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Does anyone know whether the ECU on a Puma TDCi can be interrogated to see what the driving style history is?

An acquaintance of mine recently bought a second-hand but relatively recent Porsche, and had an independent inspector check them over.

He was able to tell that 2 of them (contrary to what the seller was saying) had been on track days and had the nuts revved off them.

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Does anyone know whether the ECU on a Puma TDCi can be interrogated to see what the driving style history is?

An acquaintance of mine recently bought a second-hand but relatively recent Porsche, and had an independent inspector check them over.

He was able to tell that 2 of them (contrary to what the seller was saying) had been on track days and had the nuts revved off them.

I would think that anyone buying a sports car or performance vehicle would expect that almost as a given :unsure:

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"I would think that anyone buying a sports car or performance vehicle would expect that almost as a given"

well yes we might think that - but for every boy racer there are plenty of the Mid Life Crisis brigade who buy their silly sports speedster and drive it very carefully

My Puma is my daily driver, and I'm quite conservative driving it - My 110 V8 isn't and I don't (and if its warm and dry its the 1955 85" driving choices are quite limited) Sorry dont mean to show off!

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I would think that anyone buying a sports car or performance vehicle would expect that almost as a given :unsure:

Probably. But you would at least expect the owner to be honest about it. If he has lied about that, what else is he telling porkies about?

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