Thursday, July 31, 2008

Which of these are the bang for the buck?!

e-Manage Utimate
The GReddy e-manage Ultimate is as close to a stand-alone management system as you can get while maintaining the best features of a "piggy-back" engine management; an economical price, the usage of existing sensors, the ability to easily alter factory settings and not having to tune from scratch. But unlike the original e-manage, the Ultimate is more refined, requiring specific application usage (which we are constantly adding application updates that you can download FREE via, Tech WebPages.) The benefit of this is, the included PC-based USB "Ultimate Support Tool" allows for even finer tuning capabilities, improved flexibility in fuel & ignition control and adds impressive data-logging qualities to make tuning quicker and easier. The increased number of input and output ports of the Ultimate, along with new built-in adapters add many new options to the unit. In addition to standard e-manage airflow-based adjustments, the Ultimate version includes new and upgraded features. The Parameter Set-up, tab menu format of the Ultimate has improved direct Map control for adding and subtracting Fuel and Ignition. The ability to switch between 2 preset tuning Maps (i.e. Street or Race program) via externally mounted toggle switches. There are Maps for Individual cylinder adjustment for both Fuel and Ignition. There are also options to convert injection and ignition systems (i.e. group or sequential injection and group or individual fire ignition.) An Airflow Output Map option even allows for airflow meter elimination. And when used with a wideband A/F Meter, the Air Fuel Target Map can self-tune an Injector base tuning Map, to speed up initial tuning. There are also built-in Boost, Rev and Speed Limiter-Cut features. To create super smooth operation, there are various fine tuning Correction Maps to adjust for Throttle Acceleration, Vehicle Speed, Water Temp, Intake Temp, Auto Trans Shift, Anti Engine Stall, and Idle. To further aid in tuning, e-manage Ultimate’s improved integrated Monitoring, Map Tracing and Datalogging features far exceed any other piggyback controller on the market. Even when not connected to the software, 8 channels of datalogging (at 20msec intervals) can be recorded and stored to be reviewed later. With the Support Tool connected, over 30 channels can be covered. Other new features include: Improved RPM recognition, Warning Settings, Password Protection for individual tuning Maps, NVCS (Nissan), VTEC (Honda), O2 Feed-back, Clean Fouled Plugs, and numerous others in future updates. Ideal for optimizing and fine-tuning for performance products like Exhaust, Air Intake, Intercoolers, Boost Controllers, and Turbochargers, the e-manage Ultimate fills the gaps between conventional piggyback and expensive stand-alone engine managements. All installation and tuning should only be made by a trained technician with proper air/fuel monitoring tools. (Some or all functions may not be compatible with some applications.)

GReddy’s e-Manage is a cost effective programmable engine management system that allows you to properly tune your factory engine control without having to change the entire factory ECU system to an expensive "stand-alone" unit or the inconvenience of sending it out for a full ECU reprogram. The e-Manage system is a true universal "piggy-back" type unit that taps into most Japanese factory ECU wiring, by utilizing the vehicle’s existing sensors (or optional upgraded sensors if factory sensors are maxed out). The major benefit is the factory ECU settings become your "Base-MAP" for tuning. There is no need for extensive tuning for normal driving conditions, but does allow the tuner to fine tune, adjust for injector changes, and add new MAP(s) for situations the factory ECU is not capable of (like on-boost conditions). And as technological breakthroughs are achieved, we offer FREE updates via our website’s Tech page. Basic functions will allow the tuner to slightly alter factory injector duty-cycle (± 20% at 5 preset RPM points) by intercepting and altering airflow or MAP sensor signals. An option for Honda VTEC cars will allow you to even adjust the VTEC shift point. Additional features are built into the system but are only accessible through the use of the e0-1, PRofec e-01 programmer or our PC-Windows based "e-Manage Support Tool" communication software (sold separately). There is a 16x16 airflow adjustment map, a maximum 50% larger main injector correction adjustment, upgrade air flow meter adjustment, boost limiter cut, anti-engine stall, VTEC-fuel adjustment, real-time map trace, real-time display, real-time communication and basic Data-logging. With the use of our "Optional Injector Harness" and the software, the unit has the ability to control an additional 16x16 injector duty cycle map and the controls for adding up to 2 additional sub-injectors. If the "Optional Ignition Harness" and the software are used the unit has the ability to control a 16x16 ignition timing map. All of the above maps can also be map-traced in real-time as well. If the factory range of map or airflow meter is surpassed, you can incorporate a larger airflow meter or our "Optional GReddy Pressure Sensor and Pressure Harness" to set larger scales of adjustment. All installation and tuning should only be made by a trained technician with proper air/fuel monitoring tools. (Some or all functions may not be compatible with some applications.)
CAMCON Ti CC-111, 111A, 111B
● CAMCON-Ti controls Toyota VVT-i timings and the Air to Fuel ratio.
● For any motor sports enthusiasts who never satisfy with "stock" regardless the new technology, the Power Enterprise developed CAMCON that can further advance or retard the camshaft angle with respect to the stock setting.
● It can give more crisp power response at mid-to-high rpm and also adjusted for more torque at low rpm, and in the end it achieves better gas/mileage for a given out put power.
● Over 10% mpg UP !! The effects of variable valve control improve fuel economy consequently reduced emissions.
● Actual programming to your specific vehicle with performance parts added improve more power.

Functions and Features
● Adjustment of Toyota variable valve timing within -20° ~+20° Setting is done in 1.0° increments every 500rpm from 2000rpm to 9000rpm.
● Precise adjustments of air/fuel every 500rpm between 1000rpm and 9000rpm, from +20% -10% in 1.0% increments.
● During operation, the real time display will show the Cam timing values, A/F modulation percentage or the current water temperature.
● Simply power off the Camcon Ti to return to factory default ECU calibration settings.


Bride Cuga SeatsBride always seems to have the proper solutions to all your seating needs. Most people look for low weight, comfort and quality, and the new Cuga from Bride has it all. This recline able seat weighs 6.6lbs. less than the other Bride seats and is 90 percent handmade, so you can count on the quality that Bride is known for.

Tanabe Medallion Touring exhaust

Since the prices of exhaust tickets have risen, it seems that it is not really worth it anymore to get an aftermarket exhaust. Well, Tanabe has the solution with its new Medallion Touring exhaust system. This new product keeps the sound under 93db, this means that you don't need to worry about the law pulling you over for that annoying noise that your car emits with those other exhaust systems. Tanabe has also ensured that the performance would not be sacrificed in that the piping is large enough to produce dyno proven results while maintaining great sound quality. Improve performance with paying the price with the new Tanabe Medallion Touring exhaust.for more info visit

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Power Enterprise Camcon-Ti

Member of the BCT just install Camcon-Ti yesterday at SHH PRO SHOP,and he's is really happy on the power and response on the his car,so well done mr Black Echo,keep it up!

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Destek Unichip

Its really amazing how this little ting can do wonders and cost thousands of $!!!!!

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Yaris from Indonesia

You Gotta be kiddin me rite?,this is absolutely madness and wicked in a great way,Indonesia you did an awesome Job!well done!

Aman from Brunei Subaru Club Tuned By Ohura

Well what can i say? the man Ohura san From Shh Pro has done it again,and this time with really really good figures on aman Subaru WRX, i must say aman you are one lucky man! Enjoy your new figures and drive safe Bro! and Again Congrats!

Thursday, July 24, 2008

TEIN Suspension

Easy suspension tuning is in your hands. S.Tech was made so that everyone can enjoy sports driving. Based on OE specification so that the installation is easy. Full compliance with car inspection. Great styling, plus more fun to drive. The highest quality all brought to you at great prices. Mostly in soft springs price starts from $380-480

Light weight and flexible HIGH.TECH spring is offered with 3 major warranties; against discomfort, noise and sag, as proof of our confidence in high quality. It is constructed of Vanadium for optimum setting for each vehicle. Its superior quality provides not only durability and excellent ride comfort, but also a reason to apply manufacturer’s limited warranties. These are hard springs. Price starts from $550-600

Coilovers are getting more affordable now days that its best choice as the shock are matched with the springs so you dont have to wory about blowing out you shocks. As the original shock can barely handle the stock spring rate just changing the springs will reduce the lifespan of the original shocks and shocks+springs combo are the same as and sometime more than the price of the coilovers and if you change springs now nad shocks later that will equal to 2x labour, alignment and camber

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Natasha from Melbourne

Here some pictures of Natasha Toyota Echo from the OZECHO member with Turbo kit install.this car is believe to be put on carshow event,and she also won Award winning all girl car club! also great thing about the car is she often use it! Great work Natasha we salute You. for more detail you can check out this web site

Monday, July 21, 2008

Apex'i RSM

The Rev/Speed Meter GP is a complete multi function measuring device designed to measure and monitor data such as vehicle speed, engine RPM, and elapsed times. The screen utilizes the easy to read VFD (Vacuum Fluorescent Display) with built in light sensor used in many of A'PEX's line up. The unit also delivers a host of new functions. Standard features include: Engine RPM, Vehicle Speed, Travel Distance, and Battery Voltage (All which can be displayed in real time graph mode, numerical mode, or analogue mode; 1-4 channels at a time.), Peak Hold, Replay (With 60 second playback.), Speed Limiter Cut, 0-100m/200m/400m times with trap speed, 0-100km/h/200km/h/300km/h times, Mid Range Acceleration (The user can preset any range of speed to measure.), Stop Watch functions, Best Time Memory, RPM Warning, Speed Warning, RPM and Speed Outputs (For external devices requiring an RPM or speed signal.), Tire Size Correction (For acceleration and timing accuracy.), and Vehicle weight input. One of the most exiting of the new features is the option to utilize the revolutionary A'PEX G-Sensor (Sold separately.). The G Sensor allows the unit to measure G forces in 4-way front/rear/left/right directions. This data can be plotted in a graph display to map acceleration characteristics and lateral G's on the race track, or used in an array of new features including: Highly accurate 100m/200m/400m times with trap speed and wheel-spin correction, Horse Power Calculation, and Loss Power Calculation. By taking advantage of the optional G Sensor, the user can produce extremely accurate power measurements. Usually, when measuring 0-400m times through the speed sensor signal alone, the meter will end measurement too early (shorter distance) due to wheel-spin. Using the G Sensor modifies the speed sensor signal, compensating for wheel-spin and producing impeccably accurate acceleration times.

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Old Skool Skyline

Check this Car out,its a old GT-R Sky Line,and check out that fat wheels!Haiiiiyaaa!!!!


For more info Go to your nearest HKS dealer for more detail.

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Why the small power gains?

Whay the small gains? Replace the stock exhaust with a larger diameter, straight-through aftermarket alternative. The new exhaust's structural improvements were apparent at first glance, and the trusty butt dyno registered a positive gain in power after the installation. Following suit, you yanked the OE headers and large, dense catalysts for higher flow replacements that seemed to bring even more ponies to the stable; the exhaust note grew more aggressive, and your Z seemed to race toward redline far easier than before. Finally, you tackled the last remaining restriction to engine aspiration, and replaced your factory airbox, MAFS housing and intake plumbing with the best aftermarket cold-air induction system on the market. Basic bolt-on mods complete, your Z sounded downright mean cracked wide-open on the highway-it was time to find just how much additional power the mods were worth. Judging by the car's on-street performance driving to the shop, you confidently expect at least 30 additional horses.

But as the results come back, you're shocked. After the addition of three-time-honored bolt-on modifications-an investment of over $2K-you're told the Z's VQ35 received a bump in power to the tune of 1 whp. 1 whp?!

As the conversation progresses, Tadashi-san points out the first apparent drawback to modifying newer cars; they have more sensors. Today's late-model OBD 2 ECUs are able to control more aspects of engine function than ever before. In the case of the G35's VQ35DE Rev-Up engine that Tadashi is tuning, intake airflow, air temperature, manifold pressure, exhaust gas temperature (x2), throttle pedal inflection, and load are all monitored, while throttle position, ignition timing, cam timing, and fuel injection can all be adjusted to compensate at the ECU's will. Because of this, if the readings of certain sensors fall outside predetermined parameters, the whole system can lose balance.

Another reason why you should get a piggyback or if you got the cash a stand alone ECU

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Power Enterprise Camcon Series

Going for light tune and looking for a way to tune those variable timing engine? Than camcon is the thing for you it can control most variable valve timing technologies and A/F ratio which can lead to better performance and fuel economy.

The camcon series are available for Subaru AVCS, Toyota VVTi and the New I-Vtec