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EcuTek Launches Nissan GT-R RaceROM Phase 4

Since the release of our RaceROM Phase 3 update to the GT-R platform in June 2013 we have been hard at work making it even better. Welcome to Phase 4. We are particularly happy with our new flagship feature, RaceROM Rolling Launch. This update puts the EcuTek GT-R platform at the cutting edge of what's possible with the stock ECU. Read on to see all the great features in this new release.

Improved Boost Off The Line

Rather than activating the antilag as soon as Launch Control is engaged, Phase 4 waits until the RPM has risen. Some cars have trouble reaching and holding the desired launch RPM and this solves that problem.

2D Map for MAP/Boost Sensor Scaling

The new 2D sensor scaling allows 5 bar MAP sensors to be fitted and scaled correctly (non linear calibration is now possible). This also offers a visual display of the Volts to Bar sensor calibration.

New Inputs to Custom Maps

Short Term Fuel Trim; Fuel Level; Torque Split; G-Sensor; Oil Pressure; Steering Angle

Short Term Fuel Trim; Fuel Level; Engine Oil Pressure can be used for building fail safe custom maps to protect the engine when something critical happens. e.g. 2nd fuel pump failure or a fuel surge.

Torque Split; G-Sensor and Steering Angle are useful when creating bespoke Traction Control set-ups for every slip condition.

Custom Maps Can Be Selected Depending on Suspension Mode

Making RaceROM custom maps even more powerful, offering configuration settings that you never thought possible with a factory ECU.

Full Time Hijack of Coolant Temp Display to Show Other Information

RaceROM Phase 3 gained the ability to display data from a custom map on the coolant temp gauge when the car was map switching. RaceROM Phase 4 extends this ability by allowing full-time use of the coolant temp gauge, not just during the map switch process.

A custom map can be configured to display such things as oil pressure, air/fuel ratio, ignition timing or even the current ethanol content ratio of the fuel in the tank.
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