Hyperco Expands Product Line To Meet New IMCA Rule Changes

Hyperco engineers and manufactures precision, high-performance suspension coil springs, kits, and related components in support of original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and the motorsports aftermarket.

Hyperco products have become a favorite among the racing, street performance, and automotive markets with products designed to improve the total performance, aesthetics, and durability of vehicles. 

In keeping up the motorsports market, Hyperco has announced an entirely new line of performance springs which have been designed for the 2019 IMCA Modified class rules.

This line of springs includes 9.9-inch free-length by 5-inch OD front springs, available in 350, 400, and 450 lb rates. These will be displayed at the upcoming PRI tradeshow in Indianapolis. OneDirt.com will have photos from the tradeshow when the spring lineup is debuted.

For more information on this new line of springs or the other fine products from Hyperco, visit them online at www.hypercoils.com.

View the official press release on the new spring product line here:

Official Press Release:

CHICAGO, March 14, 2019 (Newswire.com) – Hyperco, an MW Industries company, announces an all-new line of performance springs designed specifically to meet the 2019 IMCA Modified Series regulations. Our new Hypercoil 9.9” free length by 5” OD front springs, available in 350, 400, and 450 lb rates, were developed based on extensive research from leading IMCA modified competitors, chassis builders, and shock partners. These new products factor in the high-stress levels of varying track conditions seen on the IMCA circuit and are designed to withstand repeated abuse in the harshest of environments, while maintaining Hyperco’s legendary tolerance for installed height and load consistency.

In addition, Hyperco has added additional rates of 50 and 85 lbs to their 16” by 5″ OD conventional line of SNU series springs. With a limitation of a 16” free length on the rear of the IMCA Modified, the Hyperco line now offers more incremental rates ranging from 50-250 lbs to suit the needs of any competitive racer.

“Hyperco supports the new IMCA rules that specify maximum and minimum spring free length and outside diameter for both front and rear suspension,” states Kelly Falls, vice president of Hyperco. “By using the newly optimized Hypercoil 9.9” free length front spring line, racers will gain a performance advantage with additional usable deflection while remaining in compliance with the 2019 rules.”

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Bobby grew up in the heart of Illinois, becoming an avid dirt track race fan which has developed into a life long passion. Taking a break from the Midwest dirt tracks to fight evil doers in the world, he completed a full 21 year career in the Marine Corps.
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