Dominate the Track

For over 60 years, Eibach have dedicated themselves to building the finest suspension components in the world. These results are showcased everyday in the demanding world of racing, from the legendary Formula 1 Circuits and grueling off-road races around the world, to the high banked ovals of NASCAR and dirt tracks of America. From Europe's Monza, Silverstone, Nurburgring and LeMans, to Australia V8 Supercar Tracks and circuits of Asia's CTCC.

As the states in racing grow ever higher, competition gets even tougher, precision, reliability and repeatability assume greater importance, as preperation for winning race efforts become more crucial than ever. Eibach suspension components, which ultimatley determine handling, balance and overall performance, must be nothing less than perfect. They must be - Engineered to Win

Eibach Springs | Quality Unsurpassed

Performance perfected

  • Ultra-lightweight for reduced unsprung mass
  • Maximum travel in combination with smallest block heights
  • Exceptional block resistance and durability
  • Precision Tolerances - The tightest in the industry
  • Precision planparallel and square end configurations under unloaded and loaded conditions to +/- 1 degree
  • Lowest side loads with load centre ideally located relative to spring axis
  • Highest linearity and guaranteed rate
  • Each spring individually tested and rated

Shop the ERS range

Eibach produces the finest racecar springs in the world. Period/ When other springs sag, or need frequent replacement, top race teams, from F1 to WRC, from Le Mans to NASCAR, inevitably turn to Eibach. and, also inevitably, wonder why they didnt' choose Eibach in the first place.

To produce springs with unparalleled precision and repeatability, Eibach uses the world's finest Hi-ten spring steel, produced to exceedingly precise tolerances-according to Eibach specs.

Eibach uses world-renowned German CNC coilers, as well as many machines engineered and built specifically by Eibach. In short, we use state of the art technology, in every step of the manufacturing process.

But it's not just about machines and technology; it's about people. Most notably, the Eibach sprinmeisters, working at production plants in Germany and the USA: Talented, expert craftsmen, each committed to creating the finest race springs in the world.

Eibach Race Spring Systems

Eibach Double-Spring System

Suspension tuning is a precise balance. On one hand, the spring system should be soft enough to absorb track irregularities assuring maximum adhesion, while on the other hand the spring system must be firm enough to reduce the body roll, squat, and dive of the vehicle during corning, acceleration and braking. For optimum balance, Eibach has developed the ERS double-spring system. By combining Eibach Main, Tender and/or helper springs, the suspension engineer or weekend racer can can create the perfect combination of spring rates for the ultimate suspension set up. With our extensive range of motorsport spring sizes and rates Eibachs ERS double-spring system is unsurpassed in performance and flexibility. For off-road racing where extreme wheel travel is a must-combining to different rate main springs gives you the softer rate required for small bumps and a stiffer final rate to prevent bottoming on the bigger bumps and jumps. for more information on the double spring system go to or email us at

Shop the ERS range

Eibach Main And Tender System

The Eibach Main and Tender spring concept provides a softer intial rate when both springs are compressed together, then delivers the desired firmer final rate once the tender spring closes completely. The Main spring has a linear-rate charactertic and detemines the final rate of the system. The Tender springs are available in linear or progressive-rate (shown) and determine the initial rate of the spring-system.

Eibach Main and Helper System

A helper spring is used to prevent the main spring from becoming loose in the spring seat when the helper suspension is unloaded or at full droop. the helper spring, unlike the tender spring, has very little spring rate, and therefore has no effect on the suspension characteristics of the vehicle. Up to 2" (50mm) of spring-to-perch gap can be covered with the use of a helper spring.