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Just wondering if the front is enough to give me a noticeable improvement by itself. Pics I've see of the rear make it look like it really interferes with the trunk space. This will be going in a 392, so suspension should be pretty good for starters.
 

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I used this arched brace, I ordered from speedlogix. I like my road trips so wanted as much trunk space as possible from a brace.


 

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I have front and rear Razors Edge braces (4 point arched in the rear) and I love 'em, it feels much more planted in the corners and turn-in response feels much better. If you do occasional spirited driving I'd recommend only the front brace but if you plan on hitting the track I'd get both.
 

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I have the same rear brace as Daddy Kool. I also have a full size spare strapped under the rear arched braced. I have the Drake front brace, Bwoody sway bar links, and the hotchkis front and rear sway bars. The car corners amazing. 275/40/20 nitto 05's on allfour corners. To answer your question, yes it is worth the money.
2010 chally SRT:)
 

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Thanks all. I probably fall into the spirited category so the front might tide over for now. I'm thinking of using my MOPAR bucks for it so I'll have to wait for the other brand if I decide to add the rear brace later. Thanks for the feedback guys.
 

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also got frt and rr strut bars and it does make a difference, probably be better in your 392 vs my 6.1 2010 because of the suspension upgrades and changes you already have for these new 392's. What makes the biggest difference in these cars are the front and rear sways bars, dont know about the 392's but on the 6.1's the chubby sways I got from stack made a bigger difference in my car then the frt and rr strut bars and endlinks and coilovers all together did.
 

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Supposedly the 392 sway bars are beefier then 2010 SRTs. It also sits lower I believe so they may have eliminated a lot of the body roll in the stock configuration already.
 

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Supposedly the 392 sway bars are beefier then 2010 SRTs. It also sits lower I believe so they may have eliminated a lot of the body roll in the stock configuration already.
I wouldnt doubt it, if they did and if they are then that is a big plus for you, because the sways made a huge difference. and I know it sits lower, which is also a good thing, but I am sure it can still be a tad lower, wont hurt. I have mine pretty low, like 2" under stock and I love it, I am sure it is a combo of all suspension components, but in the end sways were the biggest difference. You 392 guys might be set then, maybe just get the front and rear struts to finish it off. Only time will tell, might be too early too tell still, but you may not have to change any sways or even lower it.
 
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