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Hey Guys,

Just wanted to show off my newly lowered MOPAR 10. I got it lowered by this new company in town, Superior Auto Design. Great company very knowledgeable about my ride. Lowered the MOPAR with Eibach Sportline Springs. It's lowered about 1.5" all the way around.

Looks Great drives great!

Definitely going to use Superior again for some engine mods. Definitely Recommend for those in the South Florida area who wants their Challenger's done!

Superior Automotive Design - Stop Dreaming. Start Building.



 

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looks great, please give driving impressions over time.
 

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Looks great, but I'm confused, I thought sportline springs lowered the car more than the Eibach prokit springs, yet it's only a 1.5 drop? I am going to lower my M10 as well and now not sure which set to go with. 1.5 inch drop is what I thought the prokit would give me. Any chance you discussed the difference in the two with your shop?

Thanks, Rick
 

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It should settle another 1/4" before it's all said and done. Can't go wrong with either spring. To the OP, your car looked amazing already, this just added another dimension to it. :thumbsup: Got the pic saved to my favorites!


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Jack is absolutely right. It should settle a little bit more. From what I was told the Prokit wasn't as big a drop as the sportline. I think manufacturer says .8" drop all the way around. Glad I went with the sportline. Car handles great and drives great and most importantly looks great. Definitely have to go a little slower over speed bumps though. Before I really didn't feel the speed bumps in my development when it was stock. But then again I felt like I was sitting in a lifted vehicle. Not quite sure when Mopar designed this limited run why they would choose the stance they did. Also not quite sure why they used a non-staggered set of rims and tires. IMO when looking from the rear the skinny tire look with the beefy rear end of the challenger kind of hurts to look at.

Anyways, one thing at a time and happy with the drop! I'll let u guys know if I see any pros or cons after the springs have settled and I get some more miles on it.
 

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The ride with the new springs are awesome. Definitely can feel the speed bumps but that is to be expected when your car is lowered that much. I really can notice the difference when turning on to the highway and cornering. The car handle so well I couldn't be happier. Really feels like the car sticks the ground. The power, sway bars, and lowering is a heck of a combo and a pleasure to drive!

Thanks www.SuperiorAutoDesign.com @superiorautodes!! Looking to do more work and get the RWHP up to make the drive even more pleasurable!
 
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