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    I want to lower my 16 200s awd 3.6.
    I can't find any options. Is there something out there that will work?

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    I am new here, but not short on finding mods my 2016. My search for the same turns up Eibach Springs. https://www.carid.com/2016-chrysler-200-lowering-kits/

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    There is absolutely no need to lower the 200. It is as low, if not lower than you ever want it now. Dropping it an inch will be like the Emporer's new clothes, only you will be able to see it, and you will run over even more junk on the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazcnuk View Post
    There is absolutely no need to lower the 200. It is as low, if not lower than you ever want it now. Dropping it an inch will be like the Emporer's new clothes, only you will be able to see it, and you will run over even more junk on the road.
    don’t be a fuddy dud

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    If you do lower it, buy a couple of these - I have already replaced it running stock ride height:

    https://www.bamwholesaleparts.com/oe...YaAoHJEALw_wcB
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    I went from 215/55 tires too 225/50 and I scrape the shield occasionally and thats about 1/2" lower.
    2015 200c 3.6 fwd

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    here are reasons to raise or lower vehicles, and none are applicable to a 200.

    The aerodynamics on these cars is very finely tuned, already, to any kind of speed you will ever do in them.

    Put your money elsewhere.

    Lowered 2" rear 3" front.... 580hp-502cuin big block, aluminum heads, 870cfm Holley, TH-400, Ford 9"... Fuddy duddy my...

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    Nice!
    2015 200c 3.6 fwd

    Magnaflow cat-back exhaust
    K&N C.A.I.
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    RPM base stage 93 octane tune
    225/50r17 Hankooks noble s2
    Amsoil 5w20
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    Tree air freshners under seats

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    A lowered 200 would look great. I get it.

    Sometimes people do things to their car that make it function worse for the sake of looks..

    One example - gigantic wheels with spacer lift kits (to fit the school bus sized wheels) and teeny weeny stock brakes with panted calipers, or caliper covers inside. Looks stupid to me but great to other people. To each their own.

    Do what makes you happy, just be prepared for the results.
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    I know a few people have used Eibach Lowering Springs on their 2015+ 200's. It gives a 1 inch drop. I haven't looked into how it would affect the vehicles performance or handling. I just know that has been a common customization I have seen.
    2015 200C 3.6L FWD
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