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Old 01-15-2013, 10:31 PM
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I love this thread. Keep those pics coming.
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On bc coilovers and love them. Heres a good front pic and I can still go lower...


heres a side view. The crappy iphone pic makes the wheelwell gap in the rear look odd
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09Challengersrt...Orange you glad with the results : )...looks great.
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LOL yes I am very glad. Totally changed the look of it. But as to what I heard about 22's riding like crap I think they ride great.




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09Challengersrt...Orange you glad with the results : )...looks great.
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On bc coilovers and love them. Heres a good front pic and I can still go lower...


heres a side view. The crappy iphone pic makes the wheelwell gap in the rear look odd

EFFIN' HOT!!!!!
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On bc coilovers and love them. Heres a good front pic and I can still go lower...


heres a side view. The crappy iphone pic makes the wheelwell gap in the rear look odd
You have sold me! My next MOD will be coilovers. Sweet set up!


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I don't mind but I believe I have my pettys at their lowest. But, with the headers, I wouldn't dare go lower. With the right wheels it will be sittin pretty, I just need the 8 gs.
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if everything goes well, my Sportlines and Camber Kit will be at my house when i get home.

...and if so, i will be dropping my car off at the dealership on Friday to get it dropped by a buddy.

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ok, so i finally got the springs put on yesterday.


here are my comments/recommendation/advice


(1) the car just looks stunning now - i "think" it dropped the front a whole 2", but the rear only came down about 1.'5ish - still settling though
(2) the Camber Kit from SpeedLogix was the best thing i could have done for this car. it's -.3 on both sides on the rears
(3) the car is noticeably more agressive in the turns and promotes confidence when you realize that body roll is almost non existent
(4) the car doesn't bounce, but you can clearly feel that you have springs - less rebound, but far from "jarring".
(5) the car is stiffer than the stock 6.1SRT suspension, but with less rebound, which i like because it makes it feel as if the car stays planted
(6) thanks to SpeedLogix for the Eibach Sportlines and Camber Kit
(7) thanks to my buddy Roger at the dealership for installing springs, installing camber kit, balancing all 4 tires and doing the alignement
(8) thanks to me for waking up at 4:30 this morning BEFORE going to Coffee and Cars to take a few pictures for our beloved forum members that are curious about this mod














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