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Just got a 392 ... trading in a Classic R/T.

Bottom line.. the Challenger (IMO) sits too high.
Lowered the Classic using Eibach... worked/looked great.

NOW with the 392... is the trade-off to lower actually going to be
a good or a bad thing? Any SRT techs on here with real info
on what improvements have been made, etc. on the 2011 392?
Thanks in advance.

I'd really like to lower the stance, but not if it's going to hurt
performance/handling.
 

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There is nothing at this time to lower the SRT. The suspension is different for 2011. I would go with coil overs when they come out to keep the ride good n great performance. I am waiting for KW to release them as I want it lower as well
 

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Eibach has their track coil overs in stainless steel available now for the 392 if I'm not mistaken.
 

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Eibach has their track coil overs in stainless steel available now for the 392 if I'm not mistaken.
You are not mistaken.......:thumbsup:
 

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Just got a 392 ... trading in a Classic R/T.

Bottom line.. the Challenger (IMO) sits too high.
Lowered the Classic using Eibach... worked/looked great.

NOW with the 392... is the trade-off to lower actually going to be
a good or a bad thing? Any SRT techs on here with real info
on what improvements have been made, etc. on the 2011 392?
Thanks in advance.

I'd really like to lower the stance, but not if it's going to hurt
performance/handling.
Now Gene, I can't have you running around NE Wisconsin with e GWE SRT riding lower than mine!

BTW - this thing already sits pretty low if you ask me. I worry already about scuffing up that front lip!

;)

JFF:D
 

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Eibach has this system, which will be available to ship soon.
Coil-over Kits
KW is also working on a system as well.
 
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