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Durametric Results - Rev 1 / Rev 2


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I bought the Durametic Software which is really nice. I am looking at the Ignitions Range 1 and Ignitions Range 2 results. Are these numbers 'counted' the same way on the Durametric as they are on the PST2? For example, I have 12 Range 2s

Also, yesterday I accidently redlined it and the limiter kicked it. This event was recorded as both a Range 1 and a Range 2 at 980h. For sure I did not do a high RPM downshift. Why would that have happened?

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I bought the Durametic Software which is really nice. I am looking at the Ignitions Range 1 and Ignitions Range 2 results. Are these numbers 'counted' the same way on the Durametric as they are on the PST2? For example, I have 12 Range 2s

Also, yesterday I accidently redlined it and the limiter kicked it. This event was recorded as both a Range 1 and a Range 2 at 980h. For sure I did not do a high RPM downshift. Why would that have happened?

That is interesting and if your engine is not modified, I would like to know if a rev 2 can happen in your car without mechanically forcing it to happen, such as a downshift. If it is true, and your software is showing you what the PST2 does, then I would get to the dealer and see if you can duplicate a type 2 overrev by simply bouncing off the rev limiter. If you can, then Porsche may have a problem denying blown engine claims simply because of Rev 2 indication. If the dealer can duplicate a Rev 2 like that, I sure wouldn't have them do anything to the car until you get them to ACKNOWLEDGE WHAT HAPPENS IN WRITING.

If your engine is modified, you're SOL. My understanding is that a REV 2 will only occur at a specific rpm above an established number which should be higher than the fuel cutoff should allow to happen.

Edited by 1999Porsche911
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