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Can. I get insane mode on 2013 P85

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Nemc240217, May 29, 2017.

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    Nemc240217 New Member

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    I have a 2013 P85. Not D. Can I get insane mode added.? And is it worth it ? Thank you in advance
     
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    Az_Rael Supporting Member

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    No, that was not a retrofit option from Tesla.

    However, there is a resident hacker on this site who did retrofit a P85 to a P85L, but that is probably a unique car.
     
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    And then to a P90++L, or whatever he self-labeled it :D
     
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    Thank you for the reply
     
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    I am disappointed also that there is no P85L in the works. Yes I have been reading the Jason's updates but it would be nice if Tesla provided the software.
     
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    The only difference would be ~ 40 hp increase since P85 have 1200 A P85D have 1300 A fuse.
    At high loads a voltage drop will occur and therefore 100 A x 300 V = 30 kW or 40 hp.

    Charge up to 90-100 SOC when you need the performance. You can feel the 40 hp bump from 50 % SOC compared to 100 % SOC. I
     
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    Isn't the P85+ limited by the rear motor being only 470bhp and as the battery in a P85D is limited to about 555bhp before ludicrous, going P85+L would just mean the battery exceeds what the rear motor can handle by even more?
     

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