How to make AWD touring suspension into AWD performance suspension

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    How to make AWD touring suspension into AWD performance suspension

    Hi guys/gals,

    I just bought an 06 Magnum R/T AWD, took it out for a bit of a cruise today and thought the suspension felt mushy and body roll was a bit more than I like. Keep in mind my other car is an 09 Challenger SRT that's been lowered a bit, I can really feel what the car is doing and feel the road, I'd like my Maggie to be a bit more like that. I looked on my build sheet and it says touring suspension, I really think I need/want the performance suspension so what do I need to do to make this happen. Be nice and I'm a pretty good auto DIYer. Thanks - Tony
    2006 Magnum R/T AWD bone stock for now

    2009 Challenger SRT8
    SRT Max Plus cam, Ported n Polished intake manifold/Heads w/Long Tube Headers by Rich Mack, tune by Dave Katz, Cat delete, 3" exhaust w/Magnaflow mufflers 180* T-stat, catch can, Cervinis Ram Air CAI, Hurst short throw w/pistol grip shifter, Amsoil fluids
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    I put the BCR coil overs on yesterday along with new slotted and drilled rotors, pads and both front axels, took me all day to do it but damn what a difference. I highly recommend the BCR's!
    2006 Magnum R/T AWD bone stock for now

    2009 Challenger SRT8
    SRT Max Plus cam, Ported n Polished intake manifold/Heads w/Long Tube Headers by Rich Mack, tune by Dave Katz, Cat delete, 3" exhaust w/Magnaflow mufflers 180* T-stat, catch can, Cervinis Ram Air CAI, Hurst short throw w/pistol grip shifter, Amsoil fluids
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    Ride height stay stock? I'd like to tighten up Aretha a bit, but can barely make it in my steep driveway without scratching as she sits now
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