• Hello everyone, I thought this topic had already been discussed many times here in the forum, but unfortunately I can't find anything about it. When I start the vehicle, the display shows 1500km Observe run-in program. If I look in the manual, it says not to rev above 7000 rpm for the first 1500 km. Is that all? Do you rev it directly up to 7000 even when it's new and warm, or do you only rev it up to 3000 for the first 300 to 400 km and then increase it further? I don't want to have any problems with the warranty later on. Thanks for the feedback!

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  • Always warm the car up well and for the first 1,500 km +/- 7,000 rpm and you're good to go 👍🏻

    But I didn't stick to it exactly myself 😜


    But you wouldn't get into trouble later either way 😎



    Bye Stefan

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    Ciao Stefan

    Möge der Grip mit dir sein!

  • It says avoid 7000 rpm if possible. Is not strictly forbidden😎

    Important, from 1501Km off onto the track.

    The GT3 is built for this 👍

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  • It says to avoid 7000 tours if possible........

    ............ I don't think that's what it says 8:-) :]) :]) :wink:

    Yes - that's roughly what it says! :thumb:


    In the article here you can also see a photo from the BDA: RE: Porsche 992 GT3 - Facts and speculations

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    981 Cayman GT4 "Biene Maja"
    und Andere... :wink:

    Edited once, last by boborola (July 10, 2024 at 6:58 AM).

  • ............ don't think that's what it says 8:-) :]) :]) :wink:

    But that's exactly what it says.

    Literally: Avoid high engine speeds above 7000 rpm. Drive at low speeds when the engine is cold.

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    Der eine Gedanke der aus einem Werk ein Opus macht

  • Why does the buyer of a GT3 (with this awesome engine) even need such driving instructionsk:facepalm:, you'd think you were in America.:kdash:

    All you need is common sense and a little more experience with cars.:raeusper:

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  • ............ don't think that's what it says 8:-) :]) :]) :wink:

    But that's exactly what it says.

    Literally: Avoid high engine speeds above 7000 rpm. Drive at low speeds when the engine is cold.

    No. That's not exactly what it says. I was just joking (but I don't think many people in the forum understand that anymore) about the word"over". But never mind. It fits. It doesn't have to turn into a (religious) discussion again. And I don't always stick exactly to the specifications anyway.


    Ciao Stefan (who doesn't give a damn about RTFM) :wink:

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    Ciao Stefan

    Möge der Grip mit dir sein!

  • Ciao Stefan (who doesn't care about RTFM) :wink:

    Haha - that's fine... Brain on is usually enough! :thumb:

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    981 Cayman GT4 "Biene Maja"
    und Andere... :wink: