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2014 R/T Classic with Super Track Pack. It already set lower than R/T's without the STP option, but I wanted a little more squat. A few posts/threads said fellow R/T with STP owners said these springs dropped their cars 3/4" to 1". Got the springs from Steve White Motors and had the local dealership install them. A mechanic works on my car, and did most of the previous transmission problem work, so he schedules my car for his bay.

It's hard the get the sunlight in the right position to see the tops of the tires and the bottom of the top of the wheel wells with this Header Orange, it takes the focus away from the dark tire and wheel well and highlights the orange but here goes.

Before the spring change;



front tire;



rear tire;



Today after install. I expect it to settle down a little more after some miles.



front tire;



rear tire;

 

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Looking good! Man, you've been busy with modifications. How's the ride in comparison to the stock STP springs?

I think we purchased our R/T Classics within a few days of each other. I look forward to the SRT front spoiler pics (considering this mod in the near future).
 

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Looks great man. I have a base R/T without STP and I also did the Stage one springs and it made a huge difference! I would say for a STP car, those springs still lowered your car a good deal. It WILL settle....just give it some time. Very nice car bro!
 

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Thanks for the comments.

This morning as I went into the garage I noticed the roof was about an inch lower than before, so it's a noticeable drop with the Super Track Pack. I went for a 100 mile scoot around the desert today too and will tell you that the ride is more taunt, not stiffer because stiffer is too harsh a term for the firmer ride, now with the Stage I springs. I expect within a few weeks when it settles down, it will be a perfect stance. It should set where the top of the tire is just below the bottom of the wheel well arc at the 12:00 position.

This mod really rounds out my R/T Classic. The CAI, billet catch can, 345 Hemi fuel rail covers with orange trim, Flowmaster Force II cat back exhaust and the Stage I lowering springs by no means make it the best, fastest or finest, these mods simply make it MY R/T Classic. The soon to be installed SRT chin spoiler will finalize the mods and make it stand out, at least in my eyes. :bouncy: The question will be..........Is it a SRT8, or not?????? :beer_yum:







 
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Walking out of a Subway with lunch I looked over at the Challenger and saw how it was setting and took a pic. After a few days the new stage 1 springs have settled a little more.

Pure Orange Classic LOVE. :beer_yum:

 
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razor sharp car
 

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Looks great----perfect stance/drop.

I like your attitude about not necessarily having the quickest ride on the street but it's a ride that is YOURS because of your mods. Great job.
 

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getting rid of the dreaded wheel gap, good thing.
 
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