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Road Magnet "drag" and lowering springs now available at Realtune!!!!!!

The springs have the perfect drop and a stiff rear spring rate to improves traction by reducing rear end drop when launching & hard shifting
The Road Magnet drag springs are the most affordable way to get that bad ass stance your CSRT4 deserves while improving traction!!!

Drag Spring specs:
Front 1.6" @ 300# spring rate
Rear 1.4" @ 580# spring rate

the price is $215 shipped (add $20 for Canada shipping)

the pics:
here is the BEFORE pic of Blue Streak's CSRT4 w/stock springs


and this is the AFTER (with Road Magnet drag springs installed)



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Can you get the RM (Bwoody) lowering springs for the jeep srt-8?? If yes, please PM me a price shipped to G0L3M0

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Can you get the RM (Bwoody) lowering springs for the jeep srt-8?? If yes, please PM me a price shipped to G0L3M0

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of course!
pics of said Jeep for proof!
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Quick question: I know these springs are more designed for the 1/4 mile crowd, but I'm curious how these would perform for autocross? Would the rear be too stiff or would that benefit in the sense that the rear would be more prone to rotation than the stock setup = a very good thing for understeer and tight courses?


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$199.99 shipped in the US
$249.99 shipped to Canada

PM me !
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these are on special for $200 shipped in black or blue powder coating
PM me for details
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CRAZY!

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