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Need some feedback, I would like to lower the Charger HC with Eibach Pro Kit Lower springs. Have anyone lowered their HC that has adaptive damping suspension? I have read several threads with various manufacture lower springs for older model years HC but no one mention anything about having a adaptive damping suspension. So my question is can I use lowering springs with adaptive damping suspension?
 

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Yes if you keep the stock struts and shocks.
 

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^^^
Now THAT looks proper.
I always thought the '20 Charger Hellcats (or '20 Scat WB) had too much fender/tire gap
I agree...

Lowered my WB Scat Pack Challenger on Eibach Pro Kit Springs.

Rides and handles great...and the adaptive suspension still works.

The stock wheel gap was ridiculous.

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I used the Mopar Stage 2 springs. The rear spring cushion on mine was modified. I have a 2019 Hell Cat. It does seem to squat more on a dig. I have noticed it will follow rutts in the road a bit more; however, thats to be expected. After a few hundred miles the rear settled in leaving about a 1/4" gap on the rear about like the front. Normal drive is a little squishy in the rear Track can be a bit stiffer but I like it.
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