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Model S Lowering Springs

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by Kofi, Apr 20, 2015.

  1. Kofi

    Kofi Member

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    Model S Lowering Springs

    These springs will lower the vehicle approximately 1" for a sportier look and improved handling. The front springs and rear springs are linear, 10% stiffer than OEM. When the suspension is loaded during aggressive cornering, the springs enter the stiffer portion of the spring for better control and reduced body roll. Please allow 3 weeks for build and delivery time.


    Our springs are 100% made in the U.S.A. and we offer a lifetime warranty against spring sag. Please call 408.839.2003 or email [email protected] for order inquiries.

    // What are the advantages of lowering springs?

    With lowered suspension, there's less air going underneath the vehicle, which creates a better outcome for the car's aerodynamics.

    // How will my vehicle handle?

    In general, having the vehicle lower to the ground will increase the grip of the tires on the roadway and improve handling.

    // What about ride comfortability?

    Lowering springs make the suspension stiffer and give a smoother ride, one of the benefits of lowered suspension.

    List Date: 4/20/2015

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  2. ra-san

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    Is there a camber change from the springs alone? I realize this should be an obvious answer based on the geometry, but I've never really picked up the geometry of the suspension.
     
  3. Kofi

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    We recommend installing these on an alignment lift and adjusting camber/alignment as desired.
     

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