I'd love to know this also
What are Nissans cautions as per the shift pistons, I for one would be interested to hear them?WillAll's shift "stoppers" are also interesting, but I'm not sure I'm up to that task. Nissan's cautions about "cleaning" the shift pistons are also quite ominous, and give me pause, for both the Dodson and WillAll solutions to this problem.
If you're really concerned about warranty, any use of the cobb that requires a flash means you're done. There is no way for Nissan to tell the difference between you "just flashed it so I could get it out of limp mode" and flashing it and running it hard all the time.I can get access to a Cobb, but didn't want anything to access my ECU other than the dealers Consult III because of warranty issues. I'm in a very grey area because of my fluid choices. Also, concurrent to this considered upgrade, I'm upgrading the transmission pan with the new baffles to the 2012 pan. I have it my garage. Since I'm going to have that pan off anyway, I see this as a doable upgrade, but with this "limp mode" concern, I'm a little worried.
http://www.nagtroc.org/forums/index.php?/topic/25571-nissan-gt-r-technical-service-bulletin-recall-database/page__view__findpost__p__734042What are Nissans cautions as per the shift pistons, I for one would be interested to hear them?
Nissan are full of interesting comments, such as its good that the GTR is so heavy, thats why it handles well....
Page 11 of TSB only says relearn, but it stresses, BEFORE TEST DRIVING.If it is not in the TSB I am going to assume you would not need to do a reset for removing the valve body. I am not a GT-R tech but I can check in our Consult III Plus and see. Also food for thought. If you have the battery disconnected from the car so there is no power through any systems, how would the car ever know you removed and replaced the same identical valve body I am going to venture and say you only need to do a relearn.
From page 8 of the TSB:What are Nissans cautions as per the shift pistons, I for one would be interested to hear them?
Thanks. I'll let everybody know if the gear relearn works fine. Keeping the solenoids still is a BEAR. They move around A LOT.^awesome
How you doing the relearn ? Thought You didn't have a CobbThanks. I'll let everybody know if the gear relearn works fine. Keeping the solenoids still is a BEAR. They move around A LOT.
I didn't. A really good guy sold his GT-R and preferentially sold first choice parts to track guys. I benefitted from that chain of events.How you doing the relearn ? Thought You didn't have a Cobb