I basically use my charger for patrol duties and drive my car hard so I want a coilover kit that will be able to handle the abuse. Or...should I just go with springs and heavy duty shocks? Right now, I have hotchkis springs and koni str.t shocks with stack performance sways and bwoody endlinks, but right now I bottom out when going over bumps and some driveways.
2008 Charger R/T
True CAI (fender mounted filter), Flowmaster 40's mufflers with 5" Stainless Steel tips, Hotchkis Springs, Koni Str.t dampers, Stack Performance "Chubby Pro" Sway Bars w/BWoody end links, Gloss black Factory Reproduction 20" SRT 20x9 wheels with 275/40's on all 4's, R1 Slotted/Cross drilled rotors & Hawk pads w/Stop Tech SS brake lines
Soon to Change: Mopar Stage 1's in place of Hotchkis, Bilsteins in place of Koni's
bump for you
Don't know what the "best" is but im running the BC kit from circuit motorsports and really like them.
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Are you bottoming out becuase you're too low or because the shocks are to soft? Is the car physically touching the gorund or are you hitting the bumpstops on the shocks?
I love my BCRacing coilovers!
Hmm, well if you need something stiffer than what you have now, a set of the BC Racing coilovers may do the trick.
You can control stiffness via damping knobs and you can also set your height where you need it for the roads you're driving on.
Feel free to shoot me a PM if you want some more info
Thanks for all your help...now I know where to go for my suspension needs. Once I figure out and fix my knocking noise when I turn my steering wheel, I will get me a set of BCs.