About us

Our Products

Suspension Secrets’ parts are designed and machined in house to the highest specification, and are manufactured from the finest materials. Our parts are innovative, strong, and offer class-leading performance.

The brief for our own parts is to achieve the highest possible performance gains by using cutting-edge equipment and technology, combined with comprehensive engineering solutions, and an intensive research and development regime.
Our commitment to high quality is why each one of our products is CNC-machined from aerospace-grade aluminium, with every dynamic component made of corrosion resistant stainless steel. 
We then use advanced data logging and analysis equipment to begin our thorough R&D programme which includes comprehensive data logging and analysis. Only when we are entirely happy with the theoretical testing do we fit our parts for them to undergo real world testing on both the road and track.
This dedication ensures that our products work perfectly by the time they hit the market, and that they can be used with complete confidence.
Only after signing off this brief do we release our products to the market. This ensures that you, our customers, receive the best possible product.


The development of our components always begins with a simple goal: solving a problem.
When setting up cars, we quickly find the limits of what is and what isn’t possible with their suspension systems. At this stage, we ask ourselves - what could be done to improve this?

We use high-tech 3D scanning to help analyse any limiting components in their entirety. From here we can clearly identify where a replacement part could be made better. From here we produce a CAD upgraded part which we fine-tune for each individual application. 

We then 3D print a redesigned part to ensure the design is ideal for its application. The original CAD file is then turned into a manufacturable file, and sent to our UK machining partners. They develop a test-fit prototype, which we then test fit. The prototype then allows us to begin our intensive data logging regime to ensure the part works as intended, and that it is a significant improvement over the standard items.

With the initial problem solved, we then strive to make our products reliable and easy to adjust. We see no reason for our components to require specialist knowledge to use or install, so we design each one with easily accessible adjusters that can be altered using common tools.

We strive to engineer solutions to solve issues that we, or our customers, have encountered, and to solve these issues comprehensively. We also never stop working on improving our products or customer’s cars.

An example of this is in the development of our Porsche Circuit Handling Pack. We identified some areas of improvement in the Porsche 911 GT3 RS’ chassis - a chassis that is considered to be one of the finest in the world. We did this by stripping and 3D scanning the entirety of the car’s suspension; from here we found some aspects of the geometry that, if improved, would yield huge improvement on track.

We then CAD designed components that would help us improve the geometry, and then from this we 3D printed prototype parts that were then test fit to a 911 GT3 RS. After test-fitting, proper prototypes were machined and fit to the car and tested over 6 months at various UK circuits. 

We data logged the entire testing phase in order to make sure our products performed up to their intended standard, and to make sure their durability and consistency were good enough.

Upon completion of our testing regimen, we signed off the modifications which have since been enjoyed by many of our customers. The hard work paid off, as a Porsche 911 GT3 RS with our Circuit Handling Pack fitted recently claimed the Donington GP road car lap record.