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So I have a 06 rt riding on 20s and I want to drop her down and fill the wheel wells up. I'm wanting some advise on lowering spring kits, I found a d2 racing kit that drops right at 2 inches but I am curious to it's quality and what this is going to do to ride quality. I want it low but avoiding rolling the fenders. If there better out there please let me know, but I don't wanna bag her for $$$ reasons.

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Welll, I have AWD, so there is no performance damper. Here's the lowdown...

I got springs and put them in. Then I got an Eibach Pro-Damper kit and am using the rears. I have two brand new fronts that are collecting dust because I can't use them, they are RWD only. The ride in the back is just fine, and the front is well.... It takes some getting used to. I don't drive my car a whole lot (3000 miles this year so far- 27K on it total- 2005 model)- been in family since brand new) so I dunno- I can deal with it for now. This certainly isn't the first lowered car I've ever had.

I'm in a group buy for some coilovers over in lxforums, so in a couple of months when they finish developing them, I'll get a set for AWD. I don't have enough for the KW set because they are pretty expensive. KW is the only company (that I know of) that makes any coilovers for the AWD LX platform. http://circuitmotorsports.net/ is developing an AWD coilover that will come to market at a price a lot better than KW. And they have made coilovers before, so I ain't too worried about quality.

I've got the 411 up on my car site over at http://www.mydodgemagnum.com/index.php?/suspension.htm
 
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