<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Chuck Phillips:
We have a 2008 Challenger 378 on 2007 Ford F-53 chassis (2800 miles). It appears that there are Bilstien shocks (based on color of shocks). No other modifications. I'm familiar with tire pressure adjustments to soften the ride, but I make sure tire pressure matches load.
I've considered Mohr ryde, but have some concerns. Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>I put a MOR/RYDE suspension system on my 1999 Cruisemaster MH, with a F53 chassis. It really improved the ride by 50 to 75%. We now have a 2004 Intruder on a Workhorse chassis that delivered with some no name shocks that were not very stable. Workhorse offered a package to improve the handling that included Bilstien shocks. The Bilstiens made the handling much more stable, but the ride was very harsh. The solution was to install Koni FSD shocks, what an improvement. Their is a wealth of information in the IRV2 Workhorse site.
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