Welcome to Tesla Motors Club
Discuss Tesla's Model S, Model 3, Model X, Model Y, Cybertruck, Roadster and More.
Register

Model 3 Performance Lowered

KyleM3

Member
Jul 21, 2020
82
31
PA
Anyone lowered their Model 3 P and have photos? I ask for the P specifically because I want to see the factory wheels. Debating if I want to do before years end or wait until Spring next year. Also, how’s clearance in most cases? I’m looking at H&R.
 

Clivew

Member
Nov 19, 2019
228
367
Bedford, UK
Lowered on KW V3, clearance seems fine so far.

AF986955-4D42-4870-99E4-4DEE1388047A.jpeg
 

coolioj

Member
Oct 4, 2019
58
80
SF Bay Area
Here is mine on MPP Comfort Coilovers. I dropped it to about a 1 finger gap. Not sure what that translates to overall drop. I don’t have clearance issues on the front but have had issues on certain driveways that have a steep apex that causes me to scrape the center. I’ve learned to take those at a angle to avoid most of them. Thanks.

RacahIH.jpg
 
Nice. MSS are quality. I noticed you’re in the lower mainland. Where are you getting your install done for your springs? I’m also looking for a competent shop in the area.

I have a few cars and I take them each to different shops depending on make and model. The best shops are the ones that has lots of experience om your specific model haha
 

BowserP3D

Member
May 30, 2020
16
6
Socal
Wait are you saying the mss height adjustable springs are available and you’ve ordered them?

I can’t find anything about them online. The springs are perfect for those that want to dial in the lowering to their preference while not needing the additional cost of replacing the good as new shocks they have.
 
  • Like
Reactions: Schmollak
Wait are you saying the mss height adjustable springs are available and you’ve ordered them?

I can’t find anything about them online. The springs are perfect for those that want to dial in the lowering to their preference while not needing the additional cost of replacing the good as new shocks they have.
Wait are you saying the mss height adjustable springs are available and you’ve ordered them?

I can’t find anything about them online. The springs are perfect for those that want to dial in the lowering to their preference while not needing the additional cost of replacing the good as new shocks they have.
 
Wait are you saying the mss height adjustable springs are available and you’ve ordered them?

I can’t find anything about them online. The springs are perfect for those that want to dial in the lowering to their preference while not needing the additional cost of replacing the good as new shocks they have.
I will be the first public user review. Stay tuned for detailed post. Am very excited since I've had great success with their kits on my previous cars.
 

BowserP3D

Member
May 30, 2020
16
6
Socal
MSS Sports Adjustable Front and Rear Ride Management System - Tesla Model 3 Evolve Automotive

Looks like this place in the UK is taking pre-orders...

One thing concerning is that the website says “lowers 0-30mm” I’m hoping that means the adjustability can be dialed in 0-30mm lower than the what the lowering springs normally lower the car.

30mm isn’t enough if it’s the total amount of lowering, I need close to 80mm to close the huge wheel arch to tire gap.
 
MSS Sports Adjustable Front and Rear Ride Management System - Tesla Model 3 Evolve Automotive

Looks like this place in the UK is taking pre-orders...

One thing concerning is that the website says “lowers 0-30mm” I’m hoping that means the adjustability can be dialed in 0-30mm lower than the what the lowering springs normally lower the car.

30mm isn’t enough if it’s the total amount of lowering, I need close to 80mm to close the huge wheel arch to tire gap.

My install had to be delayed due to realizing all 4 of my cv axle seals are leaking. Will continue install once tesla deals with my cars issue (ridiculous btw to have all 4 leaking at 9 months old 20k km driven). 0-30mm is quite in line with what most other springs are offering. I can assure you there isnt a 80mm lowering spring heh..
 

Products we're discussing on TMC...

About Us

Formed in 2006, Tesla Motors Club (TMC) was the first independent online Tesla community. Today it remains the largest and most dynamic community of Tesla enthusiasts. Learn more.

Do you value your experience at TMC? Consider becoming a Supporting Member of Tesla Motors Club. As a thank you for your contribution, you'll get nearly no ads in the Community and Groups sections. Additional perks are available depending on the level of contribution. Please visit the Account Upgrades page for more details.


SUPPORT TMC
Top