Yes, please. Very eager to see these results.
Good numbers! I think the update doesn’t necessarily up the HP to much, it is more likely the curve of delivery and drop off (torque and HP).Did some pulls this morning at about 87% SoC. Without launch mode, max power was 557kW. 155.5 and 367.5 front/rear. In launch mode (on normal asphalt, not a prepped drag strip so not sure if it was traction limited) peak was 575.7, 181/375 front/rear. And I'm not sure why the front + rear peaks only add up to 556
I just got 2019.36.2.1, installing now but I assume it's just bug fixes.
Good numbers! I think the update doesn’t necessarily up the HP to much, it is more likely the curve of delivery and drop off (torque and HP).
Agreed. I think it's more like 50 more HP from the front motor during certain points in the curve when the rear is otherwise traction limited anyway. The release notes implied as much.
In launch mode (on normal asphalt, not a prepped drag strip so not sure if it was traction limited) peak was 575.7, 181/375 front/rear
That's interesting because the rear motor is the same as pre-Raven vehicles. It's only the front motor that shares the fixed magnet design of the model 3.In this TRC video from July with his raven Model S, the max front and rear hp occur simultaneously at 177.5kw and 360kw. Max battery power was 578.9kw. The sum of new numbers is 18.5kw higher, or about 3.5%. It looks like most of the gain is from the rear motor, though. The TRC car was at a 99% soc vs 87% for the new numbers. There could be more power available.
Elon also said there would be an increase of 50 hp, but these new numbers are only 25 hp more. Could be that the font motor lost traction and was limited.Then perhaps it was just a good run and/or SOC difference?
Yes, of course