The new srt8 has a 392 and the older ones have the 6.1 . I heard some one saying the 6.1 is faster and has more power . What do you think
I read about their "warranty abuse" concerns but c'mon Dodge. Out of the hundreds of thousands of 2011+ 5.7's and 6.4's only a very, very small fraction are going to get tuned, and of that small fraction only a smaller fraction might get something replaced that was broken under a heavy tune.Dodge has always been stingy with software to the performance minded consumers.Ford and Chevy send aftermarket suppliers samples and info to start making parts and tunes before a model comes out.Dodge was changing PCMs every two years because I heard that they have to release the info to the public then so they have already changed to a new Software.They have always given tuners hell for the last 10-12 years and it sucks.When new models or software is used it takes a while for the programmers to figure out the system for performance tunes,then they can wake them up even more. Just been my observations with Dodges last 10 years. I was also told that they do this to prevent un necessary warranty claims due to aftermarket parts being installed,then blaming the failures on the manufacturer.
They are doing full PCM swaps to 10 PCMs. I have a 2011 Ram and have the same problem. Mine is only a 5.7 but has the same encryption.as of right now Arrington Performance is the only company able to tune the 11 and 12 cars..