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    If our will my R/T go down to 4 cylinders when I am in Cruise control?
    2019 5.7
     
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    Even if you do a cam swap you will still need to disable it in the ECU.
     
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    Thank you! Will keep it as it came from the factory
     
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    I disabled the MDS with a tuner in my 2006 300C 5.7 Hemi. I didn't want to rick the dreaded dropped valve seat that may or may not occur, the MDS being one of the many things that can cause this in the early model 5.7 Hemis.
     
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    It can be annoying sometimes as you lay on the accelerator, but once the cylinders are reactivated all the joy does back, haha
     

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