What SOC to keep tri-motor CT at?

dtruckman

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Is this a thing? Granted, I don't live in a humid place, but iv never heard of this being a problem
If you have an older classic car, one of the things that will happen without mitigating rust in your gas tank is that flakes of rust will fall into the fuel system and clog the fuel line fuel pump or carburetion system and fuel injection system . The rust forms at the top of the gas tank.

Humidity is everywhere but not so much here in the desert southwest.
 

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We keep our M3 at 80%, unless a road trip is planned, then we'll bump it up to +90%. Also bumped it up for Uri blackouts in Houston. Never used more than 10% per night during the blackouts, so for a renter, it was our only generator. Also, we're only charging level 1, so that's a safe way to charge to 100%
 

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Since I plan on daily driving my Model 3 and only using the Cybertruck a few times a week, it will be charged to 50% at all times. The few times I do take it out I'm probably going to be giving test drives/rides and will charge it to 90% in order to get better acceleration.
 
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