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  1. chrislayy

    Wiki MASTER THREAD: Actual FSD Beta downloads and experiences

    Multiple reboots with various options of AEB, FCW, Sentry enabled/disabled. Still haven't found the right combo.
  2. chrislayy

    Wiki MASTER THREAD: Actual FSD Beta downloads and experiences

    I used the fix for 10.3, which consisted of disabling AEB/FCW/Sentry, and it worked. Once I updated to 10.3.1, AEB was automatically re-enabled, but FSD is non-functional right now.
  3. chrislayy

    Fix for Broken FSD Beta 10.3

    I was using the fix for 10.3, which consisted of disabling Sentry, AEB and FCW. FSD was working until I updated to 10.3.1. Now the visualization is non-stop flickering and I cannot engage FSD.
  4. chrislayy

    Wiki MASTER THREAD: Actual FSD Beta downloads and experiences

    Updated to 10.3.1 earlier this morning. Cannot engage FSD and the visualization keeps flickering. Sentry mode off, FCW off, but AEB enabled.
  5. chrislayy

    Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7

    Anyone receive their wheels recently?
  6. chrislayy

    Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7

    anyone else get their deposit refunded?
  7. chrislayy

    Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7

    Anyone receive the 19x9.5 +35 yet?
  8. chrislayy

    Model 3 Performance ULTRA White Interior (complete)

    willing to trade for a black interior
  9. chrislayy

    Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7

    Looks like pricing on 19x9.5 +35 went up from 2450 to 2600. Anyone else waiting on this set?
  10. chrislayy

    Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7

    Anyone receive their 19x9.5 +35 yet?
  11. chrislayy

    Thoughts on UP’s efficiency upgrades?

    Exciting to see companies focus on efficiency. I wonder how significant wider wheels affect drag.
  12. chrislayy

    Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7

    Is there an estimate of when the 19x9.5 will arrive?
  13. chrislayy

    Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7

    anyone know if 20x9.5+30 and 20x11+39 would fit?
  14. chrislayy

    Aftermarket Wheels on Model 3

    What do you guys think about 20x9.5 +30 front and 20x11 +39 in the rear?
  15. chrislayy

    Vendor Model 3 Wheel Fitment by GetYourWheels

    Would 20x9.5 +30 and 20x11+39 fit on non performance RWD?
  16. chrislayy

    Post your wrap please

    Pmed you the price. Most wraps last about 5 years or so.
  17. chrislayy

    Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7

    Anyone who ordered the 19x9.5 +35 know when you are expected to get them?
  18. chrislayy

    Vendor Model 3 Wheel Fitment by GetYourWheels

    How about 19x9.5 +35 square?
  19. chrislayy

    FS: Used Unplugged Performance Moderate Lowering Springs

    Sorry I forgot to add: these are for RWD Long Range
  20. chrislayy

    FS: Used Unplugged Performance Moderate Lowering Springs

    Just switched to MPP Sports Coilovers. Springs were installed for a couple of months. Originally paid $370 for these. Asking for 200 pickup in SoCal.
  21. chrislayy

    Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7

    I’d get the comfort ones as that is what they are built for.
  22. chrislayy

    Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7

    People getting 10-15% switching from the 20s to the 18s, which is about a 10lb drop per wheel. From the stock 19 to the TS-5 19x8.5, it’s only a 5 lb drop per wheel. I can’t imagine it being much more than a couple of percent.
  23. chrislayy

    Installing the official Tesla model 3 roof rack

    Which configuration do you have? LR RWD or AWD?
  24. chrislayy

    Installing the official Tesla model 3 roof rack

    how was your efficiency?
  25. chrislayy

    Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7

    Wondering the same as well. Evasive is installing my MPP Sports Coilovers this week, might scoop up the wheels as well.
  26. chrislayy

    Group Buy Poll for Mono-Block Forged Alloy Wheels by Titan 7

    Anyone have pictures of the TS-5 Staggered 19x8.5 +40 and 19x9 +35?
  27. chrislayy

    Hey I saw you post this setup on the group buy thread. Are these MPP's recommended street...

    Hey I saw you post this setup on the group buy thread. Are these MPP's recommended street settings? Street Damper Settings (clicks from full stiff – higher number is softer) Front Compression: 14 Front Rebound: 13 Rear Compression: 14 Rear Rebound: 13
  28. chrislayy

    Forged Performance Wheels - Model 3

    interested, please PM
  29. chrislayy

    Post your wrap please

    Its ceramic coated and I just do a self car wash every week. Nothing too special
  30. chrislayy

    Model 3 Roof Rack Options - Comparing Efficiencies

    I have the same setup as you. I'm going to try the Thule 52" Airscreen and see if that sits flush.
  31. chrislayy

    Model 3 Roof Rack Options - Comparing Efficiencies

    Did the feet of the 46" Yakima fairing all touch the glass roof? I tried the 52" but I couldn't get the 2 outside ones to make contact with the roof.
  32. chrislayy

    Tesla Model 3 Roof Rack – J-Bolt securing the rack snapped

    I pulled on mine, no movement yet. I've probably driven 200 miles on them with the FatCat attached. I did hear cracking noises when installing though.
  33. chrislayy

    Tesla Model 3 Roof Rack – J-Bolt securing the rack snapped

    How did you check? Did you just uninstall the rack?
  34. chrislayy

    Model 3 Roof Rack Options

    For those who've already installed their racks: please chime in with your experiences with wind noise. I've mounted the FatCat 6 via T-slot and have been getting some mild wind noise in the 50mph and then 70mph range. Anyone experiment with a wind deflector/fairing?
  35. chrislayy

    Installing the official Tesla model 3 roof rack

    I guess everyone should be hand tightening the nuts for now and stopping as soon as you hear cracks.
  36. chrislayy

    Post your wrap please

    Wrapbullys in Santa Fe Springs.
  37. chrislayy

    Installing the official Tesla model 3 roof rack

    I used the Yakima replacement t slot mounting hardware RPL ASSY T-SLOT FATCAT ,instead of the smart slot 2 kit. The only difference is that replacement slot is about a 1/2 inch taller, which gives you about another 1/2 inch of clearance for your bindings.
  38. chrislayy

    Installing the official Tesla model 3 roof rack

    You can remove the rubber if you want, not recommended though as you will get a lot of wind noise. You simply compress the rubber and then use a little WD-40 to slide the T-bolt in.
  39. chrislayy

    Post your wrap please

    Color varies widely depending on how the sun hits it. Direct sunlight- it lights up like a blue with a hint of grey.
  40. chrislayy

    Model 3 Roof Rack Options

    I used a little WD-40 and smeared it across the rubber lining. Still required some elbow grease, but overall pretty easy. I know aero bars don't necessarily need fairings, but I wonder if that would further decrease wind noise.
  41. chrislayy

    Model 3 Roof Rack Options

    Just installed yesterday and slapped on the Yakima Fatcat 6. Getting some wind noise (whistling) around 70mph. Anything else I can do to minimize the noise?
  42. chrislayy

    Installing the official Tesla model 3 roof rack

    The rubber is absolutely for aerodynamics and wind noise.
  43. chrislayy

    Post your wrap please

    Satin Thundercloud
  44. chrislayy

    Autopilot Features Limited........

    I just got my car wrapped too. Any tips on removing the side cameras?
  45. chrislayy

    Autopilot Features Limited........

    I received the following message on my LR RWD: Autopilot features limited, please contact Tesla if issue persists. It has been going on for a week now and auto change lane has been disabled. Been getting some rain out here in SoCal. Anyone else getting similar messages?

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