Mopar Suspension and more!

Discussion in 'SRT Hellcat Performance' started by PhantomWorks, Jan 14, 2016.

  1. PhantomWorks

    PhantomWorks Silver Member

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    Went down to the dealer and ordered Hellcat Valve stem covers, Mopar lowering springs; which they will install Monday. Pictures to follow. They were talking to me about this device that will serve as an electronic line lock and more. I ordered mine and wanted to share. I searched it on this site and found it, but never even knew it existed so I want to share.

    http://www.zautotech.com/tazer.html
     
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    I have a Tazer, they work well and a whole lot easier than the traditional under hood linelock system.
     
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    That is what I was thinking when my service guy was telling me about it. do you have a video of the lights? Was curious what that looked like?
     
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    I just use it for the linelock
     
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    How do you release it? Will it hold as long as you want it to?
     
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    Hb hellcat Black Betty...BamAlam!!!

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    I love this forum!
    Always something new and deserving to spend my money on.
    I need this product just to save on rear brake pads!
    Thank you, thank you, thank you!
     
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    It will engage as long as you hold the buttons
     
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    Oh MERCY!!! I guess I'm buying tires,.
     
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    what is the part number on the lowering springs? and do they really fit the HC?
     
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    Dodge Catalog only list it to fit the Challenger. Speedlogix says otherwise and Puffy already has them installed. With that said I "assume" they do because Puffy already has them installed on his Charger. I will know for certain Monday after the dealer installs them

    springs-
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    Sure, the MP lowering springs fit the Hellcat. You'll find posts from several people here that have them installed, me included. Picture of mine below.
    20151215_101356_crop.jpg
     
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    thanks TD and PW for the pic and the info.

    TD how do you like those springs? reason i ask is because i took my stock suspension and changed it to the KW Variant HAS. I like mine but originally I wanted to keep my car all Mopar... but got scared about the springs because they said it would not lower the car the full inch and that it wouldn't work.

    I'm looking to really work on the suspension components in the car and considering doing this as well to my HC Speedlogix Billet Suspension Package 05-15 Challenger, Charger, 300, Magnum

    PW can't wait to see your pics as well and look forward to your feedback on the springs also.
     
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    I used the MP springs on my previous Scat Pack and with the Whiteline bars was very happy with the handling of the car. The HC Challenger has even larger solid bars and adjustable shocks so I figured I'd stick to a known quantity for me with the springs. I've been searching for the spring rates of the MP springs but haven't found them yet. Most of the others have published rates, with the exception of the KW kit (or at least I haven't found them yet).

    One thing I do differently in the rear with the MP springs is I remove the upper rubber spring perch and slit some heater hose and wrap it around the top coil of the spring. That lowers the rear about another half inch and levels the car out. I did the same with my Scat Pack.
     
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    I definitely like the challenger better with the rearend dropped to sit level. Idk why, but it looks like the challenger is sitting way too high.
     
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    Agree PW, more aggressive and pro touring look. Looks like Ralph Giles agrees....Probably his vision was to have the car lower to the ground, but due to the fact that these cars are made for the masses They probably have set the ride height higher for clearance issues....That the great thing about the aftermarket manufacturers....
     
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