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Are there better springs to use as replacements on the model s?

Aggmeister2010

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H&R has an aftermarket kit that offers a little bit of lowering as well, I'd suggest those. Note that the part number is different between AWD and RWD.

That's likely going to be closest to OEM feel, a little stiffer. There are a few Coilover options as well if you want that 'perfect stance,' but those can get very stiff.
 
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H&R has an aftermarket kit that offers a little bit of lowering as well, I'd suggest those. Note that the part number is different between AWD and RWD.

That's likely going to be closest to OEM feel, a little stiffer. There are a few Coilover options as well if you want that 'perfect stance,' but those can get very stiff.
I agree with @agg on this for H&R. I saw their springs on one of the aftermarket Tesla sites and from what they say, the H&R springs lower the car a bit and make the ride smoother. I'll see if I can find where I saw these springs.
 

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