Funny, I just tuned my '13 6spd SRT over the week end. The car has 4300 miles on it. I had already put a magnaflow competition cat back on the car about 2000 miles ago. With the exception of the exhaust, a front strut tower brace and a catch can, the car is stock. I updated the diablo in tune, installed the 93 octane tune, lowered ALL fan settings by 20*, and installed a Mishimoto T-stat. Now, again, I've been driving the car over the course of 11 months and 4300 miles so I know how it rides, feels, and reacts to my inputs. IT DEFINITELY made a difference. Don't ask for pre/post dyno runs, don't have them, nor do I care too. Oh, also I set the throttle response to 12% and raised the rev limiter to 6600 RPM. Don't get me wrong. It's not like I bolted on 90 horse, but I can feel the car wanting to go hard and fast while the traction control fights, not to good, to keep my tires from spinning. Definite improvement. And besides, as you add mods, what ever they may be, the tune brings out the full potential of said mods, gets the most out of all of them working in unison. I'll finish by stating I'm very, very glad I did this mod. Good luck.
I was just researching the same thing. I have a 2014 and the only real ting I have done to it is add a Zoomers exhaust. What tuner does anybody suggest? I have never tried to use a tuner and haven't really got a clue what to do, but I bet youtube will have some info for me. Thanks for any input.
Although I haven't yet bought it research said a tune will give a decent improvement especially adjusting the car to run the gas I'm putting it in properly (93 octane). Sees like the Diable tuners are pretty popular and the way I will go when the time comes.
Gotta echo what Teddyp stated. Tho I'm only in the MOPAR world for 2 weeks, (and loving my '12 392 with 3700 miles), I can attest to the benefits of a tune. I traded my '02 Z06 for this car. About a year ago I had a street tune done by East Coast Supercharging in Cream Ridge, NJ. Doug took the car for an hour, hooked up to about a zillion umbilical cords, and brought me back a different car. Seat of the pants feel was huge. Power was always THERE. The engine was seamless, responding like a bear to any input. Doug conservatively estimated a 8-10 hp gain. It was the most impressive money I've ever spent to "improve" a car.