I love the BC Racing coilovers on my Challenger and it moves like it is on rails. At least that is what others have told me when they are behind me and I have made hard lane changes which is all too often!! LOL Here is what they look like on my ride on painted 20" Charger SRT rims at Springfest05.
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So what is the price for the coilovers and extenders?
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SRT owners, how do they impact ride quality for when you aren't playing Ricky Racer?
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I've had 6 coilover systems and this one is by far the best.
If you want a 2nd opinion Fred drove my car for three days last summer.
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Thanks Simon. Did you have SRT components before you switched? I'm really looking to hear what someone who has a stock daily driver SRT felt with the change. This is for the Bee and I don't want to stray from the stock ride too much, I just want to be able to lower it on occasion. I'm not even changing the sways on the Bee 'cause I want to keep the ride. I have the Magnum for whipping around corners quick, and it's great for it.
I have my coilovers set for daily use less than half way to the hardest setting. It's not as floaty as the RT but not as harsh as the SRT. I find the SRT sort of harsh in daily around town driving, I don't need to know where ever crack in the road is and thats how I think the SRT feels. As for lowering it on occasion the fronts are easy just a matter of minutes but due to the inboard placement of the rear spring its very hard to adjust it without major work. Kinda set it and forget it. I set mine up just less than 1" lower than SRT.
Brad as the BC's as well so you might want to ask him what he things.
Last edited by Coopers_Dad; 01-17-2011 at 02:45 PM.
Thanks Simon, good info...
So your R/T is 1.5 inches lower than stock?
How tough is the rear to adjust, on a lift with the rear wheels unloaded?
It's not easy. You can drop the cradle a bit or drop the inner bolt from the lower control arm. You need to free up the spring enough to easily spin the nut. I purposely set mine at the highest position on the thread so I could lower it without having to do what I listed above but if you need to go up your stuck doing that work.
I never needed to raise the car up from my lowered position other than this winter and we put spacers in the rear and raised the front up over 1.5'.
The Bee won't see winter, but it will see mountain passes in March.
I'm going back and forth between these and KW's. Price is better on these, KW's go with the Detonator Yellow. LOL!
Dam winter.refuses to hurry up so I can put mine in.here in chicago our streets are crappy since they flood the streets with salt during the winter and end up with bumps cracks and holes.the bc will defently be put to the test during this summer
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