2022 X3 XRS RR SS
I am not having the issue after a few hundred miles. We were out this weekend and I had no trouble shifting from low to high, forward to reverse etc on steep grades after stopping. This thread had me paying attention. There’s obviously some loading when placing in park on a hill that is to be expected but nothing that made the car hard to shift and the belt engagement in neutral or park has completely gone away. I plan to check my belt for wear soon and will let you know.Quick update - now that I have a few more rides on it the break-in lessens the issue but is still intermittently there overall depending on how hot (slow) you are riding. I can say the suggestion to leave in eco mode does solve the issue. I rode Rimrock in WA all weekend which is probably the tightest ugliest and most difficult terrain WA has to offer and no problems if left in Eco. Ultimately, the 100rpm or so difference from the idle dropping allows the primary to fully disengage. So, what that tells me it's definitely not a belt alignment issue and the "FLOAT" mod wont do sh!t to fix that. Clearly, a weight and engagement issue being the ultimate culprit. I suspect that's why the people that have swapped to EVP or KWI weights don't report the issue anymore but ones with stock primary P-drive still do.
I would like to get over to Rim Rock and Beverly. What’s your thoughts on how much time before they get too much snow?