We’ve optimized fueling, ignition, cams, throttle angle, and more to achieve greater power and torque in all diving modes.
The sport exhaust button now fully opens or closes the exhaust valves at the push of a button, without additional hardware or controllers. When closed, the flaps will open at wide open throttle when you’re above 4,500 RPM. We’ve raised the rev limiter to 8,300 RPM and increased the standing limiter in park and neutral to 6,500 RPM. Optionally we’ve enabled exhaust crackle found in other models while in park and neutral. We’ve corrected the factory HP and TQ values so the correct values are sent to the dash, though the dash will still cap the max amount without being reprogrammed. Lastly, we’ve removed the throttle body limiter for maximum power delivery.
With many customers tracking their Porsche, safety is paramount in our calibration strategy. Through the use of extreme datalogging equipment and additional sensors, thermocouples, and transducers, our engineers were able to fully optimize the ECU for advanced safety routines. This includes implementing several routines not enabled from the factory. The entire thermal management system is optimized to reduce engine bay temperature, and reduce intake air temperature, while also implementing advanced protection routines to prevent oil temperature from achieving unsafe levels. We’ve enabled new temperature protection routines to prevent the engine and cooling systems from overheating prematurely, which will be noticeable on the track. We’ve optimized the injection strategy to deliver a fatter torque curve and reduce the chances of knock, and torque dips. This is also achieved alongside per cylinder ignition advance and fuel trimming. Serious track enthusiasts should consider running race fuel, and adding additional coolant for maximum performance.