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How Many Over Revs Are Too Many?


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I'm considering a 2004 GT3 with 30,000 miles on the clock. The DME reading follows. The range 1 revs says 65535 (2^16) and that looks like the limit of the computer's memory. I know these are the type 1 over revs and should be safe, but is that still too high? Does that indicate this car's been tracked? Anything else you guys notice about these readings?

Derek

GT3 DME Vehicle data

Number of ignitions, range 1

65535 667.1 h

Number of ingitions, range 2

--

Operating hours counter

789.0

Vehicle Identification Nr.

WP0AC29984xxxxxxx

Type ID DME control unit

0996GUS01

Order type

996810

Country code

C02

Engine type

9679

Transmission type

G9696

Transmission number

2002852

Radio/PCM code

0000

Body color/convertible top color

12H0L

Interior equipment

490

Number of programming operations

2

Navigation system

0000

Total distance

047364km

Edited by Loren
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