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Strange Surges Under Boost?

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gronk1967
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2020/09/16 21:17:56 (permalink)

Strange Surges Under Boost?

Question to any other 718 owners...has anyone experienced weird surges when the turbo spools up? 
 
Never noticed it before but had a 911 whilst my car was in the bodyshop for repair so when i first noticed it put it down to the. different characteristics of each of the cars and just getting used to my car again after driving something else for a few weeks. However I’m now noticing it more frequently. At high revs turbo seems to spool up then boost drops off before picking up again. i thought it was rapid gear changes (I’ve a PDK) but now that I’m looking out for it (difficult to watch revs & boost gauges together(, it seems to be independent of the gear changes. Last drive before posting 3 surges before gear change. 
 
Anyone else noticed it either as normal behaviour or a potential/actual fault?    
post edited by gronk1967 - 2020/09/17 06:53:13

Current; MY18 718 Cayman
Previous: MY07 987 Boxster, MY04 986 Boxster and way too many BMW's & GTi's to list

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PHB1969
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Re: Strange Surges Under Boost? 2020/09/17 19:49:56 (permalink)
2.0 F4T....?
 
https://www.porscheclubgb.com/forum/tm.aspx?m=1060086
 
Possibly the same as this?
post edited by PHB1969 - 2020/09/17 19:52:28
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