2022 Durango R/T+ AWD Diamond black/black
Is anyone having an issue with doing over 118 MPH?
I was just never use to having restrictions on a vehicle I ownThe standard R/T is not meant for speeds as high as you seemingly want to go.
In fact, in my standard RT it gets a tad squirelly at 100mph+.
The standard R/T is no match for my other vehicles I had, SRT8 Challenger and SRT10 Ram.
The SRT10 Ram I had to 150mph and it was stuck to the road.
The Challenger I had to 140 and it was OK.
Nothing Dodge has put out since they dumped the Viper tweaked my interest plus I value my life a bit more now in my 50s. LOLAnd just 1 question......if all your other vehicles were SRT's why did you get an RT....lol I know my answer of why I didn't $$
Oh it's 118 I know that for a factI'm pretty sure the RT without TnG is limited to 118. I know my 2018 RT was. Now we have the TnG package which raises that to 145, specifically because of the higher rating for the tires and the suspension changes. I'm not 100% sure but I think the SRT is even higher.
Time to upgrade…. (Not my photo
I just want to know that I can do what my speedometer states.....not like I didn't spend good $$ could have just got a base modelThe 3.6 is not faster. By the time the 3.6 gets to 118+, the Hemi R/T been there done that and is at MckyDs for some french fries. The 1/4 is the tell all for Dodge vehicles, not top speed.
I understand that. I just think you have very limited options here unless you want to modify the tuning and go down that rabbit hole. (Voiding warranty and all)I just want to know that I can do what my speedometer states.....not like I didn't spend good $$ could have just got a base model
Must have H rated tires...clearly the 5.7L is going to push the Durango more than 2 mph faster than the 3.6L.As listed on line at Michigan.gov/msp, the 5.7L Durango Pursuit tops out at 130, while the 3.6L version (both were AWD) was 128mph.