Depends on how far you wanna take it. But if it's for an occasional track day I'd just concentrate on the chassis first. Subframe connectors, front and rear strut braces. I wouldn't change the sway bars since the 15+ SRT has bigger sway bars already. Instead, I'd get the adjustable links. Then I'd swap the brake lines for some stainless steel ones, upgrade to dot 4 brake fluid, and get a set of front carbotech racing pads and dedicated rotors ( I really like the oem ones) to swap before going to the track. The rear brembos are just fine. No need to change them imo. Get some sticky tires ( if you can get dedicated 18" lightweight wheels wrapped with some nitto nt01s then I'd do that. Finally lower the car. I like H&R springs. If you afford some coilovers then by all means do it. The 393 already have oil coolers from the factory and upgraded power steering unlike the pre 12s where you definitely needed to upgrade that. I've been tracking my car for the last 4 years and the above suggestions are just fine unless you wanna go hardcore. Then we're talking control arms and the whole nine yards. These cars do extremely well at the track events until you get up there in competition levels. Also a tune will help you with keeping it cooler. But it's a little costly with the 15+ model years due to the fact that you'll need an unlocked pcm to start with.Hey guys. I'm new to the dodge community but have been trying my best to chuck cars left and right around the race track for the last 20 or so years (crap that just sunk in)
i have a dedicated track car, but it doesn't mean that I won't take this new 16 SRT 392 Charger out for some laps. Have you guys found any specific weak links in the new chassis? Any must do bushings or things like the ps cooler that translate over to the newer cars.Tires, Pads, lines and fluids are on order for me for track days, and actually I like a hotter pad for the street and run light weight track pads on trophy brakes on my last daily.
so far most of my reading have found tips and tricks for the drag strip, which doesn't really interest me much.
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