2015 was the issue with MDS needing Track to disable, on 2016 and newer MDS is disabled in Sport or Track.
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For the 2015 SRT 392's, using full TRACK modes does disable MDS, BUT so does just using the TRACK transmission setting in a custom mode.
The video is right about the TRACK suspension setting being brutal. Its only good on the smoothest of roads or as stated, the track.
I dis-agree w/ the video concerning the TRACK trans setting. There is a definite performance advantage using TRACK mode for the transmission vs SPORT mode.
TRACK mode is just awesome. Performance wise, it gives you everything the A8/392 combo can offer. I use it whenever I'm going on a "spirited" drive.
99% of the time I'm EITHER driving in my default mode (Full STREET) or my custom setting.
The other 1% of the time I'm still messing around w/ different mode combos. I have just over 4,000 miles on the car now.
In my custom mode the performance of the car is great, the exhaust sound is SUPER, the MDS is off, the ride and handling is acceptable on most secondary roads, and very good on smooth roads.
The only thing is you lose the top O/D gear (8th), while the transmission is in TRACK mode. No problem on back roads/secondary roads, just sucks on the highway.
The 2016 and newer SRT392's will have the MDS off in sport mode. But, if you try it, you may like the TRACK mode for the transmission better anyways.
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Last edited by SpeedShift; 07-13-2017 at 03:21 PM.