Login | Register
SearchMy Stuff
My ProfileMy PreferencesMy Mates RSS Feed
Reply to Topic
Author Discussion

porkyspecialist

Original Poster:

202 posts

119 months

[news] 
Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
Ok, so i have seen a few reading in 6 & I have always just thought it was a glitch, but I have never seen it with consistant over revs in 1,2,3,4 &5 before, so how can this be possible, & what implications does this have for manuel cars showing high rev ranges?

I'm not interested in people telling me to leave the car alone, it's not mine, I just want to know how this can be possible?

Ta.

mrdemon

6,171 posts

152 months

[news] 
Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
100mph in 3rd and put it in 2nd and not 4th would do it :-)

edit it's a tipcronic, so no idea lol

996ttalot

1,855 posts

62 months

[news] 
Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
Hi,

Okay the only way that this can be done is when on downhill you shift up at max rpm in manual mode, you can go pass the rev limit, and certainly on a 997.1 turbo, you can bounce the limiter as it does not change up automatically from 2nd to 3rd.

Either way, I think it is total Bol%$$$ so it wouldn't worry me if the car had it.

Ken

Porkupine

1,604 posts

52 months

[news] 
Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
Could a spin on a track also cause it?

Greg66

2,849 posts

65 months

[news] 
Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
Has that engine always been in that car? Can the TCU be flashed to prevent it shifting at the redline?
Advertisement

996ttalot

1,855 posts

62 months

[news] 
Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
Greg66 said:
Has that engine always been in that car? Can the TCU be flashed to prevent it shifting at the redline?
TCU can be programmed to do anything - for example we can increase RPM and remove final RPM for top speed.

Rockster

1,175 posts

47 months

[news] 
Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
porkyspecialist said:
Ok, so i have seen a few reading in 6 & I have always just thought it was a glitch, but I have never seen it with consistant over revs in 1,2,3,4 &5 before, so how can this be possible, & what implications does this have for manuel cars showing high rev ranges?

I'm not interested in people telling me to leave the car alone, it's not mine, I just want to know how this can be possible?

Ta.
When I asked how a Tip could log over revs above range 1 and I was told this could happen if one was going down a hill, I would guess a steep hill.

I'd have to see the entire over rev range counts and time of events though to perhaps be able to do a meaningful sanity check of the numbers.

Sincerely,

Rockster.
Reply to Topic