When you drive with PC it’s way different then in sport mode with out it
For me the PC was a better option then Tazer , I did want to change all the settings
Because I have the Stage 1 PCM
Take a look on YouTube at some of the videos
Also PC is 10 minute install
Installed one on my '12 R/T, leave it in city 4 mode, when testing it out for the 1st time I almost ran over several people in front of me because of how quick it wanted to accelerate in sport mode. Total lack of lag in throttle response now has made all the difference in the world in driveability!
I don't have it for my Challenger yet, part of many things on my shopping list, but have had it in other cars and only time I triggered limp mode was from changing settings too often on the fly. Although PC says you can, I found it better to change modes when stopped. Just in case.
The instructions actually say come to a complete stop when changing modes, this thing really works just installed it last week and cannot believe the difference, like night and day. Touch the pedal in sport mode and your off to the races
Have a 2010 5.7
So far I have added CAI, 2.5 in magnaflow exhaust & Diablo tuner. Will be putting JBA shorty’s on next.
After that, intake & cam.
So my question is what size tire does everyone run after doing mod’s?
Wanting it to hook etc
Anyone swap tires out for drag radials when racing?
So i posted this in a different thread, with little response. Trying to get some feedback as to if this sound is normal or not. Please see videos and provide feedback if this is normal or if I should be concerned. Car has less than 800 miles since new.
Hello all, I am newbie to Mopar and defiantly a Newbie to challengers. I am a 41 year old man that has driven a F-250 truck for the last 20 years and my son just graduated college, so I decided to buy myself a Christmas present a couple of weeks ago…
2019 Challenger RT 5.7L (basic RT)
So let me...