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Anyone interested in helping to develop camber kits?

Discussion in 'Model S: Driving Dynamics' started by evbadges, Apr 20, 2015.

  1. evbadges

    evbadges New Member

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    Hey guys,

    I have friends in the alignment parts industry (40+ years) and they are looking for someone near Denver to utilize for the development of a camber kit for the Model S.

    Anyone interested?

    It would require approx 3 visits to the facility and in return, you'd receive a camber kit.

    Let me know and I'll connect you!
     
  2. sorka

    sorka Active Member

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    Didn't someone here already develop an adjustable upper link and sell a bunch of them before deciding to retire it?
     
  3. evbadges

    evbadges New Member

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    As far as I could find, there was one model that required sending your original arms, etc.

    They'd like to develop a production model. Much easier for install, purchase, etc.
     
  4. SUPRKAR

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    Adjustable camber links are available from BBC Speed and machine on an exchange basis. You buy the set send in your old links for core credit. I have a set for a year no more tire wear. The fixed links were retired. I much prefer my adjustable units. BBC is locatee in Linden NJ, google for phone phone number.
     
  5. sorka

    sorka Active Member

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    Links? No pun intended.
     
  6. SUPRKAR

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  7. evbadges

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    yobigd20 Well-Known Member

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    has anyone else bought and mounted these? I was told the bushings on my upper rear links are showing 'excessive wear' but I opted NOT to have tesla replace them (they cost a little under a grand $961). For that price...I was thinking maybe some sort of aftermarket pro upgrade?
     
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    Has this project been abandoned?
     

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