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Baught my daughter the 2010 Plum Crazy for her HS Grad in 2010. She has now just grad from NAVY boot camp and is headed to A school. Along with boot camp grad, her Bday was 4 days prior. The big 21! So, being such a big milestone I bought her some Asaunti wheels and Perrelli tires. They look great, but the car sits up too high for my liking now. I want to drop it to give it a muscle look keeping the rake to it. I dont want the level look nor do I want it scraping the ground. What is the best kit avail? Also I want to replace the shocks and struts. She's put 63k miles on it since HS.
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Welcome and congrats to your daughter. If you dont want the level look there are two ways to achieve that, both expensive. First up are coilovers, which will let you get the rake look. About $900- $1700 dollars. Next are air ride, even more expensive. Good luck deciding which way you want to go. Keep us posted!!:smileup:
 

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Welcome from AZ, Yes coilovers are the way to do what you want, you get new springs and shocks that way, the height is adjustable and some offer adjustable ride quality, truly the way to go.
 

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Hey guys!
Baught my daughter the 2010 Plum Crazy for her HS Grad in 2010. She has now just grad from NAVY boot camp and is headed to A school. Along with boot camp grad, her Bday was 4 days prior. The big 21! So, being such a big milestone I bought her some Asaunti wheels and Perrelli tires. They look great, but the car sits up too high for my liking now. I want to drop it to give it a muscle look keeping the rake to it. I dont want the level look nor do I want it scraping the ground. What is the best kit avail? Also I want to replace the shocks and struts. She's put 63k miles on it since HS.
Thanks for your help!
Welcome to the Z from Maryland.. I would highly recommend the Hotchkis TVS setup. I have it on mine and I have installed the same setup on another Members Challenger.. One of the best setups available for our cars.. Here's a pic of both cars..
 

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