2014 Challenger

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2014 Challenger

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We need a 2014 5.7 Chally in house next week for some development testing, anyone interested, please post up!

Free intune DCX for anyone who can leave us their vehicle for a day or two, and loaner vehicles are available.

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BUMP!!
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I currently have the 2014 Challenger R/T Plus with Mopar accessories (interior and Exterior). Is this offer still available? and Where? I reside in San Diego, Ca.
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thats a bit far to travel for testing.
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Can you educate me about your test vehicles that are being requested? I own a 2014 Challenger R/T and am located in Tampa, Fl. What's the process you have set, legal aspects, financial agreements? Your assistance would be appreciated.
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Well, we've actually already released the 14 R/T support, but there's not much to it.

You bring us a vehcile, we give you a truck, we tune it, you pick it up a few days later, and shortly after that, you get a Free tuner :)
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Which truck? I'd let you have my car for a month if I could take the Duramax. Or even longer. Long enough to convert all of you to the dark side. Once you go German, you never go back..... unless you need a pickup that Germans don't sell, right Johan? :twisted:
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Mike_Levy wrote:Which truck? I'd let you have my car for a month if I could take the Duramax. Or even longer. Long enough to convert all of you to the dark side. Once you go German, you never go back..... unless you need a pickup that Germans don't sell, right Johan? :twisted:
the duramax is one, we also have a nice new 14 sierra, and the old 04 F150.
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2014 Challenger Blacktop edition, K&N CAI and Competition magnaflow exhaust, if your interested
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they are currently supported :)
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Re: 2014 Challenger

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Hello. I have a vehicle I have been looking at getting tuned for awhile now. I have a 2014 Dodge Challenger 3.6L V6 that I purchased myself when I graduated high school. in addition to many mods I have installed, I have installed electric exhaust cutouts on my vehicle that switch from stock exhaust for highway to wide open pipes for city and track. The wide open pipes need a completely different tune then the stock highway exhaust. I am a student at Florida State University in Tallahassee so I do have a very tight budget. I have been looking at local tuners and there is only one reliable local shop that does it, and they are expensive and don’t offer a multiple tune option like I am seeking.

Please let me know if you would be interested on using my vehicle. I have family in Palm Beach so I could arrange to go down for a few days that works with our schedules. Even if you are not interested any helpful information that could lead me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.

If you could contact me through my email or phone it would be greatly appreciated.

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Email: rickchildress0825@gmail.com
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Open pipes don't need a different tune unless the cutout are up before the cats. Whoever told you it does knows nothing about cars, engines or fluid dynamics.
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It does need a tune. The shift points are off so as of now it shifts at way too high rpms.
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Where do you have the cutouts installed? I've never seen a motor need a new tune from opening the exhaust behind the cats.
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Re: 2014 Challenger

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Mike_Levy wrote:Where do you have the cutouts installed? I've never seen a motor need a new tune from opening the exhaust behind the cats.
I have them installed in place of the resonators. I need to change the shift points because the loss of back pressure is screwing them up. Mines a automatic. I use the auto manual mode most of the time but it gets to be a pain. I also want the tune to make my car better overall regardless of the cutouts.
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