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Some cars get STP just by the package....shaker, blacktop edition etc....they call it "SUPER TRACK PACK CONTENT" so its not listed separately.

Performance Features:
  • Functional SHAKER air intake
  • Super Track Pak content, including performance-tuned steering, a stiffer suspension, bigger brakes, Goodyear Eagle® Supercar tires and three-mode Electronic Stability Control+ (ESC) that can be completely deactivated for the ultimate track experience
BLACTOP EDITION
With blacked-out features, sinister stripes and Super Track Pak content, the Dodge Challenger R/T Blacktop® is an unapologetic punch to the gut of everything mundane on the streets.

Therefore...if not listed on window sticker there's no need to panic.
 

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I looked under the car and it has yellow shocks. My dealers service mgr. Made sure my 4 wheel alignment was correct when I bought it. He told me the correct alignment specs are not the R/T specs but the SRT specs for the shaker cars.
In case anyone reads this thread in the future, the SRT specs apply to all STP RTs, not just shakers.
 

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anybody have their computer printout of the "SRT/STP" specs when the alignment was done?
I've got mine, (shows all the settings F&R) wondering how close they are..
mine pushed to the right is the reason I had the alignment checked to begin with.
 

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If you run your build sheet and see Sport Suspension, then you have STP.


Enter your VIN under Equipment Listing here.


Here's a side by side pic of an STP Ivory Anniversary next to a non-STP with 18's and you can see how much lower STP is.
 

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You are absolutely right on that one. The ride on the 'Shaker' is different than on the non 'Shaker RT's.....The stance is lower by about an inch. I compared it to my other 2010 RT and my brother in laws TA appearance group 2010 RT. He has the 20 inch wheels as well. I would think that the suspension geometry is different on the 'Shaker cars. The shifting points on my ' Shaker is different as well. First gear hangs in longer and there is a lot more exhaust noise. Sounds great.. Don't have a lot of time to drive this gem. I wonder what the difference in weight is compared to the standard RT?......Such a cool car....

Nope. The term is STP, not "shaker." When it comes to handling. That overpriced decorative scoop did not make your car handle well. Your car handles a little better because of a TRAC PAC ...which many other RTs have. RT Classics have it. Blacktops have it. RT Red Lines have them. And countless other RT owners bought that option.


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