The R35 Nissan GTR factory mass air flow sensors have difficulty reading the additional airflow
provided with upgraded turbos and aftermarket blow off valves and in high boost OEM applications. To remedy this problem, the air volume must be converted to a speed density setup requiring the air temp sensor to be moved post-intercooler and a MAP sensor installed. Titan Motorsports has
created a plug-and-play kit that resolves this problem relocating the intake air temperature sensor from the factory MAF Housing to the Upper intercooler upper pipe.
This kit is a recommended upgrade for R35 GTRs making more than 700whp or those wanting to run Vent-to-Atmosphere Blow-Off Valves. This installation takes 5 minutes and the included Plug-N-Play harness allows the car to be returned to stock. It should be noted this modification will require an ECU re-tune calibration for Speed Density, with proper calibration there is no change in drivability.
Included in this kit :
-Intake Air Temperature and Map Sensor (all in one)
– Motorsports Grade Plug and Play Harness
Available Now on Site : Titan Motorsports R35 GTR Speed Density Kit
Christmas arrived a a day early for us at Titan Motorsports, as Thursday marked the delivery of our new Dynojet 424xLC2 dyno. A semi truck and skilled crane crew made sure the transfer of this massive piece of equipement to our facility went smoothly. This state of the art All Wheel Drive dyno will be located outdoors in the rear of our new facility, allowing for better airflow and ventilation, as well as easy viewing for dyno days and meets. This new piece of equipment will allow us to further serve our Evo, Subaru, GTR, Porsche and other AWD vehicles in evaluating their performance upgrades, and providing expect tuning for their vehicles.
The 424xLC2 features dual 224 rollers along with an adjustable wheelbase system, allowing the dyno to be configured for nearly any vehicle. This unit is capable of measuring 2,000+ hp and speeds up to 200mph and can handle both 2WD and AWD vehicles. This particular unit is also equipped with dual Eddy current absorbers, allowing load control for those tuners requesting it.
We’re hoping to have the dyno up and running by the first week in January and will begin accepting tuning appointments at that time as well.