The Core of Performance

No matter how you will drive, the suspension system is the backbone of your car’s capabilities.

Your suspension system design and materials can make or break a car’s success in Motorsports.

– Filip Trojanek, Founder, Professional Engineer

Compare Suspension Systems by Application


Competition Proven, Unmatched Value

Unlike most retailers, CorteX Racing designs with professional engineering methods, using top quality materials, manufactures in-house, and then we prove our performance under extreme testing conditions.

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Types of Suspension Components

A Watts Link System allows the roll stiffness of the suspension to be changed. Our Xtreme-Grip™ system enables precise balancing of the front-to-rear grip so that the desired handling can be achieved. Read More

Internally, a strut is similar to a shock absorber. A piston is attached to the end of the piston rod and works against hydraulic fluid to control spring and suspension movement. Front struts from CorteX are optimized with the correct spring rates and valving suitable for either Street or Track use. Read More

Ideally used along with front struts, The Xtreme-Grip rear coil-overs have been designed for maintain bump travel even with the vehicle lower. Spring rates and valving has been carefully optimized in Street or Track kits. Read More

No longer just for racing, with a properly engineered complete coil-over system from CorteX you will have spring rates and valving suitable for street or track applications. Read More

The Xtreme-Grip torque arm is a rear suspension component that delivers unsurpassed corner exit and straight-line rear grip without sacrificing cornering agility. The CorteX design adds anti-squat while still having correct rear axle roll steer.  Read More

The correct spindles are essential to a dialed front suspension. Much more than just what the control arms bolt to, the spindle design and strength dramatically effects the geometry and handling. Read More

Lowered cars greatly benefit from correcting the rear Lower Control Arm (LCA) geometry to regain the anti-squat geometry essential for traction. Read More

Compared to a front strut suspension, the CorteX SLA has superior camber gain, roll center stability and in most cases additional tire clearance. Read More

Demand Form & Function

We design, build and race what we sell. If you demand more grip, cornering speed and responsiveness, choose CorteX for a DIY mod or a complete build of your dream Hot Rod, American Muscle, Pro Touring or Track car. 

Professionally engineered, quality US materials, built in-house, proven durability