I can and for sale after 2-3 weeks of testing.
PM'd you for some info...... :ninja:ChargerOsix said:UPDATE: So far so good with the bar. We are going to make one more design change to the setup. The bar being oversized will make the end links wear out faster so that must be addressed. We have a few ideas so testing starts next week.
The Charger R/T is close to a 50/50 weight distribution (actually 54/46): a front swaybar should be an improvement, but not nearly as much as on a car that has alot more weight in the front than in the rear.Big Country said:Usually, it's better to install one on the front than the rear (but best to do both), because that's where all the weight is, and therefore, where the car needs more stiffness with regards to side to side movement.
That has alot to do with the actual shock absorbers and lowered stance then just the swaybars which I am sure are also larger.moparfan said:I have nothing to compare to, but I can say that the SRT8 with the front and rear swaybars stays very flat in the turns. I was amazed.
yeah alot of the bump issue with the rear wheels is a need for a tighter suspension setup. the srt8 is stiff as hell so i can imagine that bad boy just stay planted on the road. with the r/t a lowered stance alone doesn't get that stiffness, so i am probably going to go with the coilovers so i can change the dampening rate of the shock/dampers. but alas, headers are going in first and this will be down the road.SRT8Charger07 said:That has alot to do with the actual shock absorbers and lowered stance then just the swaybars which I am sure are also larger.