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I have given up. Dodge will not fix it. Dodge thinks it is normal operation.
Am getting rid of it as soon as things are settled. This SRT is nothing like my SRT10 Ram, drive-ability or quality. It's a shame too because the Challenger was set to be a car I would own for the next 5+ years.
I miss my 10 as well. Which one did you have? Mine was a 06 RC, Inferno Red, all options less side airbags.
My Challenger I feel is a better performer. Although, it and my old Magnum SRT8 suffers from poor throttle response. As of late, I'm using autostick more and more. My car hesitates as well when in stop and go traffic -- presumably caused by the trans adpatives...It doesn't seem to bog, just hesitates for a second or two then it decides to go. But, autostick takes care of that problem. I saving up for a programmer and tunes, mainly to improve throttle response and to shutoff the hated MDS.
Good luck on whatever path you take in terms of a new ride and I hope your case with Dodge works out.
2012 Dodge Challenger SRT-8 Yellow Jacket, 1 of 1000
Hurst Comp Kit
Mopar CF Bezel Kit
Mopar Front Strut Brace
Mopar Lowering Springs
Dodge OEM Alignment Components
Mopar Rear Strut Brace
Mopar Matte Black Fuel Door
2015 SRT Hood, Pitch Black
Pitch Black Rear Spoiler
Corsa Sport Catback
2006 Magnum SRT8, traded 01/2008
2006 Dodge Ram SRT10 RC, last new untitled "10 RC" in USA, purchased 01/2008, traded 05/2012
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