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P90DL How to tell what power level you have?

Discussion in 'Model S: Driving Dynamics' started by jaed, Mar 7, 2017.

  1. jaed

    jaed Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I am looking at purchasing a P90DL.
    If I understand correctly there was a shift half way through the production span that added around 50 hp in the P90DL. When looking at a used car any idea on how to tell if it has the faster battery / motor? Did they change it when the nose was revised?
     
  2. St Charles

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    First, you'll want to figure out what battery version you have. You can do this by checking under the front passenger wheel well for the model/serial# sticker: [​IMG]

    Once you know the model, refer to THIS SPREADSHEET to determine the max theoretical output. I say Theoretical because current Firmware may limit maximum power output in certain scenarios.

    -HTH
     
  3. Indpowr

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    So, My P90DL (L ordered) shows this 1063792-00-A, so with the latest software update. How do I tell max output/power from that?
     
  4. Tech_Guy

    Tech_Guy P100D Upgrade complete

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    Looking at the spreadsheet max output should be around 450KW
     
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    It would be great if that spreadsheet had a 60% SOC column. That is where some of the most appealing reasons to own a later PXXD show up. The improved KW roll-off.
     
  8. Tech_Guy

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    Like this chart from @Old Man Mike thread!

     
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