Steering & Suspension
Raise the bar on your ride comfort or drop down into a thoroughbred racing stance with our selection of suspension systems. From towering lift kits to anti-sway bars, our digital shelves are stacked to the ceiling with the high-quality suspension upgrades you need to survive rocky trails, capture checkered flags or just make it through the morning commute.
If you love tuning your car, then you need to get your ride a set of coilover suspension kits. Contrary to popular belief, coilovers are not only good for the track. They are good for both novice and expert drivers. Coilover suspension offers you a multi-dimensional approach in terms of vehicle tuning and performance, and they give the best bang for your buck. If you drive a fast car, then you better make sure that it handles like a winner by installing coilover suspension kits from Sam’s Motorsports.
Want to improve the look of your ride? Lowering springs are the way to go. The best part about lowering springs is that they are relatively easy to install, and they are cheaper compared to coilover suspension. Lowering springs will give your car a lowered ride height, reducing the ugly gap between the wheels and the fenders. It will also improve handling and stability, most noticeable during high-speed driving. Although lowering springs are not as tuner-friendly as coilovers, they provide multiple performance gains at a much lower cost.
The early vehicles were heavy, clumsy, and extremely hard to drive. Definitely, car manufacturers went all out to offer practical solutions and create new components, such as the power steering system that makes a vehicle more maneuverable. The very first passenger car power steering system was introduced on the 1951 Chrysler Imperial. It was hydraulic-assisted, and its operation was ensured by the power steering pump.
A MacPherson strut combines the coil spring and shock absorber in one unit. In this system all of the vertical suspension load is transmitted to the top of the strut tower. This loading can cause the strut towers and chassis to flex during hard cornering, which can result in poor steering response, cowl shake, and understeer in turns. A strut tower bar reduces strut tower flex by connecting the two strut towers together.