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    I'm right around the same. The flow formed 20s make a world of difference I tell ya! Just need some forged 22s on the X now...

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    Lifetime: 200 Wh/km

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    Lifetime: 225 Wh/km

    We put on much more mileage in summer than winter, hence the skewed lifetime averages.


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    Quote Originally Posted by benyl View Post
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    Just to the stock colours. They don’t have “bronze”. It’s mainly to set the configuration so that the range estimate matches. 20” summers gets 450km max, 18” winters puts me at 499km max range on the “fuel gauge.” You’ll never hit that though, summer or winter.
    Hey that’s pretty cool though. I’d be lying if I said the M2 pictogram on my phone having the wrong wheels doesn’t bother me a little.

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    I just got a notification this morning that Tesla wants to replace some parts in the heat pump and check to make sure some other parts are present and not damaged (X950 and X952 electrical and rear power trunk strut o-ring). It will be my first trip in to the Edmonton service center, so I'll see how things go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mo_money2supe View Post
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    I'm right around the same. The flow formed 20s make a world of difference I tell ya! Just need some forged 22s on the X now...

    2018 M3P
    Summer: 195 Wh/km
    Winter: 220 Wh/km
    Lifetime: 200 Wh/km

    2017 X90D
    Summer: 220 Wh/km
    Winter: 250 Wh/km
    Lifetime: 225 Wh/km

    We put on much more mileage in summer than winter, hence the skewed lifetime averages.
    I think that once I move out of Edgemont, it should go down. I live in Edgeridge and it is fucking uphill everywhere from here. It's also uphill to get back here. I'm a little further up Country Hills from the Hampton Co-op. So I'd expect that my lifetime average should go down. Also the heated garage in the new house should help too. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by benyl View Post
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    I live in Edgeridge and it is fucking uphill everywhere from here. It's also uphill to get back here.
    But.... how can it be both?

    I recall it being uphill to get to your place and downhill to leave. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    But.... how can it be both?

    I recall it being uphill to get to your place and downhill to leave. haha
    There’s losses every time you convert energy. Driving flat will always be more efficient than using more energy to go up and recapturing energy going down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    But.... how can it be both?

    I recall it being uphill to get to your place and downhill to leave. haha
    Ah, young lad. Didn't you know it is uphill both ways in 10ft of snow?

    As you might recall, I live somewhere around the X in the middle of the map.

    When I leave, if I go west on Country Hills, it's uphill. If I go east, I never go past Shag and so I have to climb the hill over nose hill. The merge from CHB to Shag is always "fun" and more throttle is required to get up the hill.

    Anything east of Shag is like going to the NE and yes, is down hill, but I hardly ever go there.

    When I come back home, it's usually up the hill on shag (down the other side) but up again on CHB. Sure, if I come home using Sarcee, I go downhill at the end, but I still have to get to the top of the hill at Superstore.

    Seriously, I feel like I am driving up hill all the time here... lol

    *All arrows are pointed uphill*

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    That makes a lot more sense.
    @rage2 , my comment wasn't nearly as deep as your reply. Get out of here with your conservation of energy and efficiency of recapture BS

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    That makes a lot more sense.
    @rage2 , my comment wasn't nearly as deep as your reply. Get out of here with your conservation of energy and efficiency of recapture BS
    Lol don’t worry we play the same game in our sienna haha. It’s the only interesting thing I have when I’m forced to drive the damn thing.
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    Is the inventory all new and builds? I don't see any landed products in the Tesla website.


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    The benefit of masks is not known at this time. But we do know it is some non-trivial amount more than zero.

    We also know that the cost of mask use is, essentially, zero.

    So the cost:benefit of mask use is approaching infinity. I'll take that every time. And every time I see someone without a mask, I think they are stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipstah View Post
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    Is the inventory all new and builds? I don't see any landed products in the Tesla website.
    Best inventory site I've found is this one: https://tesla-info.com/ Click the Inventory drop-down at the top, and select "Tesla Inventory (Data Table Format)."

    It'll list all cars FS whether they're new or used (sold directly by Tesla or private sales). The annoying thing is once you isolate the search for Canada, you can't further filter by Province. You get what you get from 'Mericans... No inventory at any Tesla store in Canada right now it looks like.


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    Here's mine after about 1 year of driving

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    Quote Originally Posted by benyl View Post
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    How much 6/3 do you need? I have about 15 ft loose right now and another 65 feet or so that I will "uninstall" when we move in January.

    I also have a spare one of these as I put in a HPWC and went to 60A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benyl View Post
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    18" Fast FC04s. Light and cheap and look decent. I went with Fast FC04 19x9.5 +35 5x114.3. Put a 245-45-18 tire on it.

    The hubcentric part number is 872702641C

    Bronze is not approved for winter... but I don't care. haha

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    Another week, another price bump. But this time the RWD is over the federal grant maximum. There's only $7000 difference now between the RWD and the dual motor long range, so I imagine there are some price bumps on the dual motor cars in the pipeline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinL View Post
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    Another week, another price bump. But this time the RWD is over the federal grant maximum. There's only $7000 difference now between the RWD and the dual motor long range, so I imagine there are some price bumps on the dual motor cars in the pipeline.
    It's getting a little out of control isn't it? This isn't the US where people will line up to pay ADM charged. Canadians are cheap when it comes to vehicles.

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