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Is it normal that when you start gtr uphill it would first roll a little bit backwards? It's annoying on stop sign in San Francisco uphill. Every time I'm afraid to hit the next car when restarting.
 

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It can probably be adjusted by adjusting your touch points if youre on Cobb.
 

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If you come to a full stop it should engage the anti roll. If you don't then it will begin to roll back. I drive up Gough nearly every morning to the top of the hill and 90% of the time it engages.

Also you can always left foot brake and roll on the throttle if yours isn't cooperating
 

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It can probably be adjusted by adjusting your touch points if youre on Cobb.
+1 : adjust TP to +2 and you shouldn't see it happen.
 

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If you come to a full stop it should engage the anti roll. If you don't then it will begin to roll back. I drive up Gough nearly every morning to the top of the hill and 90% of the time it engages.

Also you can always left foot brake and roll on the throttle if yours isn't cooperating
Im not sure if it will engage the anti roll since I didn't dare to test and every time I just left foot brake when restarting.
 

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I agree with lambo joe and droptop about adjusting the touch points, but the car doesn't necessarily have to be on cobb, or tuned for that matter. You can have Nissan adjust your touch points on a stock car if u want also..

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I agree with lambo joe and droptop about adjusting the touch points, but the car doesn't necessarily have to be on cobb, or tuned for that matter. You can have Nissan adjust your touch points on a stock car if u want also..

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Im new here and don't quite understand what is the Cobb :(
 

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And if you do decide to change the touch point settings, you only need to do the odd clutches. that covers gears 1, 3, 5. What you're wanting to do is change gear 1 . if you get a Cobb, it's super easy, and you can always change it back if you move to a flatter environment. It only takes about a minute or two to do a clutch relearn and change the settings.

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Clutch relearn is not needed to adjust the TP's.
I noticed that as well but I read somewhere on here that you're supposed to set all values to 0, then do a clutch relearn, then set the values to whatever you want.

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Seriously? This is an issue of the GTR? It's gotta hurt the resale value.

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