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Old 01-29-2018, 09:45 AM
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In light of some great suggestions from forum members, I am thinking of making some changes to the plan for modifications on my 2015 Limited. I no longer plan to increase power but instead will focus on handling. I would appreciate your advice on the following to help me prioritize my limited budget:
· 1) Going from 18” wheels to 20” wheels and hoping to keep weight neutral (or lower). Looking at DUB Baller, AR Nova/SuperNova and SRT Replicas. Any opinion on quality of these wheels? How would these compare to OEM 20s (SRT, Varvatos…)?
· 2) Seems many on this forum like Hotchkis sway bars. Any opinion, on how they compare to Eibach or Mopar? Worth the extra dough?

· 3) Mopar strut tower brace. Anyone that has one of these, please share your observations.

· 4) I do not really wish to lower the car since local roads are not that good. Given that current OEM have 10K miles of mild use, would aftermarket springs and shock make a big difference in handling?

Thanks.
 
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