The new 2021 Tesla Model S and X use completely new control arms. So our SX-1 adjustable camber arms and our TSX-1 adjustable toe arms will not fit the 2021 versions. We do have lowering links that will fit the 2021 refreshed Tesla S and X. They are different than our original lowering links for [...]
After you or an alignment shop installs our control arms and lowering links you will want to align the wheels immediately. We recommend the following steps: 1. Set your Tesla's height to the height you plan to drive most frequently. Usually that would be the Standard or Low position on your monitor. The height of [...]
Legally, a vehicle manufacturer cannot void your warranty for installing an aftermarket automotive part unless they can prove that the aftermarket part caused or contributed to the damage directly or indirectly in the vehicle (per the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act (15 U.S.C. 2302(C)). Tesla's warranty is governed by the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act of 1975 in [...]
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Currently N2itive makes parts for the Tesla Model S and X. All of our parts will fit both of these models interchangeably from 2012 to 2020. We are currently designing new parts for the 2021 models with their new suspension system including the Plaid version. Our lowering links for the 2021 standard and Plaid versions [...]
Do I need the N2itive TSX-1 toe arms in addition to the SX-1 camber arms to fix my inner tire wear on my Tesla?
We recommend setting the rear alignment of your Tesla from -0.9° to -1.1° for camber and 0.10° to 0.20° for toe at the ride height you drive in most often. This is the optimal setting for even and improved tire wear and safety while at the same time maintaining Tesla's recommended specifications. Tesla's alignment spec [...]