Swift Springs Suspension Components – MAPerformance
When your Sunday drive involves turning left and right at high speeds, it’s not enough just to handle great on the straightaways. Having the right traction and feel on the course is critical for laying down a great time. Swift Springs was founded in 1997 as a subdivision of Tokyo Hatsujo Manufacturing Co, Ltd., giving them more than 90 years of spring industry experience and resources. Led by racers for racers, Swift has become the leading choice for competitors on the biggest stages, with Swift springs carrying teams to championships in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, D-1 World Grand Prix, 24 Hours of Nurburgring and many other events.
MAP has a wide selection of Swift coilover springs and Swift lowering springs that are light and durable with the best linear spring rate on the market. Many springs change little other than the softness or stiffness of how your vehicle drives, but Swift springs are engineered to completely change how your car behaves. Adding Swift springs will give you increased traction, reduced tire temperatures, smoother weight transfer and a better overall feel for your car. All of their springs emphasize performance first, including their lowering springs. By emphasizing handling and comfort before working on the lowering aspects, Swift Sport Springs maintain performance and responsiveness while still allowing you to be a low rider.
These industry-leading springs are used by everyone from FIA Formula 3 champions to local short track racers, and we know they will put a spring in your vehicle’s step. We have hundreds of Swift coilover springs, Swift SPEC-R springs, Swift Sport Springs and Swift helper springs in stock in various lengths and spring rates. Our mechanics have used these springs in their own cars as well, and they are available by phone or email with advice on choosing the right springs for your vehicle and application. We will even ship your new springs the day you order them so you can have the best-behaving car on the track at your next event.