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Just traded up my 2006 SRT8 for a 2013. As much as I enjoyed that car this is a major upgrade!

Anyway I'm looking for tuner, CIA and possibly exhaust suggestions.

Thanks for the help!
 

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Just traded up my 2006 SRT8 for a 2013. As much as I enjoyed that car this is a major upgrade!

Anyway I'm looking for tuner, CIA and possibly exhaust suggestions.

Thanks for the help!
mopar cold air /k&n trinity

and for the exhaust is your choice.
 

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Nope, and probably won't, only reason they got tuning for twelves is because they bribed a guy at Chrysler, true story, thank god I got a '12, 13's and up are bust unless u do a PCM swap


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So the 2012 And 2013s cant get a diablo tuner at all
The 2012's can get tuned, supercharged, turbo'd, and utilize performance upgrades, the 2013 can not, to be honest, at this point, adding cold air, exhaust, ported throttle body, underdrive pulley, would be completely useless performance wise, these cars already have an aggressive tune from Chrysler and without the ability to tweak it the performance mods will not make the car noticeably faster it would only make it louder and lean out the system would will lead to increased engine knock which can and will eventually cause engine damage. I would not do any performance mods without being able to tune, even a catback will cause an annoying check engine light. But to be fair, as far as a serious upgrade of a supercharger or head and cam package goes for the 2012 or 2013, it would be a waste of money without a PCM swap, the diablo software is very limited to what it can do, there are normally over 2000 parameters that can be tweaked in a normal tune (CMR) with our cars 2012 that is, there's only 64, so for real deal mods you gotta swap the PCM
 

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Thanks for the replies. It sounds like it's pointless to do any performance mods without the ability to add a tune. On the upside, this may save me a good chunk of change ;-)
 

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Nope, and probably won't, only reason they got tuning for twelves is because they bribed a guy at Chrysler, true story, thank god I got a '12, 13's and up are bust unless u do a PCM swap


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SRTGR8T: Where did you hear about bribing a guy at Chrysler? I wondered why Chrysler kept the code locked for a year and then suddenly released it. Makes sense now.
 

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Not yet. I had to wait 2 years to get this very same upgrade for my 2006. Chrysler doesn't release their codes so it's a bit of a crapshoot to see if anyone can figure it all out. The folks at DiabloSport are pretty good at this and I'm sure they will figure it out...eventually...
 

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No wonder Im struggling so much to find someone that can tune my 12' 6.4...I did the drop in K&N air box filter. Previous owner had the Magna flow exhaust in it. Other than that, just waiting on a tune to wake her up.
 

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No wonder Im struggling so much to find someone that can tune my 12' 6.4...I did the drop in K&N air box filter. Previous owner had the Magna flow exhaust in it. Other than that, just waiting on a tune to wake her up.
You're bringing a nearly seven-year-old post back ftom the dead. If you're looking for a tune, you have plenty of options in 2020.
 
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