So my next Update:
Support at XHP seems not to know why i can´t change the rev limit. Even further there seems to be some kind of issue going on as the shifts are not smooth.
First shift at 6680rpm, second shift at 6613 but before that, rpm was at 6646 and declined a bit before shifting (felt strange) and hitting long tq limit 4 after the shift.. which is again..strange?
I may be the only one affected with this strange issue but also i never heard of anybody running stock turbos and shifting at 6.6k rpm. Everybody i know shifts around 5.8-6k..
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The recommendation now is to use stock shiftmap. Sounds like a workaround to me.
Flashing stock and everything is fine and also in the true manual mode i can hit 7k rpm. Only during automatic modes in D and S not.
What is your experience with V1.1?
I guess there will be ppl who like the new downshift behaviour but it is not my thing.
What i don´t like: When i drive towards a red light and being e.g. in 6th gear and i brake a bit harder the car hits 3rd and 2nd gear in so harsh that smooth braking is not possible anymore. Really uncomfortable.
Over all i don´t understand why XHP introduces a new Rev Limit and this downshift logic hard into the OTS maps. First one should be left for ppl to adjust in the Max RPM table and latter might be an on/off option. In the end my 335 is not a race car and i dislike this downshift logic as it makes the car less comfortable in D in different situations. Overall it still is not an M car and many ppl (who i know) use it as a daily and even family car. At least here in Germany.
Another thing is that my car is now shifting like 4 times as much as before that "upgrade" in daily city use.
I hope that XHP will change their policy of introducing/dictating "Features" that may be unwanted for some ppl and would be a great on/off option.
One thing I noticed, if I wasn't in sport+ with traction off, my shifts were always below 7000. As soon as I turned traction control off in sport+, I was able to rev to 7500 without any issues.
I don't know why people just assume torque limit 4 is normal. I guess they don't want listen because I must not know what I'm talking about because someone else said it was normal... but I digress.
We think there is a checksum that is not getting calibrated for the DCT cars when boost target is changed. This is one reason why we don't change that value for the MHD OTS maps anymore like we did for v5. If you set boost target back to 1.28 and ensure the hex value is correct, the torque limit 4 will go away. You just need to use MHD MBoost tmap scaling with a 3.5 bar to get a higher boost target without changing that table value which causes the torque limit 4. I'm using a 5 bar on my Z4 so I can run over 30 psi. See the log below, increased shift points and no torque limit 4.