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  1. H

    N2ITIVE Adjustable Rear Camber Arm Kit For Tesla PLAID NEW

    This thread is for the general discussion of the marketplace listing N2ITIVE Adjustable Rear Camber Arm Kit For Tesla PLAID NEW. Please add to the discussion here.
  2. N2ITIVE Adjustable Rear Camber Arm Kit For Tesla PLAID  NEW

    For sale N2ITIVE Adjustable Rear Camber Arm Kit For Tesla PLAID NEW

    Brand new in the box only opened so buyer can see the arms.. Red Arms from N2itive. $750 shipped.
    $750.00
  3. H

    Tesla Model 3 Front Upper Control Arms

    Has anyone had any experience with noise from front upper control arms? Got quite a bit of noise when stationary turning the wheel. Attached some pictures and as I was taking them spotted a rusted o ring which is the same for both sets on either side of the wheel which looks suspicious.
  4. R

    [SF Bay Area] Redwood Motorsports (Ohlins) DFV Coilovers and Rear Control Arms for Model 3P $2.4k

    Selling used set (10k miles) DFV Coilovers and Rear Control Arms for Model 3P. Bought originally from from another member on this thread as I was planning to track the car. However, I never got around to installing it and am now upgrading to a MY. Looking to recoup what I bought it for $2.4k...
  5. MountainPass

    Vendor MPP Development of Model S Plaid - All brake/suspension upgrades to date!

    Hey TMC Family! We wanted to make a single thread to display the products we have developed for the Model S over the last year or so, and share any updates on where we are headed next. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them here as well. We will update this as we add products to the...
  6. Maximillan

    Quality Control and Why It's So Hard - Model S Control Arms

    I wanted to share this thread as it provides a good insight into why quality control is hard. Look past the Musk / Tesla hate, it's worth a read. As anybody who's ever developed / manufactured something for a large organisation, people dynamics and culture play a big role in the final product...
  7. J

    Creaking sound from front suspension, second replacement

    My early 2020 M3 Sr+ has 90,000 Kms (56000 Miles) on it. In January I had some really bad creaking noise while turning and going over bumps. During that time the car was still under warranty. Right before the end of the warranty at 80,000kms, both front control arms were replaced under warranty...
  8. tom @ eas

    Vendor ▀▄ eas | Authorized Retailer & Installer - Mountain Pass Performance Parts

    Mountain Pass Performance (MPP) is an EV oriented performance company started in 2017 by a group with a deep rooted history in motorsport. MPPs goal is to carry that background to the electric car community, and develop EV’s into not only efficient and logical vehicles – but objects of desire...
  9. tom @ eas

    ▀▄ eas | Authorized Retailer & Installer - Mountain Pass Performance Parts

    Mountain Pass Performance (MPP) is an EV oriented performance company started in 2017 by a group with a deep rooted history in motorsport. MPPs goal is to carry that background to the electric car community, and develop EV’s into not only efficient and logical vehicles – but objects of desire...
  10. EVTuning

    Vendor EV Tuning Adjustable Rear Control Arms Now Available!

    We have put together a comprehensive product line of adjustable rear control arms to help both with unsprung weight and give you the adjustability that wasn't available from the factory. The arms are available separately or save by buying them as a set! They come with 7075 Aluminum adjuster...
  11. Rollingstone

    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.
  12. Xenoilphobe

    TESLA - MODEL S - Control arms bushing kit

    Anyone tried these yet on a 2014 P85+ or any Model S? My handling is not a great as it used to be a close to 100K miles on my car... thought this might help or is it just cheaper to buy the four control arms and save the labor on pressing these in. $800 for the four control arms or $500 plus...