08-10 Dodge Challenger RWD Megan Racing - EZ II Series Coilovers

Brand: Megan Racing

Part number: MR-CDK-DC06-EZII

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Megan Racing EZ II Series Coilovers - 08-10 Dodge Challenger RWD

Part Number: MR-CDK-DC06-EZII

Megan Racing EZ Series Coil-Over kits are the ultimate upgrade to your street car. Featuring 15 levels of damper force adjustment, separate spring perch height and shock length adjustment allowing you to retain full suspension stroke and to fine tune your suspension.

Compression and rebound settings are adjusted through a single damper adjustment knob. Adjustments are simple to tune according to your driving style and desired comfort level. All of Megan Racing coilovers are capable of handling a +/- 2k change in spring rates to further tune your suspension to your desired handling characteristics without the need to revalve.

The quality and durability of the Megan Racing coilover kits are unmatched. Made of extremely durable Steel and featuring springs that are constructed of SAE-9254 Cold-Wound Steel which are then tested over 500,000 times by compression inspection. With deformation less than 5% and high strength sophisticated surface coating, we stand by our product with our strong warranty.

Our most recent addition to our expansive coil-over kit line up, the EZ STREET coil-over line up is aimed towards the more budget oriented enthusiast to offer the most basic essentials from an aftermarket coil-over setup, yet makes no compromises for quality and performance.


  • 08-10 Dodge Challenger
Damper Valving Adjustments 15
Front Spring Rate 12 kg/mm
Rear Spring Rate 14 kg/mm
Front Top Mount Aluminum CNC Upper Mount Paired With Rubber Inserts (NON ADJUSTABLE CAMBER)
Rear Top Mount Aluminum CNC Upper Mount Paired With Rubber Inserts (NON ADJUSTABLE CAMBER)
Internal Construction Monotube
Included Hardware N/A

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Andrew N. (Armonk, US)
Transforms the Handling

The ride of EZII coil overs were immediately noticable just by driving a few feet. The car, a 2010 Challenger SRT8 on original suspension, doesn't feel like a Lincoln Town Car anymore. Feels planted and grips in corners. Great price a well.