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TSportLine TST2090 with PS4S from Stock 19.

Discussion in 'Model S: Driving Dynamics' started by BusterN, Jul 16, 2018.

  1. BusterN

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    Just got a new setup on my P85D. Figured I would post some thoughts.

    Went from Stock 19 Turbine to TSportLine NON staggered 20 Matt Black with PS4S Tires.

    Few observations.

    1: Wasn't sure what to set the config of the car to. You have two options 19inch or 21 Inch wheels. I picked 21 inch. Although Im not sure it makes any difference.

    2: Road noise went up just a bit. But nothing dramatic.

    3: Can't really tell the difference in ride. I suppose it's a little harder, but again, nothing dramatic or really noticeable.

    4: On a flat road a HARD LOCK (L or R) does NOT rub the arch. But.... Pulling out of my drive (On a hill) HARD R or L lock touches my wheel arch at the front just a tiny bit. It does not matter if I have my SS on Very High, High or Standard. It's not something I am going to really worry about. But I do wonder what 21 inch would do.

    5: TPS moved from stock wheels to new wheels with no problems at all.

    6: Outside of that no other observations just yet. The PS4S tires are super sticky.

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  2. kev1n

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    the tire is rubbing against the fender liner in front. you can take a heat gun to it and push it forward a bit
     
  3. BusterN

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    Thanks. You are right, its not the arch it's the liner. So if you get Tesla OEM 21's do they have to do that? Seems really close just on the 20 inch wheels.
     
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    i had this problem sometimes with OEM 21's depending on the angle i turned the wheel at, doesnt really bother me though
     

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