTR ?
 

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Looks like the MFD is not touch-screen for the US cars! Weird....

The final car is also put through some run-in tests, acceleration tests, brake bedding-in runs...before being sent off to the dealers
 

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Looks like the MFD is not touch-screen for the US cars! Weird....
Dino, that's because us Americans (in general, not me, as you know) love to eat in their cars. Those touch screens can quickly become grease covered as a result of too many french fries and potato chips (chips and crisps for the UK people).

I suspect, anyway... it IS weird because Toyota and Honda have touch screen navis in their US models.
 

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I love the fact that you can go to 'R' mode on the three centre switches.

Will it me a club member requirement to glue these switches in the up position:smokin: :smokin:
 
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