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Looks great!
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As my previous photos have been lost to photothingie here are a couple of similar angle shots that I hope will help anyone considering Eibach Pro's...

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Just recently purchased my Scat Pack and chose the same color. Looks nice!
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My latest height setup.

Ignore the yellow gaurds i have already successfully ripped off the passenger side of the splitter lol

Lowered idk how far on KW’s V2 and Bravado 18x9 and 18x10.

I do not recommend lowering these cars on 18’s it absolutely scrapes everything, but damn does it look good.

Camber bushing are helping me in the rear
Spc a-arms up front
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Mopar Lowering Springs
Taken on flat level ground pre & post measurements:

Pre Mopar Springs
Driver's Front 29 3/8" from ground to fender
Driver's Rear 30 1/8"
Passenger Front 29 3/8"
Passenger Rear 30 1/8"

Post Mopar Springs
Driver's Front 28 3/4" from ground to fender
Driver's Rear 29 1/2"
Passenger Front 28 3/4"
Passenger Rear 29 1/2"

No change in ride quality, same as stock!


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2016 Scatpack here lowered on H&R Springs and Koni Shocks and Struts! Sitting on Daytona Reps (20x9.5F 20x10.5R) with 275s up front and 315s out back! I couldn't be ANY more happier. Car is nice and tight 24/7! No ugly wheel gap, but still has a minor rake at the same time. Even when I have it in Track Mode (Unlocked with the Tazer), it just glides over the bumps. No rubbing or anything. Everyone loves the stance of it.


Definitely has that aggressive look about it! Very nice!
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My latest height setup.

Ignore the yellow gaurds i have already successfully ripped off the passenger side of the splitter lol

Lowered idk how far on KW’s V2 and Bravado 18x9 and 18x10.

I do not recommend lowering these cars on 18’s it absolutely scrapes everything, but damn does it look good.

Camber bushing are helping me in the rear
Spc a-arms up front
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Very Sweet Ride!
Are those VIP Modular Rims?
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AccuAir E-Level kit installed

The car looks awesome! I'm in the market right now for an Accuair System for my 2015 Scat Pack. I've been search for kit to mod the air vent for the touchpad controller. I saw it on another 15' out in Sacramento that looked very sharp. How does it ride on the Accuair system? Did you keep the existing shocks and struts? Thanks for sharing!
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I do!

I went with Air Performance on my 11' Camaro that I sold last year and was pleased with it. Now I'm looking into purchasing the Accuair and have seen a lot of positive reactions from owners with Challengers. Love the stance on your ride. Thanks for sharing!
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