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Tesla Model S and X have excessive tire wear. The MACSBOOST Palladium kit can help you fix it.

Yes, the Tesla S and X run and drive great off the showroom floor. But by the time you have driven home the tire damage is already started. The stock suspension is designed with an appetite for tire wear!

new tesla s and x off the showroom floor
new tesla s and x off the showroom floor

Are you finding yourself shelling out thousands of dollars for new tires every six months due to uneven wear? How many alignments have you gone through? How many more will it take before you realize there’s a superior solution?

The Problem:

The S and X suspension was designed to operate safely at high heights and at high speeds. The software however prevents this from ever happening. The active suspensions always lower over certain speeds. They also start in “low” every time you get in to drive. As the vehicle lowers, camber increases to levels that are excessive for best performance and wear.

Tesla getting its tires replaced every six months!

To ensure the best overall driving experience at the heights they typically operate in, less camber is actually needed compared to the stock setup. Reduced camber provides improved straight-line traction and significantly extends tire lifespan. Moreover, some low-profile tires struggle with high camber, leading to premature sidewall cracking and, in some cases, sudden deflation, with tire wear concealed beneath the vehicle.

Tesla’s latest solution is to encourage you to inspect and rotate your tires more frequently through service reminders, ultimately resulting in more tire purchases. Unfortunately, for all the latest S and X models, you cannot rotate the rear tires because they are of different sizes and directional. Fortunately, there is an alternative. offers a genuine remedy for your suspension woes and provides round-the-clock product support!

The MACSBOOST Superior solution:

Our palladium kit for the 2021+ vehicles is designed to restore the camber to its correct alignment as it should have been upon delivery. Our kit has been engineered for straightforward installation, eliminating the need for additional alignment visit after installation. It is the least invasive solution available and offers a factory-quality hardware fix.

Order from the website today and quit destroying your tires!

4 thoughts on “Tesla Model S and X have excessive tire wear. The MACSBOOST Palladium kit can help you fix it.

  1. Hello, I installed the shim kit on my 2022 MX Plaid. It help with the camber issue to a degree, have you ever had someone install (2) shims on the arm to reduce the tilt even more? Was curious as I still have negative camber on the rear wheels and thought maybe another set would reduce it even more?


    1. Hi Darcy. Negative rear camber is good for an independent suspension. Having some is a good thing. Too much or too little though is a bad thing. In our professional opinion, the stock suspension has too much. However, we do not want to take out too much. Our kit takes out the guesswork and moves things back to where we believe it was intended to be for best all around performance and tire wear. A Goldilocks zone if you will. It is not advised to take out more. Feel free to contact us and discuss further.

  2. How much camber is the stock setup and how is taken out with the shims

    1. Camber varies with height and there is a high tolerance to height so there isn’t one answer to this question. Camber increases as the vehicle lowers. In general the kit removes two height levels worth of camber gain. Thus Camber in very low with the kit will be the same as it was in mid before the kit. Simply it removes just the right amount for normal driving as the suspension was designed for daily operation at mid heights.

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