A SHOWCASE OF OUR WONDERFUL CUSTOMER’S CARS
ALONG WITH A LITTLE BIT OF WHAT THEY THINK ABOUT US.
We’re not the types to flood the internet with sales pitches about our products, but we understand that people want to have confidence in what they are buying and to know what it’s like to deal with the company they are considering doing business with.
What better way to give you a sense of our company than to share our customer’s real-world feedback. And if you’ve purchased some MPP hardware, we would love to hear your feedback and post your car on this page! Shoot us an email with some photos and we’ll get it up here in no time. Thank you for all of your support!
The shop that did the work was really impressed with the quality of the camber arms as well. If any of your customers ask for a shop recommendation in the Seattle area, I had my work done at Tru-line in Bellevue, WA. They were super informative and did a great job. Highly recommended. Scott S. // MPP Comfort RWD Coilovers, MPP Camber Arms
Thanks again. Looking forward to continuing following your team and reading about the other great products you will offer in the future! Stewart W. // MPP Comfort RWD Coilovers, MPP Camber Arms, MPP Toe Arms
I’m not going to lie, replacing the other competitors’ lowering springs with MPP’s coilovers was a tough decision – the MPP’s are a premium product. But I figured if I’m going to keep the car, why not invest in the best product? Honestly, the determining factor for me was that MPP partnered with KW Suspensions – I think most people would agree, that KW Suspensions makes THE BEST coilovers.
I purchased the MPP RWD Model 3 Sport Coilovers. I was also torn about getting the Sport vs the Comfort coilovers at first since honestly, I’m a dad with 2 young kids. I didn’t want a rough ride with 2 young kids (and a discerning wife!). I chose the MPP Sport Coilovers as I just thought they are a better quality product. The ride is firm, but also soft. It’s kind of a weird explanation, but I’ll say that they’re so much softer than my other lowering springs, but they’re definitely firmer than a MS. I would say maybe comparable to a BMW M3… although it’s been a few years since I’ve ridden in a BMW M3. Just to note, I had a MS as a loaner for a few days from Tesla, I just felt there was way too much body roll and it felt like I was driving a boat (even though it’s a super nice car).
I had the MPP Sport Coilovers installed at MPP’s recommended dampening and ride height, I’ll say I LOVE the way my M3 looks, handles, and rides. It’s aggressive, but not “slammed”. It’s firm, but also soft. I don’t really push the car that hard since I’m mainly driving the kids around town, but I’ve had quite a few head turns and thumbs up on the road. Kris K. // MPP Sports RWD Coilovers, MPP Camber Arms, MPP Toe Arms
Rear camber arms were a breeze to install and took out some rear camber in the rear with the wider tires that I have. No more premature inner wearing due to camber. Anyone looking to reduce inner tire wear in the rear due to added negative camber when lowering must need these arms. Luca T. // MPP 365mm Big Brake Kit, MPP Camber Arms