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    What defects have you found at/after delivery?

    I took delivery in November 2017 and for $64k I would've thought the car would've been near perfect. Here is my list: Trunk lines and gaps were wildly off. Driver door paint was missing coats. Entire car had paint swirls. Rear bumper has a dent. Screen had 14 faults. Bluetooth connection...
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    UP vs MPP Coilover

    DM me for specific information, I dont want to overload this thread. However, I am sponsored by Winn Autosports, so pricing will vary. What do u mean by sample my ride?
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    UP vs MPP Coilover

    Alright guys, I thought I posted an update on my build. Here they are and might I say damn comfortable for a sport coilover system. They are not set all the way low as the car sits on the ground and the settings are 10 on stiffness and 8 on rebound all around. Definitely an upgrade from OEM. The...
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    UP vs MPP Coilover

    I am not sure as they haven't settled yet, but after the alignment I will respond again. The goal is to go down to the tire.
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    UP vs MPP Coilover

    They haven't settled and the adjustment is not final, BUT the ride is amazing just like OEM. I am set 10 clicks on rebound and 8 clicks on dampening. More info in a few weeks once the build is done.
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    UP vs MPP Coilover

    Here are the MPP Sport Coilovers. I chose them because KW is the best manufacturer of coilovers. They can be set to feel just like factory. The only note I have is that the front Isolator needs to be removed per MPP as it doesn't fit the MPP strut assembly. Shoutout to WinnAutosports in Santa...
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    Vendor Mountain Pass Performance Intro - Updates

    You should overthink this. This is your car, you want it done right. MPP has a video on their site though, so either way the job should get done correctly.
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    Vendor Mountain Pass Performance Intro - Updates

    This is very exciting. Pics coming soon.
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    Vendor Mountain Pass Performance Intro - Updates

    This was great information. I'll keep this in mind for sure. Evasive was recommended by MPP and other Tesla owners, but I figured with the growing interest in Teslas I should ask. Thanks for info.
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    Vendor Mountain Pass Performance Intro - Updates

    Just purchased the sport coilovers and camber arms. Any recommendations for installation inor near LA other than Evasive Motorsports?
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    Vampire drain is very low on 36.2 firmware

    My commute everyday is 18 miles for work. I set my distance tracker to percent. So, every 1% is about 3 miles. Now I lose 10% a day just on that drive. However, I also lose 2% a week from the car just sitting. This is all from the 36.2 update, so i dont know what's going on.
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    My Thoughts on Autopilot Efficiency

    I get about the same regardless of how I drive or where I am driving. I haven't gone beyond 267 since I got the car. The latest update brought Vampire drain back, mildly anyway.

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