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Discussion in 'Anything and everything' started by SKiddell, Jan 27, 2011.


    PHIL HYETT New Forum User

    Thank you

    Steve thank you for your time and the very good advise . I will keep you informed on my progress with the tuners .

    Phil :driving:
  2. Gio

    Gio GIO9000

    Nissan FAST and USFM fiche

    I found both of these - and some other reference stuff - here Reference Fiddly to install but it does work eventually. Follow their guides. For the JDM, ignore the 84Mb _a2.rar file, it doesn't unpack correctly. You use the __a2.rar file. JDM used 5 CDs a1 a2 a3 b1 b2. This page also gives some install hints although for a slightly different version Welcome to - Installing FAST onto your computer but explains which file to install for which market.

    I would have posted this in the "Tech stuff wanted" thread but it's closed and there doesn't seem to be anywhere else to post technical stuff for all models. :)

    And in the title USFM = USDM d'oh.
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  3. SKiddell

    SKiddell Having a bad day

    Excellent stuff Gio, I will put it in the appropriate place
  4. bigblock

    bigblock New Forum User


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  5. ddhchp

    Z Club Member

    Hi Steve
    I have Lens old 240z and have spent lots of money on her and still spending. The help I need is with my new 123 programmable Dizzy I have a Rebello 300 BHP engine on dyno and around 243 at the wheels with triple 45 DCOE.
    I have had good success with this new dizzy and have what I think a good curve now. however the dizzy has a vacuum curve input and I can create a curve of any type. should I use this feature if so can you help me understand or should I leave it at 0 effect curve? I would like to call you to discuss but I cant find your number my number is 07774 116552 Dean Halsey
    I would like to send you my write up on this dizzy and maybe you can help to make or use it better?
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