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focher's Recent Activity

  1. focher replied to the thread Raced a Huracan, Vipers, some Hellcats and others with videos.

    I just want to say that I hope every one of those cars that were defeated by a mid-priced EV continue to be celebrated and collected....

    Oct 17, 2019 at 11:34 PM
  2. focher replied to the thread Anyone still rocking a Pi Zero W smart drive for TeslaCam on Sentry Mode?.

    I have a Pi 4 on the marcone 0922 release and was getting the “slow write” message. I reimaged it and no issue since. It is kind of...

    Oct 17, 2019 at 7:53 PM
  3. focher replied to the thread Electricity too expensive with PGE for EVs.

    Why not just not switch to one of those plans. It’s not required.

    Oct 15, 2019 at 11:31 PM
  4. focher replied to the thread Anybody receive the referral wheels for Model 3?.

    I received my Wall Connector in the beginning of September. Over six months and almost zero communication. It appears they’re good for...

    Oct 12, 2019 at 10:49 AM
  5. focher replied to the thread Autosteer is not beta, very much alpha.

    Another post declaring AP unfit for public use, yet millions of miles have been driven on it without incident.

    Oct 11, 2019
  6. focher rated FielderJones's post Like in the thread Autosteer is not beta, very much alpha.

    The software is perfectly ready to leave Tesla for any user who has read the manual. Half the miles I have driven on the car have been...

    Oct 11, 2019
  7. focher rated Birdman325's post Like in the thread Autosteer is not beta, very much alpha.

    Lots of people on these forums with far more mileage than I, and there is no shortage of similar threads on this and other forums, but I...

    Oct 11, 2019
  8. focher rated DirtyT3sla's post Like in the thread Autosteer is not beta, very much alpha.

    I've driven up to 45 miles with the car doing everything including lane changes and exchanges onto other highways...I mean I had a hand...

    Oct 11, 2019
  9. focher rated ManacledGerm's post Disagree in the thread Autosteer is not beta, very much alpha.

    It seems to be my lot to play Cassandra. First it was autopark and today it is autosteer. Luckily, I only almost got into a real bad...

    Oct 11, 2019
  10. focher rated GregRF's post Love in the thread Autosteer is not beta, very much alpha.

    You could always RTFM [ATTACH]

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  11. focher replied to the thread I drive my Model X (non Performance) more spirited than I ever drove my Performance Model 3.

    The P has a Chill mode? Why? Seriously, we have a 100D X and a Performance. It seems a waste of time to toggle modes when my foot...

    Oct 11, 2019
  12. focher rated xilex's post Like in the thread I drive my Model X (non Performance) more spirited than I ever drove my Performance Model 3.

    o_O I have complete control over my foot and the acceleration curve. If I need to punch it, I can. If I need to floor it, I can do that,...

    Oct 11, 2019
  13. focher rated Zcd1's post Like in the thread I drive my Model X (non Performance) more spirited than I ever drove my Performance Model 3.

    Honestly not certain whether you're trolling, or what, but :rolleyes: So, your fine-motor skillz aren't adequate to control the Model...

    Oct 11, 2019
  14. focher rated Zcd1's post Funny in the thread I drive my Model X (non Performance) more spirited than I ever drove my Performance Model 3.

    Sounds like the real issue was the loose nut behind the wheel.... That said, glad you found a vehicle that suits your needs better. Enjoy!

    Oct 11, 2019
  15. focher rated Adam3's post Like in the thread I drive my Model X (non Performance) more spirited than I ever drove my Performance Model 3.

    Strangest post I've read. You want to go slower, don't press as hard.

    Oct 11, 2019
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