Correct rear camber change caused by altered ride height, improve steering response and stability.
When you lower or raise your Model 3 or Model Y, the rear suspension will gain or lose negative camber which must be corrected to retain tire life, range and traction. The Model 3/Y’s OEM suspension does not allow adjustment of rear camber. Our Rear Upper Control arms are designed relying on years of professional motorsport experience.
CNC from billet 6061-T6 aluminum rather than using steel tube, they look almost as good as they function.
Manufactured and Assembled in North America!
Stainless Steel Hardware for corrosion and rust protection
Anodized for durability and aesthetics
Sealed spherical bearings deliver a more responsive steering feel, increased stability and enhanced overall connection to the road. Since the bearings are sealed, these arms will last the life of the car.
No noise or wear unlike other brands using spherical rod ends
Clamps on the threads and an easy to access adjuster mean quick and precise alignments.
Preset to the OEM length for a quick bolt-in installation. You can install these and drive to your alignment shop without worry.
MPP's Arastradero Rear Upper Camber Arms for Tesla Model 3/Y take everything we’ve learned from motorsport and road car performance for over 15 years and apply it to the Tesla Model 3 rear upper control arm. MPP knows how important it is for suspension arms to be easy to adjust, have great durability even in harsh climates, and have solid bearings rather than rubber bushings for the ultimate connection to the road. We took our knowledge on the topic and went to create the ultimate Tesla camber arms.
Most aftermarket suspension arms are made using either urethane bushings, which are used because they are cheap – or spherical rod ends, which are ideal for performance but don’t last very long in sandy or salty environments. MPP's solution is to use an OEM production sealed bearing – delivering the performance of the spherical and the durability of an OE part.
The sealed bearing is just like a ball joint, it is solid and has virtually no compliance, while being lubricated and protected from corrosion. Rod ends tend to thread into a suspension arm, which makes them very easy to adjust – whereas a pressed in bearing offers no adjustment. MPP's solution is to use a threaded turnbuckle allowing for precise adjustment. Rather than use jam-nuts (which always affect the alignment when locking down the nuts) MPP's clamping system allows the alignment technician to perfectly set the alignment, then tighten the clamp bolts without throwing off the camber.
In addition, laser engraving indicates which way to adjust the turnbuckle to extend or retract the arm, saving any confusion for your local alignment technician, or for anyone trying to make some quick trackside changes. The turnbuckles are made from stainless steel – so they will never corrode or rust. The arms are CNC machined out of 6061 aluminum, and anodized blue for durability and aesthetics.
These arms come fully assembled at set to the factory length. We always recommend using anti-seize lubricant to prevent any galvanic corrosion between the aluminum and steel. Camber adjustment range is as much as you’d ever need for any ride height or reasonable desired camber setting. Arms come as a pair of two and are warrantied for three years from the time of purchase.
A ride height sensor bracket is included which can be utilized for cars with adaptive headlights. Contact us if you require an additional bracket if you’re using air suspension and need a ride height sensor on each side.
Vehicles Supported Tesla Model 3, including Performance Tesla Model Y, including Performance