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Hi, For what i read on this forum everyone is using UpRev or EcuTek for custom tunes on the 370z. I wanna try HP Tuners because i already have the

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Hi,

For what i read on this forum everyone is using UpRev or EcuTek for custom tunes on the 370z.

I wanna try HP Tuners because i already have the interface.
Car is 370z AT with Stillen SC kit (no UpRev).

Changed injector size and my transmission shift speed is very slow now. I think it's related to Base Fuel Schedule table.
If someone with a tune for a supercharged car (Uprev or ecutek) could share some screenshots of your Base Fuel Schedule Tables and Torque Calculations related tables will be very helpful to me.

Thanks in advance.

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Whoaaaa. Wait a min... So my HP will work for Zs? Just buy some credits and that's it? I have the vicm. I thought i was going to have to go ecutek
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Whoaaaa. Wait a min... So my HP will work for Zs? Just buy some credits and that's it? I have the vicm. I thought i was going to have to go ecutek
It works if you have the MPVI2 interface
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I was scrolling in the hp tunner Nissan forum recently and it seems like they have some issues to work out. I seen a few people saying you can't adjust the timing with it. I think the uprev would be a better choice if you are going to tune it yourself.
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Hi,



For what i read on this forum everyone is using UpRev or EcuTek for custom tunes on the 370z.



I wanna try HP Tuners because i already have the interface.

Car is 370z AT with Stillen SC kit (no UpRev).



Changed injector size and my transmission shift speed is very slow now. I think it's related to Base Fuel Schedule table.

If someone with a tune for a supercharged car (Uprev or ecutek) could share some screenshots of your Base Fuel Schedule Tables and Torque Calculations related tables will be very helpful to me.



Thanks in advance.



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Hi,

For what i read on this forum everyone is using UpRev or EcuTek for custom tunes on the 370z.

I wanna try HP Tuners because i already have the interface.
Car is 370z AT with Stillen SC kit (no UpRev).

Changed injector size and my transmission shift speed is very slow now. I think it's related to Base Fuel Schedule table.
If someone with a tune for a supercharged car (Uprev or ecutek) could share some screenshots of your Base Fuel Schedule Tables and Torque Calculations related tables will be very helpful to me.

Thanks in advance.


I can help you, but I can't post stuff on the forum, you can PM me and we can have a look together. I have access to everything.
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I was scrolling in the hp tunner Nissan forum recently and it seems like they have some issues to work out. I seen a few people saying you can't adjust the timing with it. I think the uprev would be a better choice if you are going to tune it yourself.
Even with UpRev, the ECU will still pull timing to get around factory values. There must be hidden tables that UpRev and HPTuners can not see or modify.
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Any screen shots for hptuners? I am trying to decide whether to go uprev
or hptuner but information is very limited and I do not want to purchase a pig in the bag.

The 370z timing works just like the J&S safe guard unless it is overridden.
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