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I don't have experience with the KW adjustable springs(but assume good things from my experience with KW V2 coilovers) but I currently have BC Coilovers on my Scat Pack.
I've had zero issues with my BCs and love them, almost as much as I did my V2s on first challenger. Almost just because I liked the spring rates on the KWs more, but could change when I get Swift springs for my BCs. I haven't had any clunkiness (same with my V2s for 2yrs) and with the adjustable dampening ride has been firm for track and comfortable for daily driving. I'm riding quiet a bit lower than what you plan on doing. With the BCs, front preload is preset, and shouldn't be adjusted. The rears, due to the unmarried setup, may need adjusting depending on how low you want to go.
I had considered the KW adjustable springs but read a couple forum posts here and on other pages about the ride being somewhat bouncy if you went too low. But if you stay within the 1in-1.2in drop recommendation, I read they were great with the SRT adaptive suspension
2017 Destroyer Grey 392 Scat Pack Shaker 6spd
StainlessWorks Catless mids, 180 T-stat, BC Coilovers, CMR tune by Johan
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Ported 392 SRV Manifold, JBA Longtube Headers, Custom Heartthrob exhaust, Speedlogix Carbon Fiber CAI, 180 T-stat, KW Stage 2 Coilovers, CMR Tune by Johan