We’re extremely excited to bring you our jointly developed MPP / KW Comfort Coilovers. After speaking with a large number of Model 3 owners in the community, we realized that there was a large demand for the ability to lower your Model 3 without reducing the ride comfort, especially over large bumps. For this reason we have developed a comfort coilover system that aims to bring you great value, smoother than OE ride, increased suspension travel and dampers done by some of the best in the business.
Spring rates set for comfortable driving, very similar to factory spring rates.
Height adjustable from factory ride height down to 50mm below stock.
Progressive bump rubbers tuned to engage only in the most aggressive bumps to not add to ride harshness under normal conditions.
Utilize the OEM upper hats for minimum NVH transmitted into the cabin. No spherical bearings to clunk and transmit road noise!
Bolt-in installation. A competent shop can have these coilovers installed in 3.5 hours.
Composite spring perch that will not seize to damper body over time as many aluminum products tend to.
Two-Year Warranty – Void with track use.
Our Tesla Coilovers were designed for the user that wants a similar ride to factory, even slightly softer, while having the ability to fine-tune the ride height to his or her exact preference. These coilovers offer what we feel is the perfect ride for a sports sedan. It removes a lot of the harshness caused by the firm Tesla damper, while offering a small bump in spring rate to keep the platform flat and responsive. With tons of travel, you can clobber potholes and large ruts in the road without even feeling it. In fact, the faster you go the smoother it gets!
Our suspension system utilizes the factory rear spring mounting location – as designed by Tesla. While it would be possible to put spring on the rear damper, the upper parcel shelf was never designed to carry the entire vehicle load. The chassis rigidity simply isn’t there, not to mention the NVH concerns.
As our comfort dampers are designed for lower ride height when compared to stock, the suspension will ride just as well whether it is 20mm below stock, or 50mm below stock!
Reviews – Comfort Coilovers RWD for Tesla Model 3 Hundreds of our customers are using our Tesla Coilover kits on their Model 3’s. So far the reviews are really encouraging! We suggest you do some research online to read some reviews and ask us if you have any questions. Our opinions of ourselves are obviously biased in our favor! Picking a suspension for your vehicle is so difficult because unlike power figures, the “feel” of the car is not something that can be quantified. For this reason, it’s not uncommon for a good salesman to get you into something you might otherwise not have chosen if you compared both products on merit entirely. The closest we can get is to suggest reading reviews, especially from those who switched to MPP from another suspension. These customers are our best source of feedback, as they have a direct back to back comparison.
Ride Height Range
Factory Ground Clearance (19″ Wheels, Early Production Springs): Front: 155mm Rear: 150mm
*As Model 3 production evolves we have seen different cars be slightly different heights. You can measure the ground clearance of your car if you’re trying to determine exactly how much you can lower your car with our coilovers, but as a guide you could get the car far lower than you should ever run it. In our testing we found 110mm front and rear is a very driveable height. That is our recommended ride height.
Installation is very straightforward. The OEM top-hats are retained and as such a spring compressor is required to disassemble the factory front dampers. Nothing on the car needs to be permanently modified or damaged for installation.
Selecting the suspension kit That Is best for you As we now have a number of suspension options – we’ve created a graph to help visualize the pros and cons of the different kits. If you don’t plan on ever tracking, the comfort or comfort adjustable kit is likely the best option. For those who care more about a sporty drive and will hit the track but aren’t taking it too seriously, the sports kit is exactly what you’re after. If you are getting serious about track duty, the sport kit with super sport springs will help. If you’re building a racecar with your Model 3, then the competition kit is the only suitable option.