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It don't work- tires rub- less than 1/16th clearance from the top of the wheel to the bottom of the strut coil perch- cuz the SRT's 50series tires are almost 2inches taller than the 2001 ACR's 17" 40series tires.

But the mopar coils worked! Woo-hoo!!

I took pix of everything- fender gap went from more than 4fingers to less than 2fingers (unusual unit of measurement i know, but if you can measure weight with big macs, then...) will put pix of a silver one in my folder later for ya!

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Id switch from 17s to 15s just to use the ACR bits...trust me ACR struts + 2nd gen X-tra High Rate springs + SRT4 + 15 inch Kosei K1 + BFG G force TA KDs = one happy me :twisted:
 

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Wait for the Mopar coilovers. KW makes awesome stuff, and Dodge shared info with them to make them mo betta. And I can't believe the figure I heard mentioned as far as the retail price! :shock: Hint: take a guess, then subtract about $400 - 500 and you should be close!
 

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acr2nv, i can stay with the 17's if i use the 40 series tires, but doesnt that mess with the computer cuz of the smaller diameter?

i have the high rate springs (150lbs i think)- I really wanna use those struts but i dont think i can.
 

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if you went down to a 16 inch wheel thats as close to stock height wheel/tire combo you should be good on the computer. As it sits you people's cars are off a few (2-3mph) on the speed readings. So i would strongly suggest you further play with that setup, you'll be amazed what ACR suspension will do to an SRT4 :twisted:

My suggestion is get some 40 series tires (BFG's would do wonders), run the full ACR setup (sway bars and all if interchageable which they should be) and report back
 
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