GRID ATTESA Digital IMU Sensor Unit - BNR32 - RHDJapan

GRID ATTESA Digital IMU Sensor Unit - BNR32

49039 JPY
GRID SKU: 114001 PN: DIMUR32
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List Price: ¥50,600

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The Digital G-sensor senses digitally, the signal and the processing is all digital, and the time for signal transmission to the ECU is overwhelmingly short, which equals a fast response time, resulting in the ability to send only the needed amount of power to the front wheels. So, one is able to always drive with ideal power distribution.

The OEM G-sensor is located behind the shifter, and senses Gs by how much the internal pendulum swings, sending a signal to the ECU, upon which the ATTESA power distribution is controlled. Unfortunately as this is analog, the response time is slow, the G sensing range is narrow, and further as the springs deteriorate they continue to swing, resulting in a signal that hunts back and forth, which shows in the car's behavior. If such behavior appears in mid corner, the accelerator cannot really be applied, resulting in a time loss. Get this and all your JDM at RHDJapan!!
Brand: GRID
Product: ATTESA Digital IMU Sensor Unit - BNR32
Part Num. : DIMUR32
Nissan Skyline GT-R BNR32 RB26DETT (02/1993-12/1994)
Nissan Skyline GT-R BNR32 RB26DETT (08/1989-08/1991)
Nissan Skyline GT-R BNR32 RB26DETT (08/1991-02/1993)

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This is a great modern G sensor replacement
This a quality upgrade to bring the R32 GTR into the current era. The factory sensor is analogue with a pendulum that moves in silicone gel. Over time the movement is not as responsive as it once was 27 years ago. The Grid unit with its digital G sensor works flawlessles and with no moving parts reliability is vastly improved. With the combined Gyro sensor which under certain circumstances will react to vehicle dynamics faster than a G sensor and will allow for torque to be sent fast to to the front wheels. With this sensor you have the benefits of torque split working from movements such as yaw pitch and roll thanks to the inclusion of a Gyro sensor.
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