Originally Posted by Clap135
I have zero throttle closures as well. The only thing they need to work on is making it more linear.
So check this out:
Running v3.00 firmware and 93 octane map. Cruising normally on 6th gear on the highway on my way to botanical gardens. All of a sudden, there was a pop, the engine went into limp mode and the brake light came on the dash. I pulled over and with the engine idle-ing the rpm needle was wobbly - going down to 400 rpms and jumping up to 1000 rpms.
I shut off the engine, I popped the hood, inspected all the plumbing I could see and everything was normal. I started the car back again and everything was fine.
Came home, plugged the BT tool in and I pulled the following information out of the ECU:
2D59 DME digital motor electronics, internal failure: control actual torque??
Error will cause a warning light
Error is not currently present
Test conditions have been completed
Freeze Frame Information
Event 1Odometer 38488kms 23915miles
speed control 3,264.00 rpm
motor torque nominal value control 364.00 Nm
motor torquet actual value control 508.00 Nm
nominal value motor torque 0.00 Nm
Note the major difference between the nominal and actual torque values.
I don't know about what you think or believe, but Cobb has some serious work ahead of them.