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I've been looking at changing springs on my 2010 R/T Classic and everyone has been telling me I have the "Nivomat" shocks on the rear. I took a look at the rear shocks and they are Bilstein's. Does Bilstein make a "Nivomat" load leveling shock or do I have something different? :scratchhead: I believe my car has the track pack on it. Any help appreciated.
 

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2010 Super Track Pak came with Black Bilsteins, that I know.
 

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I have Bilsteins on my '10 PCP R/TC too. I have heard/read that not all cars got Nivomats. I am not sure what the criteria was to decide what cars got what shock.
 

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Thanks Sean,

I saw the Super Track Pak on the build sheet but was confused by all I've heard about the Nivomats. Sso I guess I can assume that I can use normal lowering springs without any issues? I just want to put SRT8 springs all around.

Appreciate the reply. -Norm
 

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Thanks Sean,

I saw the Super Track Pak on the build sheet but was confused by all I've heard about the Nivomats. Sso I guess I can assume that I can use normal lowering springs without any issues? I just want to put SRT8 springs all around.

Appreciate the reply. -Norm
NP...that is what this place is about!:guiness: There are quite a few threads on here about installing the SRT springs on an R/T...just search and you will have a lot of reading!!
 

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One more thing about the STP....the front Sway Bar is the same diameter as the SRT and the rear in 1mm larger. STP is the best option on an R/T...IMHO.
 
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