I suspect a lot of people, maybe most people, might describe the absence of "chirping" tires as excellent torque management and intelligent driveline design. Design which avoids unnecessary and possibly damaging driveline stresses, especially in a vehicle intended to haul/tow a fair amount of weight.
Don't let the grumpy old timers shoo you away. Lots of good info on this forum. You just have to accept some sarcasm, pot-shots, and off-the cuff criticism. Kind of comes with the territory, when old geezers get in front of a keyboard with an opportunity to spout off.I am new to this forum, and it appears some members are easily offended when someone has a little dislike with Ram. This may not be the forum for me.
Again thanks to those that replied.
I do know the difference between a Corvette and a Ram, i own both.
Moderator, feel free to remove me. Thank you.
Hptuners and some free time.Thanks to all that replied. I'm kind of glad it's not an isolated problem. I just think it's weird when it shifts at wide open throttle, the gForce that is pushing you back into the seat goes away, causing my head to fall forward until it slowly shifts up, then repeats and so on.
I am guessing this transmission is an adaptive/learning type trans. But how do you teach a new horse on old trick ?