Does the Porsche Boxster have launch control?
Once you have enabled PDK tuning on your COBB Tuned Porsche, you will have the ability to use launch control on both Sport Chrono and non-Sport Chrono equipped vehicles! You can use launch control to consistently perform the fastest launches possible at the racetrack.
Does launch control damage your Porsche?
Porsche says there is no issue with using LC. No damage and no limitation to how many times you can use it unlike the GT-R. However, wear and tear items I would assume would wear out faster, inlcuding tires and clutch.
How do you use the 718 launch control?
Put the car in sport mode, turn off PSM, hold the brake down firmly, quickly floor the throttle and the RPMs will jump to about 4000 and hold there (if I remember correctly). While continuing to hold the throttle to the floor, release the brake quickly and off you go…
Does launch control void Porsche warranty?
Unlike some cars, like the Nissan GT-R, you can launch your 911 to your own delight — you’re not going to break anything and it’s not going to void the warranty. Enjoy it!
Does launch control damage car?
Anyone can launch off the line, especially in a manual car: clutch in and depress the throttle to a certain RPM, and then dump the clutch. Pretty simple, right? However, doing so can damage many things on your car like the clutch, drivetrain, engine and gearbox, especially after repeated attempts.
Do you need Sport Plus for launch control?
The Sport Chrono package, aka the Sport+ button is NOT required for using the “hidden” launch control.
Which Porsche models have launch control?
The ultimate experience in the ultimate 911. Sydney Airport is the location to showcase the new pinnacle of the 911 family, the 911 Turbo S type 992. Porsche calls it Launch Control.
What voids Porsche warranty?
Despite Porsche’s extensive warranty coverage, there are still standard exclusions that apply to most manufacturer’s warranties, including: Damage caused by neglect, vandalism or lack of required maintenance. Damage caused by an accident. Replacement of expendable maintenance items, such as tires, brake pads, etc.