In the exact same situation.
Dropped the truck off this morning in SF.
Elected to not take their offer for a rental as I still have my Land Cruiser.
In addition to the windshield they will fix a passenger window trim issue, adjust the alignment of the frunk that is impeding proper (auto)...
Stoked to see the network starting to expand!
I drove through Fortuna and Ukiahearlier this month, pre commissioning.
Currently in British Colombia but will be headed through eastern Oregon next week.
Anyone heard news on the location in Crescent, OR?
5K miles and 20 or so EA charging stops. Plenty of odd behavior (thermal limiting, down dispensers, etc.) but always resolved by switching to an adjacent dispenser.
Plug in first and then use the EA app to initialize the charge.
I really like EA so far, to be honest.
Leaving on a 4k mile...
I went the poor man's route and added the twraps vinyl to my 21s to make them slightly less floral.
Coupled with the aero removal, have to say they don't look half bad.
Certainly going to get a set of steelies + ATs as soon as they are available, but am content with the upgraded look and...
Does anyone know where the Rivian nav sources it charing information?
I've now experienced a number of situations in which EA and Shell Recharge locations are simply non existent in the Rivian database.
Presumably it is referencing a dynamic database, but it seems pretty stale.
I've had good luck with EA stations of late. Reliably getting 200 + kW at peak.
I did encounter a station in which both 350kW dispensers were thermal throttling to 33kW due to failed cable cooling. Salinas, CA.
When navigating to the station in Eureka, CA a couple days ago, I didn't notice any...
Pinned at 73 indicated (70 GPS) I can reliably get 2.5 mi/kWh
Pinned at 78 indicated (75 GPS) in a few tests, I've measured ~2.2 - 2.3
Both in conserve mode.
21" roads (with aero inserts), power tonneau closed, unpopulated cross bars over the bed.
What product did you use for this?
Struggling to justify wraps/expensive ceramic application for a truck. I love it and want to keep it looking beautiful, but I also don't want to stop short of enjoying my time in the backcountry to the fullest for fear of chipping a nail.
I haven't removed the panel, so can't say for sure.
In feeling around behind the panel prior to mounting, I didn't feel any discontinuous surfaces, for what it's worth. Anyone else know what lives back there?