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  1. mnx

    Fuse Box 1 access

    I'm looking for instructions on how to access Fuse Box 1 on a pre facelift Model S (2013 P85 FWIW) It's buried in the frunk and I'm not sure what to remove or how to remove it to get access. Specifically I'm looking to remove the fuse for the yaw sensor (F12) so I can disable stability...
  2. mnx

    track day prep

    So I thought I'd start a discussion on prepping the Model S for a track day. I've been dropping my tire pressure a little for when I go to the track. I found I had temperatures to be best across the tread when I have 40psi front and 41 psi rear... Anything that could be removed...

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