Hardrace Suspension Parts

Hardrace Suspension Parts

About Hardrace


Hardrace was founded in 1998, specialising in designing, manufacturing and marketing reinforced chassis parts for racing and street car. Enthusiasm for high speed and precise control led us to the area of reinforced chassis parts. Our passion is for innovation and quality, we provide the finest products to our customers by using the latest materials and technology from performance bushings to anti-dust pillow ball suspension arms. Professional drivers test all of our new products at the track under extreme conditions, we respond to their feedback and make necessary modifications until it is 100% safe and will provide outstanding performance to our customers.


Bump Steer Correction


By lowering a vehicle you lower its roll centre which effectively raises the centre of gravity. Contrary to popular opinion lowering a car actually increases body roll, not decreases. The correct way to improve a cars handling when you lower the vehicle is to reduce the relative difference of the location of the roll centre and centre of gravity.

Uprated Suspension Mounts



By changing the original soft bushes for uprated items you reduce this movement so reduce geometry change, improve the vehicles response to input, makes the car more predictable and easier to control and ultimately produce a car that is safer to drive faster. Hardrace use an uprated rubber compound rather than polyurethane to minimise noise and vibration transmission.

Uprated Alignment Arms



The first benefit in fitting the Hardrace alignment arms is that they come with either an uprated bush or a rose joint. These uprated components minimise the movement in the arm in comparison to the standard items. You can improve the cars steering response and reaction to input by minimising or eliminating the play that exists in the original soft bushes

Uprated Engine and Gearbox Mounts


The Hardrace engine and gearbox mounts are designed to reduce engine and gearbox movement to an absolute minimum whilst still isolating the cabin from excessive noise and vibration.