would have saved 5 mins tops... the lower you are the faster you charge. Again no real reason...
1. Was your car parked outdoors in cold temps. <60 degrees Fahrenheit.
2. Did you navigate to the supercharger with the in screen navigation.
3. How far did you drive prior to arriving to charge?
Just to be clear, when I said 50psi, I was talking about 50psi warm while driving.
Depends on the tire. Most people tend to follow the door label and use that, which is most often 35psi - 37psi. That's a compromise between ride, wear and fuel mileage.So, yeah... 45 psi cold or just above, which is exactly what the tire pressure label said in the early days... I know it went down to 42 for a while, and I think I saw something about the newest label saying 45psi again.