Yeah, I should have said Struts and Shocks, but I was being lazy, and I figured the educated crew around these parts would know what I was talking about anyway.Well just between you, me, and the lamp post, a 2010 shock absorber will bolt up to a 2014 car...but that's the shocks. I'm guessing you probably want the struts as well (shocks for the front). And unfortunately that design did change slightly after 2010 from what I understand. So while you could theoretically get some new rear shocks, you wouldn't be able to upgrade/replace the front struts when doing so.
Nevertheless, when it comes to upgrading the suspension on these cars, I would recommend Bilstein as the shock/strut to go with. I put a set of those on my last Challenger (a 2011 SE), and man those puppies were the bee's knees!! I guess that's why they put them on the SRTs from the factory, they are certainly an upgrade from what comes on the other trim levels IMHO.
Well I had the crappy "Touring" suspension on that Challenger when I replaced the shocks/struts and springs with the Bilsteins and springs from an SRT, so there was really nowhere to go but up in terms of ride quality. Even still, the Bilsteins were much more predictable and less prone to tossing me around when I was really driving like an idiot. Firmer for sure, but not uncomfortably so...really for the better in all respects.Yeah, I should have said Struts and Shocks, but I was being lazy, and I figured the educated crew around these parts would know what I was talking about anyway.
What kind of changes did you notice on the Billsteins? My challenge (Ahem) is that my Challenger is by daily driver, which I drive a lot for business, so I don't want to get beat up too badly.