Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser With Oldsmobile Engine 1971, Rear Lowering Coil Springs with 2" Rear Drop Height by UMI Performance®. Quantity: 2 per Pack. When UMI chose to manufacture this own line of springs UMI Performance® went all out. Designed in conjunction with a leading Sprint Cup chassis engineer, these springs are the best in the business. The linear rate provides consistent handling characteristics which are important for Auto-x and Pro-Tour applications while the increase in stiffness reduces body roll and prevents the "floating" feeling so common with the A-body. These springs are suitable for Auto-x and Pro-Tour applications as well as corner carving/cruising. They have a tough black powder coat finish and UMI proudly manufactures these premium quality springs in the USA. As an industry leader in the muscle car suspension industry, UMI is proud to bring you the best spring in the business.
|Spring Rate: 130 lbs/inch|
- Consistent rates and only the best materials (premium Chrome Silicon wire) ensure your cars sits properly for years to come
- No more floating feeling
- Suitable for Pro-Tour, Auto-x and general cruising
- Designed specifically for racing applications
- Will help improve steering response, traction, and stability
- Expect to get enhanced handling and overall driving comfort
UMI Performance® began in late 2002 under the leadership of Ryan Kirkwood and the guidance of his father Denny. Together this father and son team developed a large variety of products for many makes and models of GM vehicles as well as the Ford Mustang. Ryan saw a large demand for suspension and chassis products, and felt the market was lacking of options. On May 31st 2003, UMI began its official journey in the aftermarket suspension industry with their first test car, a 1994 Ford Mustang GT. This car was used as a test bed for the beginning stages of UMI's Fox and SN95 platform products. The products began to move very quickly, becoming almost impossible to keep in stock. The faster they manufactured them the quicker they sold. In late 2003, UMI purchased a 2000 Pontiac Firebird which was used as their F-Body platform design vehicle. Slowly, products began to arise on the market for the GM F-Body, and quickly UMI became a well-respected company, becoming one of the largest suspension manufactures in today’s market.