After some of the heaviest contact and hardest crashes of the year, the Smith Ti Torsion arms have not failed.
Titanium torsion arms offer a number of advantages over aluminum – they’re lighter and they’re stronger. But, the biggest advantage is the titanium arms stay intact at the splines after a crash protecting the driver’s back and keeping the rear end in place. These two details make the titanium arms safer than aluminum.
Other benefits of the titanium arms is that they are designed with the same spring rate as aluminum and teams can use the same torsion bars and set up blocks. Also, with the location of the shock, you don’t need a spacer because the the profile is so small the shock body can sit over top of the arm (even for large body shocks),eliminating excessive arm twist from the shock. The heat from the exhaust doesn’t affect titanium either. Because the arm is made from a solid chunk of material it isn’t compromised by bending – and the memory of these arms is insane! They can bow and bend and still come back to home.
The pictures show their strength. The machine work is beautiful.
What a weekend for Smith Ti customers! Brad Sweet swept the World of Outlaws weekend, winning all three events on the schedule using his Smith Ti Bolts and Smith Ti Brakes! Rick Eckert dominated in his Late Model at Port Royal Speedway using his Smith Ti Late Model Brake System. And many others scored victories across the country with Smith Ti Bolts and Brakes – Chad Trout, Justin Youngquist, Brent Marks, Sam Hafertepe, Frank Flud, Jake Nail, and Chris Windom. We’re sure we’re missing some of you – let us know who you are! We’re proud of all the guys and girls using Smith Titanium products!
Incredible. That’s one word to describe Kyle Larson and Paul Silva. Their first night out in 2021 and Larson drove away from the field at Williams Grove Speedway with Allstar Circuit of Champions.
Did you know that Larson uses ALL Smith Ti components? That winning car is equipped with Smith Ti Bolts, Smith Ti Brakes, Smith Ti Front and Rear Torsion Arms, Smith Ti Torsion Stops and the Smith Ti Acculength W-link. We’re proud to be a small part of their race team.
Tanner Thorson brought home the win for the official night #1 of the T-Town Midget Showdown at Port City Raceway. Thorson not only utilizes the Smith Ti Midget Brake System, but also Smith Ti bolts and torsion stops. He’s proof that the Midget Brake System is top notch and gives an advantage on a track where you need to hit the bottom just right!
Not only did the Big Cat Sweep the weekend using his Smith Ti Brake System, but the top 6 finishers in Saturday night’s event at I-55 Raceway are using it too! On a demanding track, brakes are important and Saturday’s finish proved it.
Jimmy Siegel started 5th in Saturday’s line up at Lincoln Speedway and was stuck like glue right through the middle to take home the win – riding all the way on the new Smith Ti Titanium Arms. Siegel’s hot rod is all Smith Ti’ed up! He drove to victory not only with the arms but also with Smith Ti Brakes, Smith Ti Bolts, and the Smith Ti Acculength W-link. We’re proud to be a small part of this team!
A late race pass at Magnolia Speedway earned Sheldon Haudenschild the World of Outlaws victory in his owner’s home state of Mississippi. Logan Schuchart led 24 laps before Haudenschild ran him down in lapped traffic. Brad Sweet rounded out the top three, making it an all Smith Ti podium! Actually – the top 8 finishers in last night’s World of Outlaws event all use Smith Ti Brakes. We’re proud to see the guys who use our products tearing up the tracks!
Congrats to Aaron Reutzel, Dennis Roth and the entire Roth Motorsports team for bringing home the win at East Bay Raceway Park this past weekend! On a brake demanding track, Reutzel displayed the huge advantages of the Smith Titanium Complete Brake System and how it rotates the car above the cushion giving the driver more confidence to run hard. Carson Macedo (also Friday night’s World of Outlaws winner at Volusia Speedway Park) and Brad Sweet rounded out the top 3. All three drivers are #guysusingSmithTi!
Logan Schuchart charged from his 13th place starting position to win the Allstar Circuit of Champions opening night race at Volusia Speedway Park! Schuchart quietly made his way through field reaching the leaders with 5 laps to go. He put the finishing touches on a great race taking the lead and running away on lap 22. Schuchart was followed by Donny Schatz, Brad Sweet and David Gravel – all 4 drivers use Smith Titanium Brake Systems!
Donny Schatz and Aaron Reutzel finished first and second at the Allstar Circuit of Champions season opener at Screven Motorsports Complex in Savannah, GA. Both drivers use Smith Ti bolts and Smith Ti brakes. We’re proud to see our products are starting off the year on top!