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  1. tom @ eas

    Vendor SPL Racing Suspension for Tesla - Now Available!

    About SPL From full racing to high performance street applications, SPL suspension products provide adjustability and increased performance for custom alignment needs. The highest quality construction and innovative features are the reasons why our products are not only chosen by the top race...
  2. M

    FS: N2itive Adjustable Camber and Toe Arms

    N2itive adjustable camber arms and adjustable toe arms for the rear. Both brand new in the box. I decided to let go of my X instead of installing these. These allow you to align the rear wheels so you don’t get excessive tire wear. Teslas do not come with adjustable arms from the factory. Fit...
  3. X

    FS: Model 3 2020 Part Out -- Mirror Caps, OEM Rear Camber Arms, MPP FLCA

    Hey all, Selling my car so I have a few parts for sale. Located in Bay Area (Milpitas, San Jose, Fremont) All items are cash OBO local, prefer not to ship but if I have to then Zelle/Paypal preferred with flat rate shipping cost. Both mirror caps and MPP FLCA are brand new, open box and...
  4. Tcpsoft

    MPP Model 3/Y FUCA and rear camber arms

    I’m selling my never installed Corkscrew Front Upper Control Arms and Arastradero Rear Camber Arms from Mountain Pass Performance. Rear camber arms still sealed in original plastic. Just took the front ball joints out of their paper wrapping for the picture. On the FUCA, these are the prior gen...
  5. R

    Mountain Pass Performance corkscrew front upper control arms for M3 (new in box)

    Brand new in box. I’m considering selling my blue M3P and won’t be installing these. $1100 shipped in continental US.
  6. tiltmode43

    Is There a Definitive Answer? 20" Sport Wheel Includes Rear Upper Fore Links / Control Arms

    As you may already know, the 20" Sport wheel option seen here -> Model 3 20" Sport Wheel and Tire Package includes the following: 4 x 20X8.5J Sport wheels 4 x 235/35/20 – Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires 4 x tire pressure sensors 4 x Tesla logo Sport wheel center caps 2 x rear upper fore links I...
  7. EVTuning

    Vendor Rear Adjustable Camber Bushings for Model S/X Group Buy

    Hello Tesla Motors Club Members! My name is Chris Salvo, and I am the owner of EV Tuning Solutions, a new vendor to the TMC Forums. Prior to starting EV Tuning Solutions, I was a Tesla Technician and Parts Advisor for about four and a half years. Before life at Tesla I was a Factory Trained BMW...
  8. essmd

    Rear wheels "Cupping" on 20" w/ Michelins

    After delivery last July I was not particularly happy with the tire noise or harsher ride (prefer comfort), so I purchased Michelins from the SvC but only because nobody else could access the proper rated tire. I did not really notice any difference from the Continentals (So don't waste your...
  9. T

    Rear uneven tire wear caused be less of an issue with the new AWD Model S 85D or P85D

    Does anyone know with the announcement of the AWD Model S "D", if the uneven tire wear from the cambering will now also cause the same issue on the front tires, or will the tires wear more evenly (i.e last longer) because the torque will be distributed more equally? I have friends who have the...
  10. M

    Rear negative camber affecting Model S range? Please weigh in!

    I know lolachampcar has detailed how rear negative camber in the Model S affects tire wear (amazing job documenting this BTW). I however would like to have a discussion on how it affects range. If you were able to change the camber to +0.5 instead of -1.5 how much range would you gain? I...

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