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    Refreshed “2021” Model 3 Performance Waiting Room

    Got my VIN & Setup my pickup yesterday! Tesla Model 3 Performance Red & White Ordered: 2/4/21 VIN: 3/14/21 Pickup: 3/22/21
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    Choosing the Right Enkei PF01's for a M3P

    Thank you for your input! Yeah, I'm leaning towards the 265 square setup. Especially since I want less poke and the +35 offset, I'm worries 275's may get too close to the suspension, but IDK how to find this out ahead of time, other than seeing that others have run similar setups. I'm surprised...
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    Choosing the Right Enkei PF01's for a M3P

    Thank you for the info. That car looks fantastic, yours? Glad they should fit and I'm currently leaning towards the square setup. I'd have a good mechanic put on the wheels, but a Tesla specific hub adapter would be nice. I'd think adapters for these cars would exist by now, guess I just gotta...
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    Tesla Model 3 vs. Honda Accord Hybrid

    Interesting you post this! I have been driving a 2018 Accord 2.0T the past month while I wait for my Tesla M3P to be delivered. A friend loaned it to me, as he had just replaced it with a Q7, and still have a few months on his lease. I'm paying his lease in the meantime, so it works out for...
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    Refreshed “2021” Model 3 Performance Waiting Room

    I ordered 2/4 and mine says "Estimated Delivery: 5 - 8 weeks from order placed date" Model 3 Performance, Red/White I really hope to get it by the end of March, as I am currently borrowing a friend's extra 2.0T Accord, which is off lease early April. On 1/31, my 09 Mazdaspeed 3 threw a rod...
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    Choosing the Right Enkei PF01's for a M3P

    Hey Guys, TL:DR - Trying to determine which Enkei PF01 size is best for my application on a M3P, and do I need spacers, hub adapters, etc. I have an M3P on order and I think want to sell off the included 20" Uberturbine wheels & tires while they are new and have max value. I don't want tires...

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