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I've been searching the forum, and using the internet...... I have a very specific question as it relates to our Challys.

My car has the "STP" or Super Track Pak option. I have yellow Bilsteins on all 4 corners. The car is basically a toy.

My question is with the "STP" suspension. I am going to lower it as soon as the weather turns. Given that the car already has "Super Track Pak" does it make sense to do coilovers?

I thoroughly understand the benefits of coilovers, and the cost involved. I only plan on changing the suspension once. Am I defeating the point of "STP" by installing coilovers, or am I better off saving $1500 and doing the Mopar Stage 1 Lowering Springs?

Thanks so much for the input......

DK
 

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The real benefit to Coilovers verses the STP with Springs is the ride adjustability, the performance gains will be minimal.. I have Hotchkis Springs in mine with full Bilstein Shocks and Struts and she rides and handles extremely well.. I have done many sets of Coilovers but for my needs they just didn't fit my budget.. I would rather install Springs and the Hotchkis Sways..
 

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Thank you. I work in a dealership. My dealer (not Mopar) has a Chrysler Dodge Jeep dealership in our family so I can buy the Mopar Sways cheaper than I can get the Hotchkiss. I have given this alot of thought, and I think that the springs and anti-sways is the direction that I will take.....
 
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