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Mountain Pass Coilover 6 Month Review

[In reference to the wheel gap on my Model Y Long Range] 🙂

My goal of purchasing the Mountain Pass Performance comfort coilover kit was 1. A ride better than stock and 2. A lower ride height to fit the 20” inductions better.

I feel I was able to accomplish all of the above with their kit due to the adjustability they provide. As of right now, I’m sitting at a 3 finger gap all around and expect it to settle a little lower then I’ll adjust as needed.
looks good dude
 
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Hey all, I just installed MPP coilovers on my MYP. So far so good for me. The installer set it to a good level where I can feel the road, but it's not as jarring. My wife is still wanting it a bit softer/bouncier. I worried it'll feel like i'm driving on a mattress or on Goku's flying Nimbus...

For others who have installed and enjoying it, what did you set your compression and rebound to?
 
Hey all, I just installed MPP coilovers on my MYP. So far so good for me. The installer set it to a good level where I can feel the road, but it's not as jarring. My wife is still wanting it a bit softer/bouncier. I worried it'll feel like i'm driving on a mattress or on Goku's flying Nimbus...

For others who have installed and enjoying it, what did you set your compression and rebound to?
I am set at 12/12 in the front, and 12/10 in the rear. Just took my first road trip this past weekend and am amazed at how improved the ride is.

For reference, there is an entire thread on MPP numbers settings: MPP Comfort Coils NUMBERS ONLY THREAD
 
Hey all, I just installed MPP coilovers on my MYP. So far so good for me. The installer set it to a good level where I can feel the road, but it's not as jarring. My wife is still wanting it a bit softer/bouncier. I worried it'll feel like i'm driving on a mattress or on Goku's flying Nimbus...

For others who have installed and enjoying it, what did you set your compression and rebound to?
Do MPP coilovers alter the height of Model Y Performance (MYP) ? I heard they lower the long range but never could determine if they lower a MYP.
 
I am set at 12/12 in the front, and 12/10 in the rear. Just took my first road trip this past weekend and am amazed at how improved the ride is.

For reference, there is an entire thread on MPP numbers settings: MPP Comfort Coils NUMBERS ONLY THREAD
Amazing. I did a search before asking, but obviously not well enough!!! Good board here!
 
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I am set at 12/12 in the front, and 12/10 in the rear. Just took my first road trip this past weekend and am amazed at how improved the ride is.

For reference, there is an entire thread on MPP numbers settings: MPP Comfort Coils NUMBERS ONLY THREAD

I used this setting and it's pretty good for a comfortable ride. I tried 14/14 all around, but it felt very bouncy.

I'm tempted to go firmer, but I have to remind myself I bought the Y as a comfortable cruiser.
 

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