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2017 90D just a s/w locked 100?

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Chips, Aug 28, 2017.

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  1. Chips

    Chips Member

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    So close to pulling the trigger on a new 90D and wondering if it can be unlocked to be a 100D? Unfortunately it comes with the subzero package and living on the Space Coast of Florida that not a package that is really needed.....
     
  2. Yggdrasill

    Yggdrasill Active Member

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    There have been no reports of SW-locked 100 kWh batteries being sold as SW-locked 90 kWh batteries. In all probability (>99%), if you order an inventory 90D, you will get the standard battery pack with something like 86 kWh total and 82 kWh available. (For comparison, the 100D is 102.4 kWh total and 98.4 kWh available.)
     
  3. Jays200

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    97.2

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  4. Yggdrasill

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    Interesting. That's the only figure I've seen since wk057 came out with his initial analysis. There will be some variance between different packs, but maybe 101-102 kWh total (97-98 kWh available) is a good estimate.
     
  5. Navsarin

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    How do you view that screen? I'd like to see what my 90D is.
     
  6. Jays200

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    You've got to take a photo when the service tech is interrogating the car. To get to diagnostics you need a daily rolling code that is specific to your car.
     

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