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Bokonon

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Based on a single 90% charge with 254 miles on the odometer:

90% - 276.20 (per TeslaFi)
100% - 306.89 (per TeslaFi extrapolation)

LR AWD
Manufactured 8/18, delivered 8/31

EDIT TO ADD: Completed an 80% charge tonight, and the gauge shows 248 miles (247.6 per TeslaFi). 248 / 80% = 310. Prior charges to 80% only yielded 246 miles. It just goes to show how your battery's "full charge" range can vary from one charge to another.
 
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LR RWD 100% 308 miles 90% 279 miles
Aero wheels, 4900 miles on odo
Mfr 6/2018
 
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Based on a single 90% charge with 254 miles on the odometer:

90% - 276.20 (per TeslaFi)
100% - 306.89 (per TeslaFi extrapolation)

LR AWD
Manufactured 8/18, delivered 8/31

EDIT TO ADD: Completed an 80% charge tonight, and the gauge shows 248 miles (247.6 per TeslaFi). 248 / 80% = 310. Prior charges to 80% only yielded 246 miles. It just goes to show how your battery's "full charge" range can vary from one charge to another.
Bokonon, so you give your tesla credentials to teslafi? Do you trust that? I'd be afraid of someone with my data. Have you tried tezlab?
 

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Bokonon, so you give your tesla credentials to teslafi? Do you trust that? I'd be afraid of someone with my data. Have you tried tezlab?
I haven't tried Tezlab.

As for TeslaFi, in my particular case, I did not give my credentials to them, I generated my own API token and provided it to TeslaFi instead. That said, TeslaFi is widely regarded by forum members here (myself included) as a trustworthy service, and I take TeslaFi at its word that it will only use my credentials to generate a token and not store them. I just prefer to keep my Tesla credentials private, and as a software engineer I'm very comfortable working with web APIs, so it wasn't a big deal for me to call the Tesla API directly and generate my own token.

The overwhelming majority of TeslaFi users just enter their credentials and let TeslaFi generate the token for them, though, and to my knowledge, no one has complained about their Tesla accounts being hacked, car horns honking in the middle of the night, etc.
 

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LR RWD Model 3 with just over 6,000 miles
I charge to 65% daily (8 mile commute)

65% = 199-202 (depending on the day, outside temp etc)
90% = 276 - 280 (extrapolated)
100% = 306 - 311 (extrapolated)
 
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LR RWD. I have about 3000 miles after 2.5 months. I have only super charged about 4 times which was on longer trips. I normally charge to 230-250.

I am going to 100 percent today (nema 14-50) just to see what 100 percent will give me. (although I am going to have to leave before it is finished.) The garage is about 72 degrees and I am 307mi and the amperage has started to slow, but it is still at 10a. It looks like I would have been very close to 310 if I didn’t have to leave.

FWIW