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ERS Double Spring System
A properly tuned spring system provides the muscle needed to transform the power derived from the engine of a racing car to the track through optimum adhesion. Suspension tuning is a precise balance. On one hand, the spring system should be soft enough to compensate for road irregularities assuring permanent road contact, while on the on the other hand the spring system must be firm enough to reduce the body roll, squat, and dive of the vehicle during cornering, acceleration and braking.
For optimum balance, Eibach has developed our world famous ERS double spring system. By combining more than 700 different single spring components, the suspension engineer or weekend enthusiast can create nearly unlimited combinations. Our ERS double-spring system is unsurpassed in performance and flexibility.
The Eibach Pro-Kit is the perfect answer for most frequently-driven street cars. It´s our legendary spring system that dramatically improves both a vehicle´s performance and appearance.
Pro-Kit lowers your car´s center of gravity, reducing squat during acceleration, body roll in corners and excessive nose-dive under braking. When combined with Plus-1 or Plus-2 wheels and tires, the Eibach Pro-Kit is the finishing touch to a winning recipe for performance. Pro-Kit also reduces excessive fender-well clearance, making your car look just as hot as it performs.
Every Eibach Pro-Kit is designed and tested by our suspension engineers and performance driving professionals, to deliver aggressive good looks and high performance handling, without ever compromising safety or ride quality. By using our proprietary, progressive spring design, Pro-Kit provides the ultimate balance to take your passion for driving to a whole new level
EVS Pro Springs
EVS Pro Springs have been and are being developed exclusively for high- performance motor sport applications. Correspondingly, different materials, alloys and hardnesses are used and the parameters of the individual production processes are adjusted for the specific qualities of the materials.
The valve springs perform the following functions:
• Lifting the weight of the valve
• Overcoming friction on the valve shaft when the valve closes
• Creating enough friction, or drag, to keep the valve train and valve following the camshaft profile accurately, by always providing (slightly) greater force than the inertial force of the accelerated mass of the valve. At the same time, the valve-spring forces must not be so large as to create excessive friction on the cam and potential loss of performance.