Do Luck DTM II

By | 08/02/2016

The Do Luck DTM II replaces the Skyline GTR stock analogue G sensor and allows for faster Attesa control and response and takes 4wd control to another level in terms of both performance and response over the factory setup. There are other similar products on the market from the likes of Midori who offer two versions, a street spec and a track spec with a little more aggressive Attesa maps. We were particularly keen to test Do Luck latest DTM II because unlike the other models, Do Luck have incorporated multiple modes as well as a user configurable mode for fine tuning as well as a Tarzan mode, which is a setting Tarzan Yamada (well known Japanese racer) worked to develop with Do Luck.

Do Luck DTM II

Do Luck DTM II

Having tested and used the DTM II for the past 6 months  we can certainly say it is well worth the money. You can really notice that in G2 and A2 modes where the response is a lot more aggressive as you can see gauge shift torque towards the front wheel during moderate to hard acceleration.

Further more, the DTM II works with the cars ABS under hard braking, there is a shift of torque to the front wheels for increased braking stability – similar to engine braking effect. Aside of all the modes and adjustability it is nice to have a little display that displays real time and peak long and lat G forces.

Personally we would not recommend something that is a gimmick and does not work but you just need to look at Aki’s feedback to tell you how impressed he was also.
So just to reiterate from there are a total of 7 settings:
4 in G mode – G1, G2, G3, and G4
3 in ARX mode A1, A2, and A3
G1= Output signal same standalone Do Luck Digital G sensor:
G2= Output signal same standalone Do Luck Tarzan G Box:
G3= Output signal same as a new Nissan oem G sensor:
G4= User programmable – can define a percentage for each of the 4 (front, rear, left, right) G forces should be multiplied by, as sent to the ATTESA ECU. The user can choose an amplification between 0% to 200% for front, left and right G forces, but for the rear G force (i.e. braking), the amplification range is between 100% and 115% (From Aki’s Blog)
ARX Mode uses throttle position along side G force and is multiplied by a set variable for each of the settings looked up from the Attesa ECU map.
A1= Street Mode
A2= Circuit Mode
A3= Pure signal mode for both throttle position and G force.
Available for R32/33/R34 and CT9A.  Contact us for best prices. Can ship Europe wide.
Priced at £525 inc Delivery.

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