That is not the MDS causing that. Have you tried the throttle calibration?mikesmagrt said:i have read alot of complaints about erratic performance . "sometimes feels like the car is bogging " i personaly noticed this letting a friend drive . he floored it and it just didn't go . thought it was something he did but i noticed it the other day when i went to pass someone , just didn't seem to accelerate right .
I believe you're right. The computer tends to learn driving habits, particularly the non-aggressive ones, so if you don't have your foot in it for a few days, it seems to respond that way. Don't know why that's necessary. Part throttle (or light-load driving) should be designed or mapped for economy, and full-throttle should respond as such every time, IMO. Why would you not want max power at full-throttle?hemiwagon said:I believe that when some company cracks the computer and we can shift like the autostick is designed to shift and the rev limiter is raised just ever so slightly we will feel the full potential of the magnum.