Swift Springs made a name for itself on the tracks of Asia, Europe, and the U.S. by defying all accepted concepts about coil spring design and manufacturing.
Swift saw that most other brands were using the same old regular silicone chrome material, which was not strong enough. It used a heat tempering method that damages the strength of the material, requiring more coils and, in turn, more weight. The material was also suffering from a short life span. With springs like this leading the industry, Swift saw room for improvement.
Swift’s R&D team created a material called H5S.TW which is stronger than regular silicone chrome. Because of this material, we can make the spring wire thinner, and now we wind our springs with fewer coils, which greatly decreases weight while dramatically increasing available stroke.