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Got my Linney AWD module and Torque management switch yesterday. I installed it today and tested the LInney AWD module.




First I tried map 1 which is RWD. I set the boost to 17-18 psi as spinning will be a huge issue. As you can see in the video, it goes from 40's straight to 68 mph or so.

[media]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_3r-MMJeoU

Below is the log for verification of RWD mode with 4WD Torque split =0.



Now in maximum AWD mode. The boost is set to 23 psi. Most of the time, I can blow through the tires but this time traction control light didn't even turn on. Here is the log showing the maximum torque split of 50%.



I am sure probably not recommended, but I actually changed the settings of torque split while car was moving. I did hear clunking sound so I let off the gas and changed it and no issues.

Ben can provide if RWD can be use all the time, but it seems it can!
 

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Does this require the zero preload ets?
 

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This is a fully programmable AWD controller

To access the changing of maps on the dash, instructions below-

Click down (snow) - click up - click down - click up - and start flashing torque split on Custom view display (the total 4 up and down clicks you must do within maximum 2 seconds)

And next you can change map and roll up and down

example

0% = map 0 RWD mode
30% = map 1
40% = map 2
Max 50% = map 3

Once chosen, wait 2 seconds and the chosen map will be saved.


This can change the way the GTR will be driven. The unit gives many control possibilities

You can map fully adjust maps, steering angle, slip on front and rear compensation also brake pressure, g sensor compensation, opposite lock on wheels, launch program




 

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Yes, Id like to buy one. Please PM a price. Also, how do you switch back to factory settings? Do you have to plug back in the oem unit?
 

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I just tried my full power in 2nd that hit 27 psi and the MPSS actually did well. Wheel slip was 4.5% maximum which is what I get starting in 3rd gear on OEM. Anyways, I also check my factory G meter and it shows a little over 1G (starting in 2nd) and shows the 1.5G screen. Usually on factory, I am on the 1.0 G (maximum G shown on graph).
 

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Are the different settings just controlling how much power could be sent forward if there is wheel spin like the factory settings? Or does this make it so that on Map 1, its a locked 30/70 power transfer, with Map 3 making it a full time 50/50 power split?
 

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Did more data, these runs done at about 24 psi boost starting in 2nd gear with Michelin MPSS 285/35/20 and 345/30/20s.. Map 1-4 are power going to the front diferentials and they are 0%, 25%, 35% and 50%. It seems like 35% is doing pretty well on getting the GTR to go from 2nd gear in my application.

 

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Did more data, these runs done at about 24 psi boost starting in 2nd gear with Michelin MPSS 285/35/20 and 345/30/20s.. Map 1-4 are power going to the front diferentials and they are 0%, 25%, 35% and 50%. It seems like 35% is doing pretty well on getting the GTR to go from 2nd gear in my application.

This is crazy awesome. How cold was it outside?
 

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Interesting, I'd like to see what the long term impact is to the fwd unit. If I recall correctly other rwd units on the market caused fwd unit failure within a dozen or so runs on the bigger cars. I'd love to use it to heat slicks.

Seems the 35 and 50 split are about the same, I'd probably roll in the 35.

When your out if boost does it drive rwd like stock ?
 

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35 and 50 split about same probably due to conditions. Maybe if I crank it up to 28 psi in 2nd gear, the difference shows more. Out of boost it is rwd like stock logic and part throttle is not fully 35 or 50%. You can actually see on the screen just like stock gtr how much going to the front.
 

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35 and 50 split about same probably due to conditions. Maybe if I crank it up to 28 psi in 2nd gear, the difference shows more. Out of boost it is rwd like stock logic and part throttle is not fully 35 or 50%. You can actually see on the screen just like stock gtr how much going to the front.
This seems like a great solution then. Please let me know how it handles a burn out at the track.
 
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