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Those dots!

Markardi

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Feb 4, 2016
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Heard you guys like dots...

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KenC

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Sep 4, 2018
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I've owned my TM3P only during winter so far (temperature range has been between 15F and 45F), and I'm averaging around 440 Wh/mi. I'm really hoping this gets into the low-300s during the warmer months.
I got my LR-AWD a year before you, and I too, had some anxiety reading about others getting 230Wh/m and lower, since I was only experiencing 280Wh/m at best, and normally much higher. Then Spring and Summer came, and my efficiency improved to the point where I was able to get 190Wh/m under optimal conditions. So, yeah, it doesn't seem at all possible that the efficiency can improve that much, but it does.
 

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