Used them on my car for only a few months before my aftermarket wheels arrived. They're in perfect condition, gave a great stance on the Model 3.
They're $170 + Tax on Amazon, I'm asking $150...
Ordered them from Eddie @GetYourWheels here on the forum. I wanted minimal concavity in the front and a super deep concavity in the rear. They are custom offset per my specs I sent him.
If you wanted to do a square setup, I'd probably run 19x8.5 +20 or 19x9 +28 all around with a 5mm spacer in...
For the Front ... If you went with a 19x8.5 +22 on the front, it'd poke 5.6mm more than the stock Uberturbines. Just note with 245/45/19's, your car is going to sit about 15mm higher (about 0.6" higher). If you went with a 40 spec tire like I am running on the front, it'd sit a negligible 3mm...
I would 100% go with 19's.
A fellow forum member is running a 9.5" wheel with +33 in the front and +22 in the rear and states they are very flush on coilovers.
Due to the shape of the car, you'll need to run a lower offset in the rear than the front to be flush so you'd need to go with a...
For new orders, an M3P is a no brainer.
If it were 5k difference back when I ordered, I would've totally went with the P over the LR, but then again, at current prices I don't know if I would've went with a Model 3 in the first place.
I noticed this in my new Model 3 last night as well. I clicked the bell icon and saw a bunch of these notifications in there over the course of the last couple days, most are timestamped when the car was just sitting in the driveway not being used.
I'm very confused
Picked up at Mt. Kisco today actually.
I was very nervous but it went extremely smooth. The girl who helped me was personable and offered to answer any questions I had.
I got there 30 minutes early and they directed me to my car, which was unlocked and they said I could look it over and get...
My mind is starting to cast doubts.
I noticed this last week most VIN's assigned are in the 17XXXX. As mine assigned is 166XXX, I'm beginning to wonder if it is a rejected car and if I am about to travel nearly 3 hours tomorrow to meet disappointment. Fingers crossed that's not the case.😵💫
That will probably quickly change.
I took mine off of hold 2 days ago. It originally said May 3 - May 31 after I took it off hold ... then 4 hours later I got a text that a VIN was assigned. (My order date was 11/23). Picking it up Saturday.
Just put insurance on my Model 3 today. Through my insurance company (Adirondack Insurance Exchange), it's about $80/mo with full coverage. In comparison, it's hardly any more than I pay for my wife's Toyota Sienna or my Toyota Tundra.
Yeah, we'll see. I know they say you keep your spot when you put it on Hold. I suppose this could be a determining factor whether or not that is true, but honestly, a May date is fine with me if it proves accurate. Earlier doesn't hurt either - I figure anytime from February - June would be...
White/Black/Aero/No FSD/Mount Kisco, NY
1st EDD: 1/18/2022 - 2/15/2022
2nd EDD: 12/13/2021 - 12/31/2021
*Put on Hold Until March 1st in December*
*Took off of Hold February 7th*
New EDD: 05/03/2022 - 05/31/2022
I spoke with Mt. Kisco today about a test drive and I asked the guy how many Model 3's has he seen coming in with the AMD chip and he said none. I was surprised. I know SA's are wrong plenty of times but I figured a person working at the store and assisting with deliveries would be different.
On V11? Seems V11 UI is what has begun causing the excessive lag with the Intel Atom.
Maybe the software isn't optimized and the Intel struggles, or maybe it just wasn't designed for such an outdated processor.
On Reddit someone posted yesterday that their SA says Model 3's will get the AMD chip last; Model Y's in the US will utilize them primarily first so they're not guaranteed till around April/May builds.
Again... Listening to what an SA says is dangerous, but, I sorta believe it.
I don't disagree with you. People just basing their holds or turning down cars because they were built before 1/11 because a single SA told a customer that is kinda crazy. There's just no supporting evidence besides them claiming to have gotten an email, that every other SA has no knowledge of.
Sawyer also said these upgrades would be in all builds in Q2 2022. Quite contradictory, and the delivers people have gotten (some built as of yesterday) have Intel Chips and old batteries so also seems to contradict the statement as well. 🤷♂️
He didn't say all builds by the way - his statement...
I would not hold your breath about this 1/11 build date and on having the upgrades.
Seems only one or two people got this information from an SA - and SA's have been known to be wrong about a lot.
If it were true, I would've expected a high profile Tesla Insider to announce this info on...
No. The first Ryzen chips were spotted in 139XXX cars that were built in December so your number makes sense.
A guy on Reddit claimed their SA got an email saying all Model 3's built on/after 1/11/22 will have the Ryzen chip ... but you all know SA's have been wrong plenty of times before.
You're not getting an infant car seat?
I'm confused - 4 kids in, I couldn't imagine having a new born without an infant car seat that pops out. I don't think I know of anyone who hasn't utilized an infant car seat.
I feel like you're going to regret that decision. What happens when you go to...
I've seen people with newer VIN's receive Intel Atom chips well after the 139xxx so I don't think looking at the VIN is a sure bet.
I don't know if you can reject a car at pick-up if it doesn't. Someone else would have to chime in on how that works with Tesla.