With more than 20 years of success in competition, Nitron offers suspension kits adapted to the road and the track for a wide range of vehicles. Driven by innovation, quality workmanship and attention to detail, the company develops, designs and produces its coilovers entirely in its facilities in England. Each Nitron shock absorber is handcrafted and can be taken to pieces to allow for overhaul.
Nitron produces suspension kits and is well-known for its applications on Lotus cars (Elise, Exige, Evora, Elan, Esprit...). Depending on the product ranges, these coilovers are designed for a precise use, from daily driving to competition, and are the best way to take full advantage of the chassis capabilities of these exclusive English vehicles.
Street Series (NSS)
Nitron Street Series suspension kits are designed for drivers who mainly use their sports car on the road. These NSS gas-monotube coilovers significantly improve the car's handling without compromising comfort. Easy to use, they feature adjustable ride height and damping force to suit most conditions.
Fast Road (NTR40)
As the entry level of Nitron NTR suspension kits, the Fast Road NTR40 coilovers are particularly suitable for heavy use on the road, also allowing casual driving sessions on the racetrack. Showing outstanding all-round capabilities, these suspensions with ride height and damping force adjustments will transform your ride.
Club Sport (NTR40)
The Nitron Club Sport NTR40 suspension kits have been designed for the trackdays enthusiasts who still need to occasionally drive their car on the road. No need for a trailer to transport your track toy with these coilovers featuring stiffer springs and valving compared to the Fast Road kits. While they deliver their full potential on the track, these suspensions still maintain a significant degree of comfort on the road.
Track & Race (NTR46, R1, R3)
Developed for very high performance, the Nitron Track & Race suspension kits bring together different ranges of products with 2-way or 3-way independent damping adjustment: the R1s recommended for road and track use and the R3s and NTR46s specifically for track and competition use. The latter two models feature a external oil reservoirs for maximum efficiency even during intensive and extended use.
Since 1998, the British company Nitron has distinguished itself at the highest levels of car and motorcycle competitions thanks to its numerous race victories, class wins and lap records. NTR suspension systems are used in vehicles racing around the world in disciplines such as the World Drift Series, SuperBike, Endurance and VLN championships. Located in the county of Oxfordshire, known as the "Motorsport Valley", Nitron uses state-of-the-art facilities with 3D CAD software, 5-axis CNC machines and dynamometers, to create some of the most advanced suspension kits on the market.