Originally Posted by Jrappleguy
Well I looked into it and spoke with Eibach and from what I found 2wd 2011 and up springs should work better. Dodge used the same springs and spring rates on the Awd v6 as the RWD v8 cars (performance springs). I'm gonna try it soon but I wanted to see if undid it first... Eibach said they haven't made a kit cause its hard for them to get an awd in southern Cali. But told me or anyone willing to try to give them some picks and info and they will probably update their info.
Be nice to get a set of srt8 springs for it
However stock vs stock the awd v6 sits a few inches higher than the rwd v8.
The springs I installed were supposed to give me 2-3 inches of drop , and it did, however after settling it's only about 1/2" lower than a stock rwd v8 car.
This would lead me to believe the strut brackets in the front and the rear control arms are causing the abnormal lift...
Possibly if your looking for ideal spring rates the rwd charger springs would be a good way to go, but my goal out of all of this was to get that wheel well gap reduced to a tollerable point.
Car feels stiff but without any bounce; so I am pleased for now.
My next step (in a few years) if no one makes a break thru on this front, is to get my hands on some v8 awd rear control arms and strut mounts and see what the differences are...