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      05-20-2019, 04:01 PM   #1
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M2C v Tesla Model 3 Drag



Manual M2 up against it here.
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      05-20-2019, 04:54 PM   #2
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Not really that surprising that an electric, auto, 4wd tesla beat an ICE, rwd, manual from a dig.
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I ran a tm3 performance against a dct m3 with all Boltons, e85 and pure stage 2 turbos. The Tesla Easily won to 100 from a dig and 20 roll. The m3 flew by after 100
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The tesla model 3 is a good car, theres no doubt about it but it just seems wrong to skew the comparison to make the model 3 the perfect everything car.

It is like when Connor Mcgregor fought Mayweather, you are comparing two wholly different disciplines and each is good in their own right. If the creator of the videos wanted to show how well it does on a drag strip, go to one of those 1320 events and race a mustang gt350R or even a GTR.
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      07-16-2019, 09:19 AM   #5
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I'd like to read anyone's feedback if they have seat time in a model 3 performance. I'm on a list for a CS, but the model3p seems like it would be a hoot of an around town car.
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ev's are developed to the point where their faster then ICEs. You dont have to worry about blowing transmissions if there is no transmission to worry about.

I would just get the car that gives you the best driving experience you can afford at this point.
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