I haven't seen this topic mentioned much. Is it even possible to lower and keep the 2 mode shocks?
Just Springs alone. I've been fortunate to drive JonW's SRT with the Eibach Springs and it was perfect. it didn't change the characteristics of the shocks other than the lower center of gravity, switching between the modes still exhibited the same feel as it did before lowering.
'11 Charger RT Plus- Bright White
22" staggered USW's with Toyo Proxes 4,LMI Hammer intake, 85mm BBK, Mopar Strut braces F&R, Corsa Sport exhaust. Trufiber CF hood, BT underhood treatment, Custom engine bay covers/paint. Full SRT fascia swap and SRT rockers, strobes (headlights and reverse lights). Full audio done by Newport Auto Sound with Audison, Hertz and Rockford Fostage. Accuair eLevel system with UAS bags, Viair compressors. KW struts. And yet still....more to come very soon.....
RETIRED -'05 Black Magnum RT
Changing the shocks will require a computer workaround. It will throw codes i'm sure, not sure if it will cause "limp mode". I know it does on other cars such as BMW.
Unless someone has delt with this and knows different...
The Eibach Pro Kit will lower the SRT's .8" all around. It gives it a nice stance and I'm not scraping on everything (still have to be cautious of big dips and such though).
The adaptive dampening works just fine. Eibach was well aware of the ADS and wanted a complimentary spring that would not upset the system. It works perfect.
The springs should be out soon.
Here's a pic from Spring Fest 7.
I have a 2013 charger with sport mode 2. So your saying with eibach springs and keeping my shocks I wont have any problems in the future or change of sport mode function?