HYPERCO 60mm ID COIL OVER SPRINGS
A Performance Advantage!
At first glance all springs look similar but there are significant differences not immediately apparent or visible to the naked eye. While other companies offer springs as a part of their expanding product line, Hyperco's only focus is on coil springs.Design and Testing Make the Difference
Properly engineered and manufactured suspension coils will not lose free length or installed height under normal racing conditions. Hyperco uses high-end, computerized scale test equipment. This confirms and ensures accuracy and consistency. Rate and load testing in .050" increments in tabular and graph form validate spring load per unit of deflection. Hyperco also utilizes a unique "Axial Load" scale to measure dynamic load performance. The material used in producing Hypercoils undergoes two separate magnaflux inspections. Once before manufacture and once again after coiling. This ensures the wire is free from surface imperfections which, if gone undetected, could lead to spring failure.
NEW FOR 2008 - Hyperco Introduces Optimum Body Diameter (OBD) Race Springs!
- Accurate & Consistent Rates
- Consistent Free Lengths and Installed Heights
- Maximium Deflection
- Ultra Lightweight
- Lifetime Guarantee
Hyperco announces it's latest breakthrough in motor racing spring design...the Optimum Body Diameter (OBD) Spring Program. OBD racing springs feature a design concept that adjusts the body diameter of the spring relative to the end coils. The OBD design enables Hyperco to take full advantage of it's high tensile material by optimizing the applied stress through adjusting the spring's body diameter...the result..More deflection for the same Free Length and Spring Rate, Less Weight for the same Free Length and Spring Rate, Increased Rate Linearity for the same Free Length and Spring Rate and More Resistance to Bowing. OBD springs fit all standard hardware.
NOTE: Hyperco has planned a phased transition to this design, and over time, 100% of the line will be produced in the OBD configuration. Users will notice that OBD spring bodies are slightly larger than the end coils, and their packaging will include a blue dot next to the part number for ease of identification.
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