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  1. MoreAgain

    RWD Model 3 Chasing BMW M3 on Track - MPP PartyBox Beta V. 2.0

    Fun Time-Trial training event with the Alfa Romeo Club. Good opportunity to try out version 2 of the PartyBox by Mountain Pass Performance. Chasing down a BMW M3 and a sweet little 1982 Porsche 911 SC.
  2. Mike2016

    SOLD: Unplugged Perfornance SP Springs for Model 3 Performance

    Unplugged Performance Lowering Springs - Super Performance For Model 3 Performance The drop is nice with 15/20mm spacers as attached picture (only pic i took) Had these springs on my car for about 3 months. They are a little too stiff and bouncy for me and my kid. I decided to go back to...
  3. jackson hui

    Lowering your Model 3. experiences, feedback, satisfaction

    Hi everyone. Been lurking on this forum since November but this is my first time posting. I just got done lowering my Model 3 using unplugged performance Moderate springs. I just wanted to see what everyone else experienced as far as expectations, ride quality, hiccups during installation...
  4. kizamebute'

    Finally got it, Tesla Model 3 Unplugged Ascension Front Fascia (Bumper Cover), Love it!

    Never been a fan of Tesla's front end design language. I still preferred the Model S with the nose cone. Just personal taste. Tesla originally included the nose cone on the Model S to soften the blow for buyers not wanting an EV that looked weird or different as many do. The nose cone at least...