When it comes to coilovers, there’s no shortage of options. Everything from entry level coilovers starting at around $350 to top of the line coilovers going up to $5000 or more. So it’s no doubt that as customers research what setup they want for their car, the question of where the coilovers are made comes up a lot. Due to this, we have decided to compile a list of coilover brands and where they are made. Please contact us if you have anything to add to this list.
|BC Racing||BR Type Coilovers||Taiwan|
|Fortune Auto||500 Series Coilovers||USA|
|Function & Form||Taiwan|
|Fortune Auto||510 Series Coilovers||USA|
|Godspeed Project||MonoSS Coilovers||China|
|Godspeed Project||MonoRS Coilovers||China|
|Godspeed Project||MonoMAXX Coilovers||Taiwan|
|KSport||Kontrol Pro Coilovers||Taiwan|
|Megan Racing||EZ Coilovers||Taiwan|
|Megan Racing||EZ II Coilovers||Taiwan|
|Megan Racing||Street Coilovers||Taiwan|
|Rev9||Street Basic Coilovers||China|
|TEIN||Basis Z Coilovers||China|
|TEIN||Street Advance Z Coilovers||China|
|TEIN||Flex Z Coilovers||Japan|
|TruHart USA||Basic Coilovers||China|
|TruHart USA||StreetPlus Coilovers||China|
However, it’s not all cut and dry with every brand. Below are some outliers to each one that we will ensure we keep updated.
BC Racing is technically made in Taiwan, but all R&D and final testing on any product is done in the US by BC Racing in Florida. The coilovers BC Racing makes overseas is different than the coilovers for the US market. The US market uses larger diameter shock bodies, spring rates are different and so are damper specs. So while they are made in the US, they’re really designed and engineered in Orlando, Florida.
Fortune Auto is assembled in the USA with parts from around the world. Technically, built in the USA.
Stance Coilovers have all of the parts made in Korea such as brackets. Seals and thrust bearings are from Japan. Any custom sets are done in house, in the US on their own shock dyno and they revalve the shocks if there are custom spring rate requests from the customer.
TEIN Coilovers have recently gone through some changes. All of their coilovers used to be built in Japan, but now only the Flex Z is. The Basis Z and Street Advance Z are now made in China. This helps them reduce cost, but still maintain the quality that TEIN is known for. By having them made in China and having a sealed rather than rebuildable damper, TEIN is able to significantly reduce cost to be able to pass the savings non to the customer.
We provide you this list to help you learn more about coilovers, both that we sell on Redline360 and ones we do not. We will keep this list updated and add more brands as we find out more information about them. If you are a manufacturer and want to add something to this list, please contact us using our contact us form and we will be glad to ensure this is the most accurate list possible.
If you have any questions about where coilovers are made or about a specific brand’s quality, please ask below.