Viper Gen V Race Control Module Kit Features:
- Revised fuel, spark and cam position tables that maximize power increases associated with engine modifications and/or exhaust systems
- Aggressive off-throttle exhaust note
- Requires min 93 octane fuel.
- Rev limit increased to 6600 rpm with decreased hysteresis.
- Allows racing approved final drive ratios from 3.07:1 to 4.10:1.
- First to fourth gear skip shift eliminated for racing use.
- Catalyst monitor disabled to allow the use of high flow / or no catalyst and headers
- Air flow rationality diagnostic disabled which permits greater range of flow modifications
- Misfire detection disabled to permit reduce mass rotating assemblies and further modifications
- Includes all 2014 production updates.
- Not intended to work with superchargers, turbochargers, nitrous or power levels above 675 BHP
This device is not legal for use on pollution-controlled vehicles certified for use on streets or highways. Once this device is installed, use of the vehicle on a street or highway is a violation of the Clean Air Act, potentially subjecting the operator and the installer to civil penalties.
This Race Control Module Kit can only be installed by an authorized SRT dealer Specialized installation tools are required including use of an appropriate Scan tool to
set up the Race Control Module.
Electronic Throttle Control (ETC) Relearn Procedure
This vehicle is equipped with an Electronic Throttle Control (ETC) system and requires the ETC RELEARN procedure to be performed when your new Race PCM is installed. This procedure checks the Accelerator Pedal Position Sensors (APPS) to make sure that idle and full pedal travel can be reached on both sensors
This procedure requires the use of the appropriate Scan tool. Failure to perform the ETC RELEARN will cause the throttle not to respond to the accelerator pedal limiting engine output. It will also set the Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) and activate the Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL).
VIN and Odometer Reset
The vehicle’s mileage and vehicle identification number (VIN) must be updated when the race control module is replaced.
This procedure requires the use of the appropriate Scan tool. If this step is not done a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) may be set.