When drivers look at a set of springs, they concentrate mainly on the rates, but the material and manufacturing process is equally important. Most enthusiasts will tell you that all springs are the same... we asked some professional drivers for their opinions
*I just replaced my springs to Swift Springs with same spring rate, and somehow the car behaves totally different now.
*Since I've swapped the springs from another brand to Swift, my lap times became very consistent throughout the entire race due to cooler tire temperatures, which saves tire wear.
*We have tested our Swift-equipped race cars on a shaker rig, and the Swift Springs have a lot less harmonic vibration.
*My car is a lot smoother with Swift Springs even though same spring rate were chosen, especially on bad surfaces.
The many positive comments Swift Springs receive would have you believe that Swift Springs is surprised to hear such things in the first place, we are simply getting confirmation that our engineering not only works on paper, but is also proven through use in the field (track). Now, allow us to provide a few reasons as to why we get this kind of feedback from our users.