Interesting Blitz auction

Discussion in 'ENGINE MANAGEMENT' started by Jay, Jan 5, 2020.

  1. Jay

    Jay Admin

    Spotted this which looks interesting:

    https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/f328415024

    Product Details ☆ BLITZ ACCESS 333R / Blitz Access 333R ☆ Computer CPU rewrite set ☆ [Search] Tuning shop ☆
    It is a data rewriting set for Blitz access computers.

    At the time, it was a product exclusively for Blitz's pro shop, and I think it was not distributed to the general public.

    Since it has not been used for a while, it will be exhibited with junk items.

    Because it is a professional product, please consider only those who can understand after judging from the image.

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  2. SKINY

    SKINY Registered User +

    Very interesting Indeed, looks like 6 different chipsets
    6 different maps lol :)
     
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  3. Rev

    Rev Registered User +

    I'll take a stab at it.
    PR disk is program disk . 1999 means it runs on win95 or NT4 ,the data map gets loaded onto the chip before it plugs into a blitz ecu.
    333R well, r for racing , my guess a Supra upgrade as blitz were racing supras around then. 333hp for version 1?
    I wonder if the program disk can be used to upgrade the Toyota ecus like the re programmable 4E El-prototypes ecu my car used?
     
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  4. gorganl2000

    gorganl2000 Registered User +

    i was somehow "taken back to the past" for a second when i saw floppy discs :D

    hmmm, it may be useful to those with blitz ecus...i wonder if it gives full write/edit access to the maps...if so, then a blitz ecu user/owner would have a full standalone in a way
     
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  5. Jay

    Jay Admin

    My take on it is that only a very small few Japanese people know (a) what the hell it is and (b) how the hell to use it properly.

    Think I'll hold fire on any bids lol.
     
  6. John 08

    John 08 Registered User +

    Interesting find alright, wonder what way they would go pricewise :confused:
     
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  7. SKINY

    SKINY Registered User +

    Currently at 140ish quids bud :)
     
  8. SKINY

    SKINY Registered User +

    Do you mean the old supra GT car with the 3sgte engines bud ?
     
  9. Rev

    Rev Registered User +

    Yea man you are spot on 3s-gte 2L is close to what I was thinking but it seems Celica and supra names interchanged a bit for
    3s-gte Celica say a 187 kW (251 hp) (Japanese market celica ) racing remap to 333hp looks good.

    I said 333hp as I have a 2L 188kw Scirocco R , its comfortable tuning window is 322-335hp.


    For the record and for the love, a little checking shows -

    > Blitz racing were playing with 2JZ-GTE supras at the time as explained here stock 3.0-liter six made 320 hp and 315 lb-ft modified were over 1000HP.
    https://drivetribe.com/p/solitary-s...tweRQKmI9kAz66-K5Q?iid=TOjsZbIWRWqlaAnJ45bzxg
    https://www.roadandtrack.com/car-cu...2/toyota-supra-2jz-engine-teardown-explainer/

    and
    > The top secret Supra 3s-gte version 2.2L was no slouch at 700HP with hks and greedy combo shown in this link http://www.speedhunters.com/2017/12/a-300kmh-blast-from-top-secrets-past/
     
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2020
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  10. Calum122

    Calum122 Registered User +

    Waa! Why would they remove the 2JZ motor for a 2 litre motor???
     
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  11. SKINY

    SKINY Registered User +

    Simply to keep the weight down, and regulations lol, i know, crazy folks :rolleyes:
    The 3sgte is very easy to tune, stock gt-fours can see just over 300 with a few more, was told mine was around 300 with a decat, fcd and boost turned up, how much up who knew but it showed a stock st205 how to move before it popped :cool:
     

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