A shout out to all you LR AWD owners with Draggy or other official software (or track times)…
Could this possibly be accurate? My butt dyno definitely noticed more pull in my LR AWD at all speeds, but that's just a butt dyno...
Since its data straight from the canbus that agrees with your butt. I would say yes. Totally possible if you believe that the AWD isn't really any different hardware than the P
I find it hard to believe that much of an improvement for the LR AWD, but it does "feel" like it. Not complaining... I'm just looking for more "facts and data... to set me free"! ;-)
Question: where is the CANbus connector located on our Model 3's?
My neck dyno agrees.
I was out for a two hour jaunt, and now my neck agrees with yours! Feels like the original P that I drove last year this time... Looking forward to CANbus data and graphs...
I certainly find the power increase is readily apparent. Now I'm wondering about specs as well - hp, 0-60 time, all that.
I just received my update. Can't wait to check it out tomorrow!
I love my Model 3......
@jebinc - thanks for posting the Reddit link. The dragy results there show the following:
LR DM - 3.9s 0-60 (with 1ft rollout)
3P - 3.03s 0-60 rollout (on 19”/P-, P+ may well be a tick under 3.0s).
Both are awesome!
Ask the 7.7% increase is for speeds about 61kmh. If you look at the go and torque graphs, both start dropping above 50-60mph. Maybe that person is saying that the drop is 7.7% less than it used to be, not necessarily that the max power is 7.7% higher.
Anyway I’d take the significantly faster acceleration and not worry about exact hp numbers.
You’re welcome. I’m very happy with the new “feel” of my LR AWD; feels like more than 5%. Must be the throttle remapping?
Feel is across the rpm range so peak hp increase doesn’t always tell the whole story. This bump feels stronger to me as well.
Also I meant to say hp (not go) and torque above. And “as per the post” somehow became Ask. I’ll blame autocorrect.