what could I do for a better take off?

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Asked by Apr 27, 2015 at 05:35 PM about the 2012 Dodge Charger SE

Question type: Car Customization

I have a 2012 Dodge Charge 3.5L V6, i installed a CAI and I also have the Diablosport Intune i1000-DCX (haven't really played with it too much), but after I am still slow taking off. Like I said I haven't played with the programmer too much and I'm sure that would help, but I am not really sure how to work it that well right now, and any advice would help. Thank you.

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Does your car have traction control? Try turning it off.

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I have tried that. Before the programmer i couldnt stall past 2 rpm now it has gotten a little better but when i take off it dont jump out of the gate like i would like it to. It will start catching up speed after 2nd gear. I am trying to change my gear ratio with the programmer but im having trouble with it, since im new to this one.

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