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Discussion in 'Model 3: Driving Dynamics' started by markusg, Nov 30, 2019.
What does that have to do with the discussion?
OP, glad you found a solution.
Is an air suspension within your spending range? Airtekk, airlift, etc brand. You’d jack up going in and out of the garage. Then stock or lowered height for regular driving, which helps with efficiency than driving lifted all the time.
Probably more than I need, honestly. I may revise my opinion after getting the lift kit installed, though.
I see your issue from the photos OP. You can’t even approach it from slant, tight spot right into garage. I hope lift kit works out for you and congrats
Thanks - I’m fairly confident it will. I’ll let everyone know how it goes.
Nah, the garage alone is $1.5M.
But seriously hope the risers work for you.
@markusg - What about something like this - Rubber Speed Hump Middle Section | Traffic Safety Store
I'm not a fan of the bright yellow for driveway use, but a section could be bolted down on each side and be a pretty long term solution..
@OP - did you ever install the MPP lift kit?
I’m curious what the impact on range is versus stock height
Decided to just stick with the plywood so can’t speak to the lift kit. Sorry!
On the Y the range difference is negligible, but on the 3 which starts off closer to the ground, I would expect 5-10% impact on efficiency based on average speed!
this setup really helped me. 7cm lift
Google “Curb Ramps”, might solve your issue.
this is exactly what i need. where did you find these?
Would backing in work?