981 components

Porsche 981


Upgrading your Porsche suspension is a great way to extract the maximum performance potential from your car. If you use your Porsche for mainly fast road, track or race use then your suspension can definitely be optimised. Upgrading to a high quality coilover will provide your Porsche with the optimum ride height setting, multiple damping settings to help fine tune the behaviour of the car to suit your driving style perfectly and a spring rate that matches your use of the car and driving style. 

Handling Packs

Our handling packs have been designed in house to get the absolute best out of your Porsche. The standard components have their limitations when used out on track, our bolt on replacement parts have been designed and developed to remove the limitations and unlock the true potential of these incredible machines. They allow you to push harder as they generate more grip and and a much more stable chassis when being subjected to the forces associated with hard driving. 

Surface Transforms Brakes

Surface Transforms carbon brakes are made using a revolutionary interweaving carbon construction. As opposed to Porsche, which produces its carbon brakes by bonding discontinuous pieces of chopped carbon fibre, Surface Transforms’ discs are instead made by interweaving continuous carbon fibre to form a three-dimensional matrix. This matrix is not only stronger and more effective, but it also possesses far superior thermal mass and conductivity compared to Porsche’s PCCB discs. ST’s discs are lighter and cheaper, and can be reconditioned after heavy use, which drastically improves their lifespan.

Adjustable Suspension Arms

When setting the optimum geometry settings on the Porsche issues can be introduced where the limitations of the standard adjustment methods prevent setting the car up with the best setting possible. With the installation of some adjustable arms, the adjustment range is increased dramatically, allowing the best possible setup to be used on the car. Also, once lowered, Porsches struggle to regain ideal geometry without the extra adjustment offered by the adjustable suspension components.