Re: Remmy's Build
Originally Posted by remmy
Good gains will still be made with an intake and exhaust. I called a performance shop about the headers and I'll be bringing it by tomorrow so the shop fabricator can take a look at it. I chose slotted because of looks mainly and I know that they won't eat the brakes up too bad like drilled will.
Do you have a link of how to install srt8 sway bars? To they bolt right on without mods or headache? Doesn't changing out sway bars also require an alignment?
You have it backward; Driilled rotors do not eat pads, slotted rotors do. Headers are a PITA to make, but will make a big difference over the restrictive manifolds, and will also be VERY loud. SRT Sway bars bolt right on and you are not changing anything with wheel alignment, but you will need an alignment when installing Bilsteins. You will need the mounting brackets with the groove in the center along with new bushings for the front bar. Just need new busings for the stock brackets for the rear bar.
2006 GC Overland QD II
5.7 Hemi, Modern Muscle 85 mm CNC ported TB, Apexi super voltage stabilizer, Billet Tech. Catch Can, Koni FSD shocks/struts, SRT8 sway bars, Cooper Discoverer SRX 255/65/17, Amsoil fluids, Diablosport Intune CMR tuned by Hemifever tuning.