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Wingwinghello

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Feb 17, 2020
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24
Austin
Every time I decide that getting the Geminis and powder coating them is the way to go, I stumble across a photo with inductions and immediately want them.

19” geminis is probably the practical decision for where I live but the inductions look awesome.
If you get inductions replace those tires asap, crap goodyears
 

krcossin

Member
Feb 11, 2020
47
47
Detroit burbs
My wife got a new Electra Go! to match tYla.
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ScoobyDoo82

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Mar 22, 2021
156
96
Los Angeles
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ScoobyDoo82

Member
Mar 22, 2021
156
96
Los Angeles
Be very careful using a pressure washer with A Tesla! If you forget to turn it down or leave the wrong attachment on its bye bye paint. Plus using any amount of pressure beyond a good garden hose can severely damage one of the cameras or sonar. It’s not like any other car in this regard. The paint isn’t as thick and the above mentioned electronics go nuts if they get too wet.
Just my advise.
I use a foam canon w/my pressure washer, but only for soaping it at 600psi (and always at least 10 feet away) like your photo above. Everything else I do with the good ‘ol hose. the foam cannon never gets removed from the PW so as to not make a grave mistake like I heard stories about.
 

KenMast3rs

Member
Mar 11, 2019
164
58
Whittier, CA
Every time I decide that getting the Geminis and powder coating them is the way to go, I stumble across a photo with inductions and immediately want them.

19” geminis is probably the practical decision for where I live but the inductions look awesome.
I figure I can afford to sacrifice a little range for aesthetics. Haha I just want to be able to look at the car and say, that’s one badass Tesla. ^___^
 

ChrgdTeCHick

Member
May 7, 2017
319
152
Florida
I figure I can afford to sacrifice a little range for aesthetics. Haha I just want to be able to look at the car and say, that’s one badass Tesla. ^___^
I have the inductions and love them. I had an S with the turbines and loved them. Anytime I got loaners with 19s I could instantly tell it didn't look as badass.

Only thing I dislike are the curb rash magnets they are 😑
 

cusetownusa

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Jan 29, 2020
496
810
Syracuse NY
I figure I can afford to sacrifice a little range for aesthetics. Haha I just want to be able to look at the car and say, that’s one badass Tesla. ^___^

lol. If it was just the range I was concerned about I would agree. I am assuming range with geminis without covers isn’t much different than the inductions. I am more concerned with ride quality, comfort and having more sidewall to protect the rims. I live in an area with horrible winters and roads can be a mess. The inductions do look badass though.
 

RedWhite19

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Aug 17, 2020
446
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Los Angeles

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