|Courtesy of the Do-Luck Website: http://www.do-luck.co.jp/product/1452
To review, the Do-Luck digital G-sensor devices (both the Digital G-Sensor model and the Tarzan GBOX) replace only the OEM G-sensor, located under the center console in the RB26 GT-Rs.
|The Do-Luck Digital G-Sensor
|The TARZAN GBOX
|The very plain box the DTM II comes in
|The contents of the box
|Fits very well indeed.
|Of course this means having to drill a hole for the wiring...
|The Red Arrow on the Digital G Sensor shows the direction it should be installed
|A closer look
|Removing the Digital G-Sensor
|And here is how the DTM II looks, installed
|So slightly larger than the Digital G Sensor
|Found on gtr.co.uk...Refer to the Instructions... they will say "Throttle Output Signal" which is Pin 56 ( I think this is common to the BNR32, BCNR33, and BNR34, but please verify).
Once that's done, all you have to do is thread the lead under the carpet so it ends up under the main unit.
|So this lead connects to the DTM II main box...
|Wait? What's this? Two EXTRA leads?
Install finished! Quite easy. No messing around with anything that will get your hands dirty (i.e. perfect for me). In my next posts, I will go into HOW the DTM II works, how it can be programmed and other details NOT mentioned in the install manual (that I've seen) and yes, my driving impressions (in a word, AWESOME).