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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by Thomas Edison, Aug 2, 2018.
Asking for a friend
I was just about to post a thread on this same subject
I'll share writing credits with you.
Everyone got that?.... Good!
Oh and make sure you use the same tires, at the same PSI, and not draft any other vehicles... Also the drivers and cargo need to weigh the same amount please...
I'm thinking it's going to take a few weeks to get efficiency data from P3D owners.
Gotta give them time to come down from their high of 0-60 in 3.1/3.2 seconds, and snugging with the white seats.
If the 2 cars are side by side with a chain connecting them like nunchucks, then they have no choice but to give an accurate test.
I think that it has already been show that the efficiencies are really close to each other. When at steady speeds that car should be really close.
Exactly. Very important to swap two tyres each too.
Add a NonP AWD to the mix pls thanks
Oh and can you do with 18s no aeros, 18 with aeros, and 19s. If you have time, try the 20s too. Thanks
They "should" get the same, hence the title.
Can't tell if this one is serious. All we really need is all things the same except the drivetrain. Different wheels can be calculated from there.
It was a half joke
I’m in Long Beach, I have the rwd, 19” sport, line up the other cars and I’ll go