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Will Model 3 Performance springs and struts fit SR+

NIGHTRYDER

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Mar 15, 2021
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Hello everyone,

I am a new member here but all of your threads have helped me answer all of my questions in the past. Thanks for keeping the info flowing. I currently own a 2019 SR+, and I plan to give it to my wife and get myself a 2021 Performance. I have lowering springs on my 2019 SR+ eibach 1" front and 3/4" rear. Once the springs settled it is now just a bit lower than that now. I saw my SR+ (after lowering it) parked next to a performance model 3 and mine is just a bit lower than the performance. If I get a new performance model 3 will the performance stock suspension(struts and springs) fit my SR+? I plan on getting coilovers on my new performance model 3, and I want to raise my SR+ just a bit to give my wife a bit more ground clearance but SR+ stock height is way too high and I know that performance stock height is a bit lower than SR+ stock height . Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

fiehlsport

Member
Jul 30, 2020
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Binghamton, NY
Hi, and welcome to TMC.

Unfortunately, your Performance suspension parts will not swap over to the SR+. Spring rates are completely different.
He’s asking if the struts and springs will swap to an SR. Why wouldn’t it work? Everything should be a direct swap, the body and control arms should accept the parts.
 

TheDriveway

Local Vendor - NorCal
Feb 24, 2020
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San Jose, CA
He’s asking if the struts and springs will swap to an SR. Why wouldn’t it work? Everything should be a direct swap, the body and control arms should accept the parts.
The Performance Model is AWD. The springs may fit, but it has different spring rates, and the front AWD/RWD struts are physically different.
 
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Olavxxx

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Dec 31, 2018
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Not sure if it will fit, but it would not be a perfect match anyways since shocks and springs are tuned for higher weight of the awd drivetrain.
 

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