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Vendor Model S Sport Lowering Springs

Discussion in 'Model S: Driving Dynamics' started by Tsportline, Aug 21, 2015.

  1. Tsportline

    Tsportline Vendor

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    We're proud to announce another product that the Tesla community has asked for: Lowering Springs for Model S with coil suspension.

    Information
    Lowering about 1" front and rear.
    Improved handling and vehicle stance.
    Hi-tensile cold wound steel. Lighter than oe springs. Faster suspension reaction.


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  2. FlatSix911

    FlatSix911 918 Hybrid

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    Cross post - I am considering a set of your springs and just noticed that they are not compatible with D models ... wonder why?

    https://tsportline.com/shop-tesla-aftermarket-accessories-products/model-s-lowering-springs/

    Our Model S Lowering Springs improve the ride quality of the Tesla Model S by lowering the ride height by approximately 1″ (25.4mm)
    and improves handling for spirited enthusiasts and style minded drivers. Our Model S Lowering Springs are for Model S owners without the “Smart Air Suspension” option.
    Application: 85 and 90 only. Our lowering springs are incompatible with 60, 70, 70D, 85D and 90D.
     
  3. Tsportline

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    85/90 standard drive motor.

    85D/90D lighter motor in rear + motor in front. the all wheel drives have different springs and shock setting.
    70D lighter motor in rear + motor in front. different springs and shock setting from 85D/90D.

    so many variations that we decided to start with the 85/90.




     
  4. FlatSix911

    FlatSix911 918 Hybrid

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    Thanks for the reply. Seems like a large market for the Dual Motor cars ... any development plans?
     
  5. Tsportline

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    85D/90D in development.
     
  6. FlatSix911

    FlatSix911 918 Hybrid

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    Thanks - any ETA for the D springs?
     

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