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Think Sport traction is most wheel spin and Street is least. Track (road course) somewhere in middle.

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Think Sport traction is most wheel spin and Street is least. Track (road course) somewhere in middle.

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I’ll definitely have to do some research as to what the best settings would be. In my Redeye, I left transmission in Track and the rest in street and it handled alright. Definitely will involve lots of testing!
 

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Very nice looking ride you got yourself. You will have to keep us posted after you run it down the strip. I’m sure you will have some fun trying different settings.
 

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I’ll definitely have to do some research as to what the best settings would be. In my Redeye, I left transmission in Track and the rest in street and it handled alright. Definitely will involve lots of testing!
I run my HC suspension in sport mode full time & it's my daily driver. Trans always in sport
 

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I run my HC suspension in sport mode full time & it's my daily driver. Trans always in sport
From what I understand, leaving the suspension in street is for better traction. I guess it leaves the lower lower than normal and it’s easier for it to hook. I could be wrong though.
 

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From what I understand, leaving the suspension in street is for better traction. I guess it leaves the lower lower than normal and it’s easier for it to hook. I could be wrong though.
I like to turn a little better. I'm not out there racing it :D
 

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Beautiful car! Is that a 20 or 21? I wanted an Octane Red Super Stock and couldn’t find anything within 2000 miles, so I ordered a 21. I would have much rather had a 20 (and had it sooner! I’m 2 weeks into my 3-4 month wait).
 

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Beautiful car! Is that a 20 or 21? I wanted an Octane Red Super Stock and couldn’t find anything within 2000 miles, so I ordered a 21. I would have much rather had a 20 (and had it sooner! I’m 2 weeks into my 3-4 month wait).
It’s a 2020! The manager of the dealership told me only 190 of these exist in the US
 

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From what I understand, leaving the suspension in street is for better traction. I guess it leaves the lower lower than normal and it’s easier for it to hook. I could be wrong though.
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The Challenger SRT Super Stock’s uniquely tuned Bilstein high-performance Adaptive Damping Suspension (ADS) helps to shift as much weight as possible to the rear tires at launch for maximum traction.

When Track mode is activated on the Challenger SRT Super Stock, the front Bilstein shocks are set for firm compression and soft rebound damping, while the rear Bilstein shocks are set for firm compression and firm rebound damping. That configuration is maintained as long as the car runs at wide open throttle. When the driver backs off the gas pedal, the system switches to soft compression and firm rebound, front and rear, for improved handling.

During Track mode, the traction control system is disabled to enable the rear wheels to spin for a burnout, but the electronic stability control system remains engaged to help the driver with straight-line performance.

 
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