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Thread: G37 Timing changes no effect

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    Quote Originally Posted by evan.s@hptuners View Post
    More than likely will just be a silent roll out, but I can keep you updated here on when it happens.
    Any updates on this? I don't mean to be pushy at all, I just have a lot of money on the line with customers waiting to get tuned.
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    Old setup: CNC'd317s, Fast 102, 228/228@114, PT88,83#injectors/full return system. 10.84@138

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    Any updates? I'm waiting also to us Hptuners over UpRev for tuning. But if its not working correctly yet, I have to use UpRev, which I'd much rather use HpTuners...

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    Yeah I'm hoping for some timeline because there's virtually nothing we can do for these cars are the moment with this software to put it plainly..

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    I was looking to give this a try but with the posts I have seen I will hold off

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    Any updates for the g37’s and Zs yet regarding timing issues ?

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    Wish i seen this post before I license the car damn it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCtech View Post
    Wish i seen this post before I license the car damn it!!
    Did you get to try it out ? Any changes ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmscho3 View Post
    Did you get to try it out ? Any changes ?
    All ignition tables are useless including Knock Tables only tables that work are fuel and MAF 1 is not defined correctly

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    New here sorry...Just an FYI Nissan doesn't calculate timing the same. Most manufacturers count deg before top dead center. Nissan counts time until essentially propagation. another interesting note is Nissan bases timing off of base fuel schedule vs rpm.. (this is also noted in Nissan's OEM service manuals)
    I guess what I'm saying is also be careful about adjusting the base fuel schedule as this can have an affect on ignition timing.
    I too understand everyone's frustration (I'm having a weird anomaly with a data recording on a 2012 Frontier Pro4x wb eq says lean , aem uego says rich)
    Let's be patient and hope HPTuners creates a fix soon, and in the meantime please share any and all information you find to help , I think HPT would like that too.

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    New here as well. Also new to tuning imports. After not being able to read my early 07 350z I was told by support that I'd need a newer ECU for it to work. I played around and did some digging and had a local guy reflash my ECU with a 2008 ROM and what do you know, connected to HPT and works great without touching the hardware, and I added cruise control in the process...heck yeah! I let them know in support what I was able to do to hopefully keep up the interest in development of hpt for nissan. Not a lot of interest it seems in the Nissan community, I'm hoping the guys in support don't give up. I really like the format and the price (comparatively). I'm currently fabbing up a mid-mount turbo set up and it looks to me that i've got access to the right parameters to get the afr correct as long as the fuel and air scaling work properly.

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    Same as above, new to the HP tuners platform and have been looking into purchasing HP tuners for my VQ37 as its the most economical platform that will both allow me to tune and turn of NATS ( Nissan Anti Theft ). I will be converting my VQ30DET Powered Nissan Gloria to a VQ37 & 7SPD auto with a GTW3884 and hope that HP tuners will allow me to tame this beast. I'm glad that HP tuners picked up the Nissan platform and excited to see what functionality they have in store for the future.

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    Would like this feature added for the 350/370z, knocking back a lot of work because they of this, also if we can get some method of DFCO off control, at the moment only looks like 'Fuel Cut Lower Limit" ECM 8356 does anything but maxes out at 3188RPM

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    Thumbs down Any news on timing adjustment for the Zs?

    Quote Originally Posted by jmscho3 View Post
    Any updates for the g37?s and Zs yet regarding timing issues ?