Mike Maier Inc.Follow
2276 Research Dr.
Livermore, California 94550
Mike Maier Inc. has been in the making for twenty years. Mike Maier has been involved with suspension tuning since before he could drive.
Over the years he has realized the challenges consumers have when faced with which performance products should be used, the priority in which these performance parts should be implemented and why.
The crew at Mike Maier Inc. has made it their mission to help you to find the right parts for your performance suspension needs. We have produced and will continue to produce performance suspension lines that greatly enhance and improve the handling of your American muscle car. Call us up and we would love to get your car hooked up.
2014 was an exciting year for us. It started with a great win at the first Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational (OUSCI) Race in Laguna Seca. Not only did Mike win his class but he posted the fastest MPH of the weekend at 127.
In the months that followed, Mike and Brianne decided leave the Maier family business after 20 years and create their own company closer to home. During this transitional period, Mike made his way back to Lincoln, Nebraska to defend his SCCA National Solo title and came back with his seventh championship.
Immediately after that, Mike and Brianne created Mike Maier Inc. and received the keys to the new shop on September 15. We immediately got to work making it ours, from painting the walls and floors, to installing shelving, reworking electrical components and purchasing equipment so we could get to work.
Less than two months later, Mike traveled to the Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational to compete against top-notch cars and drivers. With the level of competition present, we were thrilled to achieve our goal of finishing as the top sedan, just below newer, factory-built Camaros, Corvettes and Porches.
Mike went on the next weekend to finish fifth in the GoodGuys Autocross Shootout, then, wrapped it all up with a Ford Racing video shoot at the Arizona Proving Grounds where the coupe withstood grueling punishment from Mike and Vaughn Gittin, Jr.