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The factory Model 3 and Model Y desperately need more camber on the track, but not much if any on the street. What if you could quickly dial in more camber when you get to the track, and then set it right back to stock before you drive home? Well, now you can.
Fits these vehicles: All Model 3’s, All Model Y’s.
The Model 3 and Model Y have a serious lack of front camber - and any of you that have taken your car to the track know that from the tire wear. When the sidewalls start becoming the tread of the tire, that's bad! Due to the suspension geometry, the car doesn't gain very much camber when the vehicle is lowered, or in roll. Statically shortening the front upper control arm helps both to increase the camber gain with suspension travel, and obviously to increase static camber. Lap time improvements are in the order of seconds when stepping from roughly -1 degree of camber to -3+. This is no small change!
The camber adjustment mechanism uses shims - basically making camber settings infinitely repeatable. This is a huge advantage as it offers the end-user or the alignment shop the ability to drop in shims for a "track" alignment and then set it back to stock in a matter of minutes. MPP has a video coming soon that shows just how quickly a camber adjustment can be made (we're talking about less than one minute per side to make a change, the wheel doesn't even need to come off!). They have even prepared matching toe adjustments for various camber shim stacks. Say you want a street alignment with -1.5 degrees of camber, but want to turn it up to -3.4 degrees when you get to the track. No problem. Just take out the shims in the camber arm, turn the tie rod the exact number of turns specified in the instructions, and the toe will be within 1mm of where it was prior to the camber adjustment. When it's time to go home, simply pop the shims back in and set the tie rods back. We're talking about a few minutes per side to do this!
"The arm has been sculpted for maximum clearance in vertical travel, and we were able to get the same amount of upwards travel as the OEM arm - an impressive feat considering we also had to add in a camber adjustment mechanism at the outer part of the arm. As an update in Late 2020, we've updated our design to be side to side specific to allow for additional travel clearance for the Tesla Model Y. We are able to do this WITH A PRICE DECREASE due to the investment in 5-axis machining. The finish of all of our products has also improved with the use of 5-axis machining. "
These arms include shims in 2mm steps to go between stock camber (around -1.2 degrees when lowered) and -3.4 degrees of camber. For those wanting less than OE camber, we can provide additional shims and longer bolts on request. The entire kit is made from CNC cut, North American sourced 6061 Aluminum billet.
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