2020 Supra Owners- Auto start/stop Disable Question

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Have you been able to contact anyone about a refund? I placed my order direct through their website and was able to an email from 2 different people but havent heard anything back in over a week on how they want to proceed with sending it back and getting a refund. Cant say anything good about this company as of right now.
I have had a lot of work done by Autotecknic. They did most of the custom carbon work on my Accord. I also have all of their other A90 stuff. CF paddles which will go on my new wheel which comes in tomorrow. As well as their new winged M style mirrors just to have some fun with the purists who will get mad. But they also won’t like my “ISA BMW” plate lol. Try contacting them through their IG or FB. Ive had success getting in touch that way for a fix on a custom piece they did for me that started to have issues.

Don’t know why some pics get flipped and some upload with the correct orientation

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I have had a lot of work done by Autotecknic. They did most of the custom carbon work on my Accord. I also have all of their other A90 stuff. CF paddles which will go on my new wheel which comes in tomorrow. As well as their new winged M style mirrors just to have some fun with the purists who will get mad. But they also won’t like my “ISA BMW” plate lol. Try contacting them through their IG or FB. Ive had success getting in touch that way for a fix on a custom piece they did for me that started to have issues.

Don’t know why some pics get flipped and some upload with the correct orientation

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I tried that today so I will see what happens that route. Yea all their stuff looks really good just no luck with this fob cover.
 

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I have had a lot of work done by Autotecknic. They did most of the custom carbon work on my Accord. I also have all of their other A90 stuff. CF paddles which will go on my new wheel which comes in tomorrow. As well as their new winged M style mirrors just to have some fun with the purists who will get mad. But they also won’t like my “ISA BMW” plate lol. Try contacting them through their IG or FB. Ive had success getting in touch that way for a fix on a custom piece they did for me that started to have issues.

Don’t know why some pics get flipped and some upload with the correct orientation

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My god I bet that's going to look amazing! Please post pics when it's installed with the new paddles!
 

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My god I bet that's going to look amazing! Please post pics when it's installed with the new paddles!
Will do. I’ll be playing around with a few different setups for it. I had the airbag/button area and bottom trim pieces done in Carbon but due to the thickness being an issues the bottom piece was done solid as one rather then the two different pieces they come as. It still has the indentation that the two pieces have so I might drop in Black vinyl to go in its place and see how that looks. I have my current switches and bottom trim on the wheel in my car so I can play around with them. If I swap bottom trims, I’ll see which of the Rexpeed or Autotecknic trim inserts flows best.

Also if you notice on the switches, it’s the same layout but different buttons that are on my Premium wheel in my car so I’ll be removing those switches and putting in the ones in my car. I’m assuming that’s for base model Supras. But not 100% sure why different buttons came with it. Either way my current buttons will work in their place.

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Will do. I’ll be playing around with a few different setups for it. I had the airbag/button area and bottom trim pieces done in Carbon but due to the thickness being an issues the bottom piece was done solid as one rather then the two different pieces they come as. It still has the indentation that the two pieces have so I might drop in Black vinyl to go in its place and see how that looks. I have my current switches and bottom trim on the wheel in my car so I can play around with them. If I swap bottom trims, I’ll see which of the Rexpeed or Autotecknic trim inserts flows best.

Also if you notice on the switches, it’s the same layout but different buttons that are on my Premium wheel in my car so I’ll be removing those switches and putting in the ones in my car. I’m assuming that’s for base model Supras. But not 100% sure why different buttons came with it. Either way my current buttons will work in their place.
The fit and finish looks excellent!
 

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The fit and finish looks excellent!
The wheel was done by BeithPerformanceParts. He has made 2 wheels already in the past for me, my 2013 Accord and 2011 Silverado. Amazing quality. Good communication and Customer service! Not sponsored in anyway, just noting a quality company.

You can see what I mean from this photo. The bottom trim is now one. I’ll be honest, all one piece doesn’t look the best to me and I’d have preferred 2 pieces. Due to the thickness of it, it had to be combined. It didn’t look right with just the U shape trim being carbon. But that being said I will be dropping either some Gloss or Matte black vinyl in that recessed area as an accent to give the appearance of two pieces. I’ll see how that looks and go from there. The switches and bottom being separate allows me to play around with a combination of OEM trim or CF trim.

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The wheel was done by BeithPerformanceParts. He has made 2 wheels already in the past for me, my 2013 Accord and 2011 Silverado. Amazing quality. Good communication and Customer service! Not sponsored in anyway, just noting a quality company.

You can see what I mean from this photo. The bottom trim is now one. I’ll be honest, all one piece doesn’t look the best to me and I’d have preferred 2 pieces. Due to the thickness of it, it had to be combined. It didn’t look right with just the U shape trim being carbon. But that being said I will be dropping either some Gloss or Matte black vinyl in that recessed area as an accent to give the appearance of two pieces. I’ll see how that looks and go from there. The switches and bottom being separate allows me to play around with a combination of OEM trim or CF trim.
a GR badge might look good in that space at the bottom!
 

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a GR badge might look good in that space at the bottom!
I toyed around with the idea. I’ve got a few things in my head. I’ll post pics once all installed.
 

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You can code the auto start/stop last memory in bimmercode.
 

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Lol. Not voiding the warranty on a first year production car. lol. I don’t want to give the dealership any reasons.
I’ve since taken my car in to the dealership twice. Once for a adjustment on the bumper and one for a maintenance issue. Both times the coding has not been mentioned. I’m confident they do not have any issues as I’ve already used my warranty. But it’s all personal preference and I understand. I was nervous when I took it in the first time after coding.
 

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Hi all, new Supra owner here - just bought my 2021 3.0 last weekend.

I’m assuming this is normal, but wanted to check with everyone here. I’ve noticed the auto start/stop is extremely aggressive. For example, I turned the car on after it sat overnight, then after idling for a few minutes (not that many) made a three point turn during which the engine shut off before I placed the shifter in reverse. I’m surprised the function kicks in when the engine isn’t fully warmed up.

Is everyone else’s Supra similar? (For those of you who haven’t coded this off yet).
 

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