I've heard that the STP and SRT sway bar/anti-roll bar are the same diameter, so yes, that helps... assuming that the '09 and '13 are the same. Anyone know for sure?I don't know if this will help you, but the anti-rolls bars on a 2009 Challenger SRT are 30mm in the front and 16mm in the rear.
A lot - I had the Hotchkis sway bars for the first four years (big improvement there) and waited and read up on springs/shocks to figure out what to go with next.Awesome. Thanks for the info.
How do you like the Sportline/Hotchkis combo?
Did you have any alignment issues with the Sportline shocks?A lot - I had the Hotchkis sway bars for the first four years (big improvement there) and waited and read up on springs/shocks to figure out what to go with next.
The stock shocks were too soft and the Nivomats make for a kind of stiff ride and the there was the tire/fender gap that was huge...the Nivomats certainly contributed to that in the rear.
The stance and height look so much better...the firmer Eibach shocks were a big improvement:
From Hotchkis site:Does anyone know which sway bar kit by hotchkis is correct for a 2013 challenger srt8? Some vendor websites say 22107 which is 38 mm from and 19mm back. Then other sites say 2013 switched to kit 22121 which is 38mm front and 22mm back. Having a hard time finding out which is corrects
If anyone knows it would be appreciat
Hi JR, the suspension was the first thing to go on mine and I'd not have it any other way. Do yourself a favor and dump the stock stuff and go with either Eibach or Hotchkis and be lot happier. Do everything; sways, struts, shocks, front and rear shock tower braces and buy some decent rubber for the wheels. If you haven't bought a tuner yet you're gonna need that too. It is just the way it is.hal h, I got into a big argument with Chrysler themselves with the wrong wheels and the rear bar on my stp being 16mm and they told me the 16mm was correct, think I just got screwed out of a set of wheels and rear bar.