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Jason Hughes, wk057 on TMC and Twitter, is a celebrated Tesla hacker known for his highly-modified Model S. The car started as a P85, but Hughes upgraded to a larger battery pack and dubbed the car a “P90++”. Now, after upgrading the battery again, he’s calling the car the “first and only RWD Tesla with a 100...
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Given the amount of tinkering Jason has done to his car, I suppose it's not accessible to regular drivers anyway, but is the sensor display on the right side of the dash a standard Tesla diagnostic display or is it something custom?
 

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Given the amount of tinkering Jason has done to his car, I suppose it's not accessible to regular drivers anyway, but is the sensor display on the right side of the dash a standard Tesla diagnostic display or is it something custom?
I saw that and thought please what is the trick to getting that display? I'd suggest it is a service menu.
 

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