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Old 12-20-2012, 12:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Galvatron View Post
You would never experience the bog from MDS because the 6.1 doesn't have it. The tuner does shut it off or using auto stick does as well.
Throttle response was bogish (is that a word?) prior to my friends at speedlogix hooking me up with the tuner...automatic shifted very lazily too....Tuner made the car happy....
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I have the 09 R/T 5.7 with MDS fully functional. I bought a tuner but haven't had time lately to even hook it up. Both my parents have passed away this year. I have NEVER had any type of "BOG" issue coming from a standstill or out of a rolling start. Am I just "lucky" or what? When I mash the pedal, this thing goes. I didn't think the SRT's had MDS? Am I wrong? At any rate, I can't find all of this "fault" in the MDS on a personal front, because it has never presented itself to me.
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The damned Nag1. That trans is way too lazy on day to day driving. Next time, use auto stick and show him your back plate.
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let me clear this up. This is not a lazy transmission downshift. The problem that occurs with my car is the fact it acts as if you completely shut the car off. Exactly like a bad accelerator pump would act like in a vehicle with a carburetor.

I could deal with it if the transmission took a little to downshift cause then all that happens is that your car does not go faster and it DOES NOT lose forward momentum. My does not go faster, rather is slows down when this happens so when a car is creeping up on your rear on an on ramp and this happens, it really is scary.
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Are you getting any support from your dealer?
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The damned Nag1. That trans is way too lazy on day to day driving. Next time, use auto stick and show him your back plate.
Yeah, I noticed that in an old S500 I drove. Worked perfectly as long as you weren't pushing the car. Then it became too slow and would get confused by my inputs. Add the MDS (yes, the 6.4 has it, and yes, some of us notice lag due to it, but I think it depends on the car) and all the nannies they slapped on it and you have a recipe for behavioral issues.
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Are you getting any support from your dealer?
My dealer verified the issue and got Chrysler involved. They brought in their specialist who deemed it as normal. No dealer at this point can do anything since Chrysler deems it normal and any attempts (in my opinion) to correct a non existent problem would not be covered under warranty.. My repair history is a a mile long.
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Yeah, I noticed that in an old S500 I drove. Worked perfectly as long as you weren't pushing the car. Then it became too slow and would get confused by my inputs. Add the MDS (yes, the 6.4 has it, and yes, some of us notice lag due to it, but I think it depends on the car) and all the nannies they slapped on it and you have a recipe for behavioral issues.

I do not even have to push the car for this issue to happen. It has happened with brisk accelerator pedal movement as well as granny pedal movement. it cannot be normal and I feel it is not normal as I have never had a vehicle that did this. I even owned a 2004 Ram 5.7 that was accelrate by wire and it did not do this.
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And it doesn't throw any codes? I understand your concern about a tuner...what about data logging to see what is happening?
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trust me, if I do.. autostick!
True stick = never bogging.

My Charger R/T did this do me a couple of times, it was one of the reasons I was dead set on getting an M6 Challenger.
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