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Wanted to inquire on which would be best to lower my challenger?
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I’ve been lowered for around 30K miles on KW adjustable springs. I have a ’15 SRT and works great with the 3 mode adjustable suspension and still similar ride to stock. Just corners much better now. Dialed my drop in to just a fuzz over 1”. Welcome to the “Z”!
 

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Welcome to the Z from Canton,OH! My ride is not lowered but I would recommend an adjustable system like what @ArchGE posted for the simple fact that road conditions vary and obstacles show up that are not good for the lowered car on certain streets or parking situations.
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I like the Eibach springs on my SRT. It's only 1 inch lower but that's all I wanted. Too many potholes and bad roads around to go any lower. Plus it looks great too.
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I have an Eibach Pro kit on mine. Sits lower than any stock trim level while still being tall enough to drive around with little to no issues. It's a pretty affordable option too.
 

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I have an Eibach Pro kit on mine. Sits lower than any stock trim level while still being tall enough to drive around with little to no issues. It's a pretty affordable option too.
I did the Mopar lowering springs(1" drop). Now while that was financially prudent at the time, the decrease in spring travel made for a rougher ride. I think if I had to do it again I'd save up the dough and go with the Mopar coilovers)I believe their Bilsteins). But, $400 vs $1500(maybe the rougher ride is worth it).
 

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Beautiful Doug !
 
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I like the Eibach springs on my SRT. It's only 1 inch lower but that's all I wanted. Too many potholes and bad roads around to go any lower. Plus it looks great too.
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Oh, almost forgot to insert a pic for reference.
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Eibach Sportline, I wanted lower because I don't have many problems with uneven surfaces.

Additionally for thoroughness in answering you down the road. I also did Whiteline sways and Mopar strut&shock tower braces for rigidity.
I run mountain road ralleys which are super fun.
I'm presently doing Eibach upper control arms and rear camber bushings to clean up the alignment.
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Eibach Sportline, I wanted lower because I don't have many problems with uneven surfaces.

Additionally for thoroughness in answering you down the road. I also did Whiteline sways and Mopar strut&shock tower braces for rigidity.
I run mountain road ralleys which are super fun.
I'm presently doing Eibach upper control arms and rear camber bushings to clean up the alignment. View attachment 279512
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I've thought about it, I think I'd love the look of my car slammed down low, maybe some Sportlines and better shocks with some adjustable suspension parts to get a proper alignment. Perhaps a future project when I know I won't have to drive it on old, run-down country roads all the time.

Here it is now, lowered on some Eibach Pros:
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