Thanks for getting the still shots!
I wonder what they did with the shear plate on the rear subframe? The shear plate bolts to the bottom of the rear subframe under the front mounts and does something but I'm not sure what yet. In order to drop the subframe it needs to be removed. That is the biggest issue I've found with the subframe lift thing. Maybe they just left it off? Also not sure about the steering rack in the front and if it's flexible enough to handle the change in angle.
Pretty sure their vehicle is a Model Y not a Model 3, not sure which year, perhaps that's how?
Also, they mentioned in the video, though its a little hard to tell, that after lifting the car in several ways (vertical suspension spacer, coilover, subframe) they then lowered the motors as they didn't want to fabricate even more parts and the OEM parts couldn't support such large lifting.
They say they lifted in total 8" but that the motors were then dropped 4"
I really wish someone could summon this guy to this post/forum, would also love to know if they have any plans to make any of those parts available for purchase, I have been dying for an aftermarket front upper knuckle so that I could fit bigger tires in the front, currently on 245/40R19 and sadly neither 245/55R19 nor 255/40R19 fits due to front upper knuckle making full contact with the tire.
That's the "Bonus Module" from Ingenext. (He says "We have control module from Canada to turn off all the DC." — whatever he means by "DC". Diagnostic Codes, maybe?) It has a setting to switch off all stability systems except ABS. (I just mentioned it in my previous post.) I have the "Boost 50" from Ingenext that is the "Bonus" plus a 50 HP power increase to 500 HP (to make up for the 13 % torque loss by the larger tires I mounted).
The tires are sticking out of the body a bit too much for my taste. And the fender flares don't fit the car. Apart from that they did a great job.
Ingenext! RIGHT! I totally forgot about them, in my mind somehow "Canadian company" = MPP, and they do have a "partybox" for same purpose except theirs doesn't do the 50hp addition.
The shot where the car is climbing a dune hill and thus have its front suspension fully compressed on driver side shows just how much travel they use (vs the shot form the side when they are driving fast ground fast), without that level of travel (if it was fixed) they could have probably gotten away with much bigger tire.
They could also ... contact @74weld on IG and manufacture portal axles and gain extra 5" which could allow them to easily use 35" tires
And I agree, those flares are ugly, it looks like weekend project from scrap yard, as oppose to Delta4x4 that looks OEM+, but can't argue with results.
The range though, is not so bad, they get 150 km in dunes, I wonder whats their highway range, many months ago I shared extra grainy photos from Saudia Arabia of a Model 3 with big AT tires (and flares that are almost just as ugly), that one reportedly only gets 37 miles of range, but the guy says its only 37 miles because once he gets into the car he puts the foot down to the metal and doesn't let go for 37 miles
He also tows (on a huge semi truck) an industrial power generator equivalent of V2 supercharger and charges the car back up in under an hour, in the desert. I'm pretty sure I made that post on the other tesla unofficial forum and MPP chimed in saying that there should be a law of physics against that