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Hey you guys I am in process of purchasing the Eibach Sportline spring kit to give my challenger a 2" drop. The problem is, I heard something about if your car has auto adjusting dampers that you will have to replace your dampers as well to install these springs.

Does anybody know if a 2009 Challenger R/T Automatic transmission has the auto adjusting dampers that I will need to replace? Or am I good to go to install these Eibach Sportline lowering springs?

Thank you so much!
 

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Hey you guys I am in process of purchasing the Eibach Sportline spring kit to give my challenger a 2" drop. The problem is, I heard something about if your car has auto adjusting dampers that you will have to replace your dampers as well to install these springs.

Does anybody know if a 2009 Challenger R/T Automatic transmission has the auto adjusting dampers that I will need to replace? Or am I good to go to install these Eibach Sportline lowering springs?

Thank you so much!
You don't have that issue with the 'auto R/T, only on the 'stick.

I do recommend changing the shocks...the stock Sachs units are valved more for a soft ride quality. The rebound and compression rates are soft on the OEM units.

I have the Eibach pro-dampers and they are have a firm, damped ride quality, not harsh. You could also go with Bilstein shocks as well.

The Eibach Sportline kits (springs and shocks) have better pricing than trying to buy these separately.
 
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