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Stock 2016 Tesla Model S P90DL V3 1/4 mile Drag Racing timeslip specs 0-60

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Performance Data

  • 1/4 Mile ET:

    11.200
  • 1/4 Mile MPH:

    117.800
  • 1/8 Mile ET:

    7.100
  • 1/8 Mile MPH:

    96.700
  • 0-60 Foot ET:

    1.635
  • VBOX 60-130 MPH:

    0.000
  • Standing Half Mile MPH:

    0.000
  • Standing Half Mile Venue:

  • Standing 1 Mile MPH:

    0.000
  • Temperature F:

    91.0
  • Density Altitude (DA):

    2355 feet
  • Timeslip Scan:

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  • VBOX Graph:

  • VBOX 60-130 MPH:

    0.000
  • VBOX Graph:

Dyno Data

  • Horsepower @ wheels:

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  • Torque @ wheels:

    0.00
  • Dyno Type:

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Car and Driver Data

  • Car Make:

    Tesla
  • Car Model:

    Model S
  • Car Type:

    P90DL V3
  • Car Year:

    2016
  • Driver:

    Larry Davidow
  • E-Mail:

    Private
  • Videos:

  • Web Site:

  • Weight with driver (lbs):

    5125
  • Track:

    Gainesville Raceway, FL, USA
  • Record Modified:

    May 24th, 2019

Additional Information

  • Post firmware issue. Car is down on power. Waiting for firmware fix and will run again


Parts and Modifications

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