The best thing to do is give it at least half a year to a year for the aftermarket to catch on. "Stage" mods are generally expensive and over-rated. The best performance lies in custom work and some creativity, not "stages" that manufacturers create to suck in dollars from ignorant owners who don't know any better.
Wait till the car comes to dealers and people get their hands on it... then see what's lacking first and foremost (225+ tires for one) and then upgrade accordingly.
Yeah, it is kind of odd that a part rolling out of Mopar is not going to be covered under warranty but I can only assume that because of the Turbo Upgrade, if misused, could lead to a real loss in $ for them...
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