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Suspension Components: P100D vs 100D

Discussion in 'Model X: Driving Dynamics' started by Yinn, Feb 3, 2017.

  1. Yinn

    Yinn Active Member

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    When they first came out, the P cars on the Model S had different suspension components. I believe there were different part numbers for even a P and non-P air suspension. I'm wondering if this is still the case, especially for the X. Does anyone have access to a parts catalog or insight to determine if the P100D (or P90D) suspension components are the same or different from the 100D? (Shock rates, sway bars, control arms, or even software tuning?)
     
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    The P85+ cars had a different suspension. Early P85Ds had the same suspension, but it was discontinued shortly thereafter. Since then all of the suspensions have been the same.
     
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    Got it, thanks
     

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