During aggressive and hard cornering (typically during autocross or other street style racing), the tire will start to ‘roll under’ which then causes only a portion of the width of the tire tread to remain in contact with the road surface.

In order to prevent this from happening, some Model 3 owners have increased their tire pressure at 50 psi.

When lowering the Tesla Model 3 about one inch, the negative camber increases by approximately one degree.

With a coilover, such as the Mountain Pass Sports coilovers that drop the car 1.5 inches, you’ll end up with 1.5 degrees more than the stock -0.5 degree. With -2 degrees total camber, tire wear should be even across the entire tread surface.

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