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Hello everyone! I am interested in lowing my 2014 R/T (rwd) charger. I recently purchased some new wheels and tires for my ride. They are Viper reps (20x9) and Nitto Motivos (275/40/20). Theres a pretty big gap that I am trying to get rid of. I was hoping to drop at least 1.5 inches. I have come across some Eibach pro-kit lowering springs. Would I be needing any caster/camber plates for the alignment afterwards?

Thanks everyone for the help. Here is how the car sits now.

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Lowering and the choice of springs, struts, and shocks has been the subject of many, many threads on this forum.

You'll find lots of good information by simply doing a search on "Eibach springs." You'll probably find more than a few photos, too. Then search on "Mopar Stage 1" and "Hotchkis" so you can draw meaningful comparisons to other popular spring kits.
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There is a guy in the forum who used challenger or srt springs and it lowered it about that much
SRT8 takeoff springs crop up in the classifieds from time-to-time.
So just in addition to the kit all I would need is a chamber kit for the rear.
In addition to the camber kit, if you have Nivomat shocks in the rear you will need to replace them.
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Looking good! :grin2:
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