Razors Edge Tension Bars/M/T 305 drag radials installed

Discussion in 'SRT Hellcat Wheels and Tires' started by HCone, Jul 6, 2015.

  1. HCone

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    Installed the Razors Edge Rear tension bars and M/T drag radials, a whole lot more traction and wheel hop seems better. Tension bars were easy to install. took about 1/2 hr. I am waiting on the Razors Edge rear shock brace and front strut brace, should be here soon.



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    Thanks I just sent an inquiry on those arms. My credit card dislikes you though:D
     
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    What type of rims are those ? Not factory I hope wit those hammered on weights !
     
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    What's wrong with hammer on wheel weights on the inside of the wheel? Thats how they come factory. Sticky weights on the outside and hammer on wheel weights on the inside of the wheel.
     
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    Ordered last weekend and waiting for delivery. Did you do the bars on a lift?
     
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    so what do these do that the stock wont. I assume they are both aluminum and they both use rubber bushings. how does this help?
     
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    Disregard misleading post- edited by VP.
     
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    Surprisingly I find the opposite to be true. Normally tape weights fall off because they are improperly applied. On the hell cats I have done work on it has been tack and tape on all of them.
     
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    My apologies HCone, I stand (sit) corrected. My car was on lift, and my front wheels had very small weights on the inside of the rim, which most likely will of course mar the finish upon their removal.
     
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    Your worried about the finish of the inside of the rim....that no one will ever see?
     
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    Yes. When it was man made. Some people detail their undercarriage. I do not.

    However I detest cheaply made things, and things cheaply done. And this is a very cheaply made car. Sorry if that is a shock to some.

    These rims cost well over $1K each. Nothing with the name "hammer" or "mallet" should touch them.
     
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    We have them in stock, great product!
     
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    Of course this is a cheaply made car. Face it at the end of the day this is the exact same car as a 6 cyl base model Challenger. Goes down the same assembly line, same paint booth, same quality control, uses a lot of the same parts, etc.

    What your paying for is a built motor plain and simple.

    No offense man I am not trying to rag you here or call you out. Not my intention at all. My intention is some people need to relax about these Hellcats.

    FYI I have to double check next Viper I see but I think they also use hammer on weights on the inside also.
     
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    I was wondering what you were on about .Drag radials can be hard to balance correctly for road use. The guy I had mount/balance is a friend of mine., he asked me first if it was Ok to use the hammer weights. I told him no problem, go for it.
    If I was only "dragging" the car, I would not have done it, but I want to avoid a rough ride at highway speeds.
    I could give a chit about marring the finish on the backside.
     
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