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20 October 2014 - 12:58 PM


Street Car Drags Jan 18th 2015 at Palm Beach International Raceway

27 July 2014 - 10:23 PM

Street Car Drags will be Jan 18th 2015.

Register today!


SOLD: AAM resonated Midpipe for sale

04 May 2014 - 05:26 PM


I used this for about a year. No dings or scratches. Comes with bolts.  

Link to AAM Website: http://aamcompetitio...ed-midpipe.html

AAM Competition GT-R 90mm Resonated Midpipe
AAM Competition MSRP: $795.00
AAM Competition sale price: $755.24
  • Adds 15-22 horsepower
  • Enhanced exhaust note
  • Eliminates 12.4 pounds
  • Precision TIG welded T-304 Stainless Steel
  • Twin 3"(76mm) to Single 3.5"(90mm) Design
  • High quality Stainless Steel Flex Section
  • Laser Cut T-304 Stainless Steel Flanges
  • All Hardware included
  • Made in the USA

Let’s be honest, the factory GT-R exhaust note is not exotic. There is plenty of room for improvement. AAM Competition’s Resonated Midpipe is the ultimate entry level upgrade for your GT-R. Our midpipe will improve engine power, response, and efficiency, as well as enhance the Nissan GT-R's signature exhaust note. Your GT-R will finally sound as good as it looks.

Produced from highly durable 16-gauge T-304 stainless steel here in our US facility. The front pipes on the GT-R Resonated Midpipe measure 3 inches in diameter, and the single rear collector measures 3.5 inches.

Dyno testing has yielded broad gains of 15-22 AWHP on an otherwise factory equipped GT-R.

Weighing in at only 17.6lbs, the AAM Competition GT-R Resonated Mid-Pipe trims 12.4lbs of weight from the factory mid-pipe!! (further weight savings are available with the AAM Competition Non-Resonated Midpipe)


30 April 2014 - 01:10 PM


Cobb's New V3 Accessport Review

18 February 2014 - 01:57 PM

I’ve now had my Cobb V3 Accessport for about five weeks.

Throughout the time I’ve owned it, I’ve had the chance to use it in my daily driving operations and at the track.

The new V3 has a high end appearance. It feels solid in the hands and has a soft touch backing that won’t scratch when you set it down on a hard surface.

The screen itself is very high resolution and clear.  The screen alone is about the same size as the whole V2 Accessport. It’s a big improved over the old V2.

One of the drawbacks to owning the V2 was not having a mount. Most of the time I crammed the V2’s cord in between the dashboard gauge cluster so it would be at eye level. It worked but it wasn’t stable and could possibly damage the dash material if left overnight.

Cobb solved this with the V3. They include a thin bracket mount with a 3M sticky back so it can me mounted anywhere in the GT-R. Cobb integrated a magnet in the mount and one in the V3 so it just slides effortlessly into the mount with no snapping sound or pressure points. I love magnet mounts.

The gauge display on the V3 is a huge improvement over the old. You can now display a single parameter or up to 6 on the screen at the same time. It comes in handy big time.

They also put an on off switch on the V3 so you don’t have to unplug it like in the past. Great feature.

Flashing the car with the V3 is lighting fast. Much faster than the V2. Flashing the TCM takes no time at all and imo is at least twice as fast as my V2.  5 min max instead of 20 for the V2. Interestingly it takes longer to reset the ECU with the V3. They make you wait about 20 second’s vs 10 in the V2. I sent an email to Cobb asking why this is and they replied that it takes longer to reset all the parameters and people weren’t waiting long enough with the V2.  

The V3 also comes with a nice plush case to keep it in. No more scratches from storing it in the glove box with no case.

All in all I would say this thing is a hit. I use my Accessport much more now than when I had my V2.  It’s more functional and flashes faster. It would recommend an upgrade if you have an older unit. It’s definitely worth it.  

Here is more info

Some photo’s I took.

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