Speedlogix Tubular Chromoly Rear Trailing Arms Challenger/Charger SRT/Hellcat

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  1. Srt8u

    Srt8u Silver Member Hellcat Supporting Vendor

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    If you have seen our popular Billet Aluminum Rear Tension arms, but were looking for a more affordable option, introducing Tubular Chromoly Rear Trailing Arms.
    These serve the same purpose as our Billet aluminum trailing arms by replacing the factory arms with a stronger arm, with a much better bushing. This helps to reduce deflection especially at launch or hard cornering. These arms are made of 100% lightweight chromoly steel, and powdercoated black for durability. Installation is simple as this is a bolt on replacement.

    Fitment:
    05-15 Challenger, Charger, 300, or Magnum

    Tubular arms are in stock for immediate shipment!

    To Order:
    Razors Edge Tubular Trailing Arms 05-15 Challenger Charger 300 Magnum
     
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    Srt8u Silver Member Hellcat Supporting Vendor

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    How much are these? the
     
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    Reduce wheel hop, and firm the suspension with tubular trailing arms!
     
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    If you do not want to go with the Billet versions, these are another option!

    -Chris
     
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    Get your Tubular rear trailing arms from SX.

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    Top Cat Gold Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member Fastest Cat/Record Holder HCC Charter Member

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    What's the weight savings vs the OEM?
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    This isn't really a weight savings product, but I do have the weights for you. (See below.) The important element is the poly bushing that comes in both the billet and tubular arms we carry (same exact bushing). The material creates a firmer arm and resists the shake and wheel hop that can result from a soft, rubber bushing. Additionally, the width of the arm surrounding the bushing provides support and prevents twisting while mounted compared to the OEM silver one.

    I think we should help sponsor your Hellcat. :)

    Billet = 1 lb, 13 oz
    OEM silver = 15 oz
    OEM black = 1 lb, 13oz
    Tubular chromoly = 1lb, 6 oz
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    carcass SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    I didn't know there were two different OEM versions, the black oem looks like a better unit than the aluminum oem that my car has.
    But that anodized billet one is KILLER!!!!!!!
     
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    What's the difference in applications of the silver and black OEM units? That's a big weight difference.
     
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    Agreed! When we saw Dodge used the skimpy silver OEM kind on my Hellcat I was shocked. Same thing our 2006 Charger SRT had. The black OEM one is much beefier and more similar in shape to our tubular version. Billet is the WIN. :)
     
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    They both have been used on cars from the factory. Originally, the SRT cars came with the silver version, then the black one was used and now back to the silver one.
     

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