Only if you want more crap going into your engine. K&N's are not all that great at filtering. Best to stay with the factory set up. It's about as efficient as you can get in regards to filtering and cool air intake.Would abetter filter such as a K&N help?
Fully agree. 3 years/36000 miles. I’m past 3 years now, and am weighing options myself. Leaning towards hellion twin turbo kit. But wouldn’t try it under warranty. As far as nitrous, I am not a fan, but it will be the quickest, easiest, cheapest way to add power. Also probably the easiest to put back to stock if needed.Any tampering or modifications would void your powertrain warranty.
I would wait on this.
Mopar does offer a replacement CAI kit for the 3.6 Chargers (P#: 77070045AB), but it probably doesn't add any horsepower or anything of that nature.Looking for a safe horsepower increase limit that won't damage the engine. I have a 2020 GT currently with 300 HP and looking to mod to get to 400 without major mechanical changes.
The RIPP supercharger just crests the torque input by a whole 8 foot pounds, but that's probably the best your gonna do, and that kits $5,800, without tax.Mopar does offer a replacement CAI kit for the 3.6 Chargers (P#: 77070045AB), but it probably doesn't add any horsepower or anything of that nature.
To be honest, the thing I would worry about along with the motor (of which, as sickboy said, the 3.6 doesn't really like boost) is the transmission too. The 850RE can handle about 368ft-lbs of torque. You probably won't be at that number if your goal is just 400hp, but it's always good to know what your stuff can handle.
It's the shift speed. Nothing to do with throttle response. Chrysler published the speed of shifting years back, it is tuned for each model; the more power you have, the faster the shifts. No control over it.Pedal commander? As I understand, throttle response won’t make any faster, just feel that way. Could be wrong though. Also shift harshness. Just feels faster.
What ever is done, please document and post. All information will be valuable to the next enthusiast
See if they'll reprogram it to 2021 Pursuit specs (model code 28A, AHB package).It's the shift speed. Nothing to do with throttle response. Chrysler published the speed of shifting years back, it is tuned for each model; the more power you have, the faster the shifts. No control over it.