just got mine as well, waiting on the tune to be emailed to me. mind sending the link to the installI'm officially done. I got my kit last week. i just watched one youtube video of John and his explanation of the hooking up the flex fuel harness. It could have been a better lighted video, but its just too freakin easy once i did it. the hardest part of hooking it up is getting to the fuel return line and unhooking the oem fuel dampner because its right in the back, almost in the middle. basically i took off the red intake manifold cover and then unhooked it with a 10mm wrench. you really have to stretch to get to it. next i ran the harness to the battery compartment and stuck the Zeitronix and then left the cable detached that would have plugged into the secondary emmisions module.. its easy to identify. its the only grey color plug in that compartment. next called John and let him know i'm ready. it took 2 days since john has been really busy(so all you guys who are waiting for kits and a response from John--he will get to you). the day john called he asked me to uninstall my cobb and everything get reset to factory -- so don't start your car. next he remotes into your computer with LOGMEIN.com software to make sure your Ecutek software is installed updated then rechecks your dongle code(thats the little usb flash drive thingamajig) that comes in your ecutek kit with the ODB II port harness. By now you would have received all the map files in an email. which you should have downloaded and saved to a folder. John proceeded to show me how the EcuTek software works and how you can do the basics of connecting to the car and installing a map file and how you would do logging. So at this point your cobb was uninstalled.. and you have your stock maps for ecu and transmission back in you car. He first will install the Ecu map, then asks you to go back and plug in that Grey plug to his harness in the battery compartment. then you cycle your key. now he will check that your car is reading the ethanol content. next is the install of the Transmission map. next cycle your key so that all the uploading is completed. your done:?!!!!!! Boom the car cranks up and no more stuttering starts(more like epileptic seizures like i had with the cobb). Next i disconnected from John on the computer and on my phone, he tells me to go do some logs in 3rd gear 2k rpm to redline in manual transmission mode. I send the files and I'm good to go. later he tells me he did all this while he was in a friends car driving on the highway approximately 15 minutes time not including the cobb uninstall. The dude is just awesome.
I was familiar with Cobb but had no clue about anything Ecutek so for those of you unfamiliar with EcuTek. this is part of Johns setup
Now my thoughts.. this install is ridiculously easy. if you have e85 anywhere near you with in 15 miles or more, you have to do this and most of us that own a GTR should be able to afford this. I had the e85 tune from John on my Cobb, but maybe its just my mind but this tune feels significantly stronger. the car is just pullin hard almost to the point where my tires are breaking loose in the shifts thru the lower gears..( well it wasn't doing that before when i was on the E85.) so what ever he did/changed/improved in the tune. I can feel it. I have to say I've been driving on E85 for about 3 months since he did the tune for me on my cobb. so i think its for real not just that new toy/upgrade rush, where my wife says i imagine things. He did get back to me on my logs the next day and said he can tweak it a bit, but I could continue driving. so I have to say, thanks John Visconti. Its money well spent. One of these days i hope to meet him at a GTR-life event. So on ward to the next mod LOL