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60 trip - I deserve an award lol

Discussion in 'Model S' started by nleggatt, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. nleggatt

    nleggatt Member

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    So I did the journey from hope bc, to sicamous bc, on a single charge with 20km to spare. Google that trip! Checkout the elevation changes mwhahahha
     
  2. islandbayy

    islandbayy Active Member

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    I routinely do long long trips in my MS60. 2 1/2 months, at almost 7,000 miles on it. I've done Wisconsin Dells to Milwaukee, then to Chicago in a single charge, with a 10 hour work day with vampire losses in between the Milwaukee and Chicago :) Fun playing the range game with the 60 though :) MUHAHAHA.
     
  3. nleggatt

    nleggatt Member

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    The big challenge on this trip was the huge huge uphills I had to endure.
     
  4. Jeff Andrews

    Jeff Andrews Member

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    The short trip is 341km (211mi)! But overall it's a 1,000ft decent.

    Google Maps
     
  5. mknox

    mknox Well-Known Member

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    Get back to us next January or February :smile:
     
  6. epley

    epley P85 VIN 693

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    Yes, but look at the elevation change in Nleggatt's trip! Pretty flat in comparison in Wisconsin!

    I hereby aware NLeggatt this award: :biggrin:
     
  7. nolngrgrsngslde

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    Your reward and medal, is the beauty of the drive.

    What kind of speed did you maintain.
     

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