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To not have free Supercharging for trips is a big disincentive for me to ever upgrade my 85S for an X. Sure, it's not a great deal of money (~$250...
That’s great. I had to drive home on Sunday, so I missed the event. I know that several people I taked to during the week wanted to see the X.
I just replaced mine at 42K. They probably could have gone another 5-8K, but I didn’t want to go on a long trip with only 3-4 mm of tread left.
Just FYI, that’s me in the HyVee parking lot in the morning.
This is what I do normaly, but it really depends upon the reason for the trip. If it was work related, then one day.
Sure, many racetracks do have electricity, but many small local ones don’t.
This is correct. The only thing that changes is the water moleclues, which expand more reapidly when heated.
Im sorry, but you sill have to adjust pressure for ambient temperature. The law of pure gasses doesn’t change.
That was true before air tight butyl rubber was used, its not true today, but someone thought they coild make money onit.
Unfortunately those articles are incorrect. Nitrogen inflation has a place in aircraft, subway, and underground mine tires, but it’s about fire...
Gurnam is correct:
1. Nitrogen offers no benefits for on-road driving.
2. Nitrogen offers benefits to aircraft, subways, and underground mine...
Just the same as air. Nitrogen has no benefits for on-road use.
Let’s take just one issue—drive train. As with any cr, the gears wear. There are two possible approaches:
1. Adjust the slack locally.
There is no reason to rent a car. I’ve done over 60K miles of trips with my S over the past 5.5 years (1500 to 5000 miles). Even if I didn’t save...
Unlikely. Lowered charging amps are generally caused by incoming power problems. Where I live the incoming power is very poor and so I charge at...