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392WLCHR
06-16-2017, 01:15 AM
Well after my 2nd track day, again at the Roval at Autoclub, I'd like to lessen the body roll and have it flatter during the turns. All I have are BWoody endlinks, which helped some but I'm thinking coilovers would really help eliminate most of it, correct me if I'm wrong please! For the time being(saving $ for coilovers), would some H&R lowering springs help? I'll include a pic for reference! https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170616/65b30f22cde3ae5eecf869705e85a9d7.jpg


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whatamg
06-16-2017, 09:25 AM
Coilovers are an option or stiffer springs, and this is all based on how happy you are with the ride but you could try a better sway bar as well if you don't want to change the ride much.

392WLCHR
06-16-2017, 11:09 AM
Coilovers are an option or stiffer springs, and this is all based on how happy you are with the ride but you could try a better sway bar as well if you don't want to change the ride much.

Okay perfect, thank you! I was looking into swaybars too but someone told me on here, I believe, the stock SRT swaybars were as big as an aftermarket version(I don't know how true that is) but I definitely look into them as well!


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PlumCrazyTN
06-16-2017, 01:58 PM
They might be just as big but the aftermarket ones also have different adjustment points which change the stiffness of the bar. Not sure if it's the same on the Chargers but strut and shock tower braces really helped my Challenger.

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392WLCHR
06-16-2017, 03:10 PM
They might be just as big but the aftermarket ones also have different adjustment points which change the stiffness of the bar. Not sure if it's the same on the Chargers but strut and shock tower braces really helped my Challenger.

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Right on! Thanks for the info!!! Oh I forgot mention, you reminded me, I do have the front strut tower brace, just not the rear yet! Thanks all who replied :)


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SRT8U
06-16-2017, 08:56 PM
Yes springs or coilovers will make a world of difference, another mod that I absolutely love and everyone that does is has the same impression on track is weld in subframes that makes a big difference in stiffening the car up as well. Sway bars, strut braces springs or coilovers and sub frames all work wonders on these cars on the track

392WLCHR
06-16-2017, 09:17 PM
Yes springs or coilovers will make a world of difference, another mod that I absolutely love and everyone that does is has the same impression on track is weld in subframes that makes a big difference in stiffening the car up as well. Sway bars, strut braces springs or coilovers and sub frames all work wonders on these cars on the track

Glad you replied!!! Okay, funny thing I was looking at your subframe braces yesterday! I'll definitively be investing in some in the future! I can already see these suspension changes snowballing; the track is the worse drug addiction [emoji23]


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PlumCrazyTN
06-17-2017, 07:06 AM
Glad you replied!!! Okay, funny thing I was looking at your subframe braces yesterday! I'll definitively be investing in some in the future! I can already see these suspension changes snowballing; the track is the worse drug addiction [emoji23]


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All in how fast you wanna go....$$$...lol.

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