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yes, I read all through that catalog. could not find a mention of the Durango anywhere. everything read like it was for the Challenger?Here is the link to the catalog. No specific mention of any of these parts working for the DDHC. Would assume the standard HC stuff should work, but I guess we wait in see. Our engine flash file is different already with 100 RPM higher redline and 710 HP vs. 707 HP.
2022 Direct Connection Catalog
yes one single pic, and no mention of mods for the 5.7L HEMI either. the only mention of the 5.7L at all was the 345 crate engine and its accessories.There was a single smokey picture of a Durango in the Catalog.
I have never relied on Mopar or other manufacture of aftermarket parts. Mopar is the red headed step child of the auto industry and they cause it themselves by locking down the PCM with military grade encryption and programming obfuscation. If you want aftermarket support that is insane, get a GM or Ford product. But I have never purchased a vehicle with intentions of spending $$$ to improve it's performance beyond exhaust. (for the noise only)yes one single pic, and no mention of mods for the 5.7L HEMI either. the only mention of the 5.7L at all was the 345 crate engine and its accessories.
thank goodness I bought a TNG. I'm not seeing much love for the 'regular' 5.7L HEMI so far from Direct Connection.
Yeah I did a little bit of searching and that is the Warnock Building. Last thing I can find is from 2012. Back in the day they were the ultimate Dodge Dealer.I remember hearing about Warnock Dodge but can't remember where it was located.
You might be correct that it is now Nielsen.
Many German AutoMakers have been doing this for years. Brilliant idea for the Dodge Boys to continue the HC legacy while banking serious coin without actually being able to sell new models. I would be all over a Stage 2/3 knowing that its being backed by Dodge and warranty is not compromised. With the limited one year production, these cars with the Stage upgrade along with its documentation would make it an Ultimate Unicorn.Now it all makes sense why they tried to lock down ECU's. An attempt at cornering the market. I'll wager other automakers are watching this VERY closely. Either Ford or GM will be next. My money is on Ford.