Can you run 15" wheels now?Just finished installing the rear wilwood aero 4 bbk for my 19' RT. They're a good improvement over the stock caliper and rotor, especially from a visual perspective. I would like to do a writeup on my install process, as I know many people are looking to upgrade their RT's and SXT's, but will need some time to properly explain the install as well as cover all the mistakes I made along the way. Here are some pics in the meantime:
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In total it was around $3200 for all four corners, but I was able to buy the front and rear kits separately for $1600 which helped me slowly upgrade rather the drop all that money at once. I also saw a kit with two piece rotors for $3500, but you had to buy all four at once. Kit was bought at TCE PerformanceYes, working now If you don't mind me asking, what did the whole shebang cost you?
With the kit I have, the lowest I can go is 18'". However I know TCE sells a drag specific kit that allow you to run a 15". Here is a video of a guy installing that kit on his hellcat:Can you run 15" wheels now?
If only there were a way for you to share with us what they look like...a drawing maybe?Put the new wheels and tires on, supposed to be close to 70 today.. waiting for the temps to go up before I head out. 305 rear 275 fronts.. Hoping I can use first gear beyond 1/4 pedal without tire spin and I can accelerate with a downshift without having to feather the pedal to get it to hook.
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Where in NY was this?I met up with a few friends including a fellow Challenger Owner and enjoyed a nice cruise afterwards
(still waiting for the proper Licence Plate Hole "plugs" for my front, the temp plugs i made stick out to far and I don't plan on running a front plate even know its law so its a work in progress)
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