Wheel hop

Asked by Jul 11, 2014 at 10:22 AM about the 2013 Dodge Challenger R/T

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have bad wheel hop problems with my 2013 5.7 hemi . It is stock and the best time I can get for 0-60 is 4.17. I have to pedal the dog out of it  to get that time. I also practiced a lot. I have never had the car over 75-80 mph and only have put 800 miles on it in 19 months. I have looked a the hop not kits for $500.00 dollars but I have heard that there are problems with them . I will go off warranty in a year I am installing a JLT cold air intake I just got it from UPS. I am going to install new pipes with an H pipe instead of x pipe as the H crossover develop more torque and HP. Any help or comments would be very helpful. I plan on doing it all myself and long term I am looking a putting in  a stroker kit and cam.  So I will put in 3 inch pipes and 60smmufflers . Mike

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Don't forget to do the ECM mods too.

I am not sure how the ECM mods will help with wheel hop. It used to be simple in the past , put on a pair of traction bars and problem solved, with IWS, I think that the Hop Not product, may be the only answer. Thank you for your time Mike Johnson

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the ECM mods will help with the engine mods, not the wheel hop.

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I have a 2010 with the hoP not and the hOp not.. Does help!! I still get some hop but not as bad as what it was

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