A Heritage of Winning
The racing suspension springs, now known as Hypercoils, were pioneered by Jim Fielder in the early 1960s. He was instrumental in developing the spring designs and their dominance in the motor racing industry. The spring designs and technology that originated from Fielder have evolved into what is today known as the Hyperco brand.
In 1996, Hyperco joined MW Industries, Inc. (now MW Components) to become one of the top spring and specialty fastener manufacturers in the nation. Today, Hyperco products are engineered and manufactured at our sister locations of Matthew Warren Spring in Logansport, IN and Pontotoc Spring in Pontotoc, MS.
Our high-performance suspension spring product line has grown and evolved over the years. Hyperco is still proudly known as the racing spring company. Now, we use that same winning technology from Motorsports, in our suspension springs for Street Performance, Road Cars, Off-Road, and Powersports markets.
Hyperco springs are proudly designed and manufactured in the U.S.A.
A Timeline of Our History
|1959||Jim Fielder starts working in the Mechanical Spring Division at Rockwell International in Logansport, Indiana, where motor racing suspension springs were developed and manufactured.|
|1962||Team Lotus, from the United Kingdom, comes to the Indianapolis 500 for the first time and meets Jim Fielder.|
|1965||Jim Clark, Team Lotus, wins the Indy 500 using the coil-over springs designed by Jim Fielder of Rockwell International.|
|1987||Hyperco, a suspension spring distribution business in Fort Wayne, Indiana, becomes a major distributor for Rockwell International’s racing springs.|
|1987||Hyperco names these “high performance coil springs,” Hypercoils®.|
|1990||Matthew Warren Incorporated (MW Industries, Inc.) purchases the Mechanical Spring Division from Rockwell International in Logansport, Indiana, where the manufacturing plant remained.|
|1996||MW Industries, Inc. consolidates the suspension spring manufacturing and distribution, by purchasing Hyperco.|
|2011||MW Industries, Inc. purchases Pontotoc Spring in Pontotoc, Mississippi.|
|2014||Hyperco transfers the majority of manufacturing and operations from Logansport, Indiana to Pontotoc, Mississippi.|
|2014||Hyperco celebrates the 50th, consecutive, Indianapolis 500 win on Hyperco’s Hypercoils® suspension springs.|
|2017||MW Industries, Inc. is purchased by American Securities.|
|2021||MW Industries, Inc. becomes MW Components.|