The most difficult suspension mod I'm trying to do is adaptive shocks. Other choices will depend on if I can accomplish this one. I'd most like to install the system used in the SRT, I think if I installed the control module I'd get the track button.What kind of suspension mods you looking to do?
What brake upgrade did you do? I see drilled and slotted rotors but are they stock size? I'm leaning towards the BR9 brakes. I really should do that first, but that's just buying the parts and doing the work. This shock thing is my current research project.brakes,
I've read that, but I've also read that it's only true of the 1st generation. Which makes sense the 2nd gen was built while no longer partnered with Mercedes and many of the suspension parts are different between the 1st and 2nd gen. Are you aware of any confirmation that this applies to the 2nd gen as well?The previous-generation E-class platform - meaning suspension and sub-frame and probably some steering components - were used for the present RWD versions of Chrysler vehicles - the 300C plus the Dodge Charger/Magnum/Challenger. It shares front and rear suspension geometry, and the first-gen 300/Challenger/Charger shared a fair bit of parts, including suspension control arms, differential, and rear subframe. You can retrofit a lot of parts from an AMG E55 onto a 300C, and a little bit of Googling will find you those build threads.