Assume the highway speed sufficient that when you step on the gas the rear tires don't break loose? Obviously if they do the rear end can sashay some.I have a 2016 charger hc. Been through tires, upgraded rear suspension, diff brace,trailing arms ,solid cradle bushings,adjustable upper control arms,it is still wants to wander a bit. Any ideas guys?
Thanks guys. I'm running275 20on the front 32psi and 295 20s on the [email protected] both are Michelin allseason tires new .Traveling at 65mph it is a very uncomfortable ride. I owned an rt traded for a scatpack then traded up to a hellcat. As you know they are not the most comfortable cars on the highway but this hellcat drives very different and I'm not one to shy away from power I've had my mopars in the past( 68 340gts,72 340duster)no comparison in horsepower to the hc but I've turned a wrench a time or two. I've never had this kind of problem. I dunno but it's gotta have something to do with the independent rear suspension. That's my guess. Like I said in previous post ,I've replaced the cradle bushings,upper control arms, trailing arms,added a differential brace had the vehicle aligned. Nothing has helped. New tires. Had Michelin summer tires 295 20 on rear thought they might be the problem so I bought the all season Michelins. I'm stumpedAlways remember: Crack kills.
wide tires and shitty cradle bushings - and shit worn out control arm bushings will do that.Anyone have problems with their car kind of sashaying, especially when you are at highway speed and you step on the gopeddle.