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Old 01-29-2014, 08:04 AM
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How did you remove the Top speed limiter without a tune or a tuner?
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Used diablo DCX, I was just not running any performance Tune
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Got it
Mine has been eliminated on my 93 tune with my trinity but I dont think Ill be taking it up to 140+
No place to safely do that in NJ, Maybe Ill travel thru Montana one day...
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Old 01-29-2014, 08:24 AM
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The r/t is limited to 143 stock. Well a 2012 at least.
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The r/t is limited to 143 stock. Well a 2012 at least.
I will let you know what the 14 is limited to shortly....
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I took my Charger R/T up to 145mph on an old air strip and I could begin to feel the lift in the front end, and it's lowered on Eibach springs. Backed off once it started to get "light".

How does the Durango feel? Is it good and planted at 125+ or do you feel the lift as well?
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118 Stock Hemi Crew.
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I had 22"s on it and the windows down and it was rock solid. Felt the same as going 60 and felt like it had more to go.
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I've got to get the Diablo!
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Got it
Mine has been eliminated on my 93 tune with my trinity but I dont think Ill be taking it up to 140+
No place to safely do that in NJ, Maybe Ill travel thru Montana one day...
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Yes there is, NJMSP http://www.njmp.com/experiences/#njmptrackdays. I know its far for you, but I am taking my Charger RT this spring. Even if you do it once just to see how she does.
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