Apparently, because I have less than 50 posts, I can't use the search function. So, I'll ask my question here.
I'm trying to figure out ALL mechanical & performance differences between the SRT-4 ACR and the regular SRT-4.
So far, using a Google search, I've come up with this as what separates an ACR from a regular SRT-4:
From Wikicars.org (Dodge SRT-4): - Wikicars
"The return of the ACR name plate in 2005, with the package available only on the SRT-4, included:
- 16x7 BBS RX light-weight wheels with 40 mm offset
- 225/45/16 BFG KDW2 tires
- one inch lower ride height
- 5-way adjustable Tokico Illumina dampers
- Thicker front and rear sway bars
- Stiffer rear tension strut bushing
- ACR embroidered Viper inspired seats with Viper racing harness slots
- ACR decals on the bottom of the front doors
- Full-size spare with accompanying ultra-high performance tire
- There were a total of 1,175 SRT-4 ACR’s produced: 225 red, 211 tangerine, 306 white, 433 black. "
Is that it? Anything else?
Also, what's a "rear tension strut bushing"?