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Traction control problems with latest update?

Discussion in 'Model S: Driving Dynamics' started by sorka, Apr 28, 2016.

  1. sorka

    sorka Active Member

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    Went out to lunch with some co-workers and tried two Ludicrous launches. Both failed as the traction control light was on constantly all the way up to 50 MPH and I didn't break 250 kW instead of the 430 kW I would have normally hit with an 81% SOC.

    Is anyone else seeing traction control issues with todays update on their PDL?
     
  2. bhzmark

    bhzmark Supporting Member

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    Is that 430kW number the best you've seen? others are reporting 455 with recent builds. Wondering if early p85ds are limited with 430 with only later ones getting 455.
     
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    traction/stability control functionality seems to be "in flux", and I put it like that because the trend isn't a slow improvement.
     
  4. sorka

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    The best I've seen is 456KW at 91% with max battery ready. 80% is less.
     
  5. bhzmark

    bhzmark Supporting Member

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    on an early build p85d with ludi?
     
  6. sorka

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    Mine was was built March 2015. Upgraded to L December 2015.
     
  7. sorka

    sorka Active Member

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    Nobody is reporting 455KW at 80%. In fact, I think I have the highest reported KW reading of any upgraded P85DL to date at 456KW at 91% with max battery ready.
     

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