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I've been driving with them for the last 6000 miles with a 5mm spacer. With the aero cap on, no rock is going to get in. Just don't take them...
You should really try the aero wheels at the front. It not only gives you better efficiency, it lowers wind noise by quite a bit as well.
I am not doubting you, it's just that the side repeater doesn't show much context and you won't get any help from service center with videos like...
This video gives zero context. It could be you driving or there could be weird markings on the road. Easist way is to record the video is to mount...
The camber is adjustable slightly by moving the FUCA mount. If the installer is not aware, the value might change from the install
From lowering the car
Is rear toe positive or negative?
looks fine. What are your toes? Toe setting affects tire wear more.
@MountainPass - How does the comfort coilover compare to the sport at F 14c/12r and R 12c/10r? That's my daily setting and what @hocr just...
my vote is for sport as well. The shock adjustment range is very wide. The car feels completely different from full stiff to full soft.
@Lucy903 seems to be selling the KW V3 to get the MPP comfort in one of the thread I was reading.
Will Model 3 ever get ccs compatibility in the US?
Don't bring the S, you're going to have a bad time.
wrong pic buddy
1. Elon time
2. He didn't say which of the 3 car will get the option first. I bet it will be the Roaster 2 follow by S and X in another year's time.
The screen is actually not yellow. What you'll be experiencing is a colorshift in the visible spectrum because you're going so fast.
I don't think it will be anytime soon, this is just a development car for the next gen S that's probably at least another 3 years out since you...
Model 3 has always been kind of a momentum car at high speed track. This Model S accelerates way faster after 60 mph. It could be using roadster2...
I signed up for Oct 12th because of GTR days and my friends will be there with their time attack GTRs. But TC6 should have lots of people like usual.
Just come out and have fun. First time there I ran a 2:14 without track mode. Didn't make it any less fun.
I think after 3 track days I've gone through 3mm of pad material. Granted I don't usually run full 25 min session but I do brake pretty hard. I...
I like 14C/12R in the front and 12C/10R in the rear. It softens a lot of the road joints on the freeway.
You guessed it.
tire AND suspension setup. It was so anticlimactic when I broke sub-2. It was the 3rd lap in the first session with cold track and crappy driving....
Turn on CC for commentary. Skip to 2:03 for first hot lap.
Thanks to Speed Ventures for another well run event. Broke into sub 2 during the very...
stock P3D sits too high and damper is too soft for track. You also need to upgrade your brake pad, brake fluid and remove the rotor heatshield to...
70+ is ok, it's 90+ where everything is real slow.
I am so dizzy right now.
ceramic coat takes 24 hours to cure and should not touch water for at least 3 days. Also I don't think there is exclusive authorized dealer for XPEL.
The pad back plate shape is brand new. I think the HP866 is compound shape that's closest to the OEM compound shape. However, you'll need the...
Sorry, I don't have the part numbers. I'll check with my guy.
I recently drove a Nitto NT01 265/40R18 (wide and sticky) with -1.55 front camber and -1.88 rear camber on the street and I was getting 300 wh/mi...
I think so. The only thing I can't get to is the ABS.
Oh interesting, why did Tesla have two different parts for P3D? So odd
I do a litter
The car is very neutral, what it does depends on where you shift the 4000 lb weight. Stock suspension there is alot of leaning. Aftermarket...
No need to cut, just take off the rotor and there are 3 bolts to remove the heatshield. It's a 5 min job.
You'll most likely need a 3mm spacer with 275 on the front on P3D+
240 on a 19 is quite a bit of stretch!
most likely your rear fluid boiled. Just do a quick bleed and it will fix the soft pedal. Also removing the heat shield will help.
Trackmasters racing is pretty good! Well organized, low car count. They don't really like passing in the corner and discourage passing after 8 to...
There is no retainer spring either. The trick is to reuse the OEM shim on the rear outside pad. It will eliminate the rattle. It works on this pad...
This was with Track masters racing. I tries to sign up for NCRC but the point by group is full
They will make it for both base and performance brakes.
A road trip! It will be worth it to see in person. The track is much wider in real life.