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lukaswlu

Location of overev in PST2

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Anyone knows where i can find the information of over revs in PST2. Some companies advertise that info like the dynometric. But i have the actual PST2 and have not been able to spot where it is.

Thank you

Lukas

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At the top of the Vehicle Data screen.

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Thanks for the quick answer, but i don't have anything that would resemble over rev counter. i have ignitons 1 thats like 2900 hrs and then igntions 2 which is empty. transimtion number, radio code, interior code. and then at the end value x m z. but they are all empty.

Is there a way to use the computer without plugin it into the car? So i can play around with all settings? Or where i can get a manual for it?

Thanks again.

Lukas

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Yes, those are over revs.

Range 1 are "safe" over-revs as the rev limiter can catch those.

Range 2 are the "bad" over-revs as the rev limiter can not catch those.

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Yes, those are over revs.

Range 1 are "safe" over-revs as the rev limiter can catch those.

Range 2 are the "bad" over-revs as the rev limiter can not catch those.

so you have 1500 bad revs on your car? Isn't that bad? is this from racing? My is blank on that field, its shows some hours after that. And i have about 2000 safe over revs.

Whats a good yearly value if you are not racing the car?

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Yes, those are over revs.

Range 1 are "safe" over-revs as the rev limiter can catch those.

Range 2 are the "bad" over-revs as the rev limiter can not catch those.

so you have 1500 bad revs on your car? Isn't that bad? is this from racing? My is blank on that field, its shows some hours after that. And i have about 2000 safe over revs.

Whats a good yearly value if you are not racing the car?

Nor my car - just one I happened to take a screen shot of.

The bad over-revs are usually caused my missed shifts (i.e. 4th to 2nd). In these cases the engine is forced to an over-rev condition where the rev limiter can not stop it.

Another potential cause if you track your car is spinning the car 180 degrees (you are going backwards) and not getting the clutch disengaged in time. This can actually run the engine backwards - not good.

The hours after Range 1 is the engine hours at the last time there was a protected over-rev.

If you have no Range 2 counts then you are good.

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Yes, those are over revs.

Range 1 are "safe" over-revs as the rev limiter can catch those.

Range 2 are the "bad" over-revs as the rev limiter can not catch those.

so you have 1500 bad revs on your car? Isn't that bad? is this from racing? My is blank on that field, its shows some hours after that. And i have about 2000 safe over revs.

Whats a good yearly value if you are not racing the car?

Nor my car - just one I happened to take a screen shot of. (my car has zero Range 2 over-revs)

The bad over-revs are usually caused my missed shifts (i.e. 4th to 2nd). In these cases the engine is forced to an over-rev condition where the rev limiter can not stop it.

Another potential cause if you track your car is spinning the car 180 degrees (you are going backwards) and not getting the clutch disengaged in time. This can actually run the engine backwards - not good.

The hours after Range 1 is the engine hours at the last time there was a protected over-rev.

If you have no Range 2 counts then you are good.

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