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Jet Performance Chips

Started by The War Wagon, October 18, 2013, 07:03:29 am

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The War Wagon

Any good in our RC's - epsecially the Stage 1 module, which is what I'm looking at for mine?  To wit;

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   Dodge/Jeep Module | Stage 1
Part #: 90002

The JET Performance Module for Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep vehicles is a JET exclusive. Dynamic Spectrum Tuning provides power gains across the entire power band-not just at full throttle. Point by point air/fuel ratio, ignition advance and various other tuning points provide performance gains of up to 25 horsepower. Improves throttle response, acceleration and low end torque. Simple, plug-in installation in less than 30 minutes. More Details     Installation Instructions



Stage 1-For stock or mildly modified vehicles. Fuel and timing curves are modified for optimal performance and mileage using less expensive, lower octane fuels. Programming is designed to burn fuel at peak efficiency, which results in improved performance and mileage. Daily drivers can use lower cost regular fuel for potential mileage gains, but for optimal performance gains use of mid-grade or better is recommended.


   PRICE: US$319.95

   
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Restoring/building a War Wagon - good advice ALWAYS welcome!
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rjtx667

you have a 360 or a 318? If you have the 318 and are MPFI get a mopar performance computer.. you will like it more.
1935 Dodge KC Truck
1991 &1993 RamCharger
2000 RamCharger
2005 Cummins
1935 Dodge KC Truck
1991 &1993 RamCharger
2000 RamCharger
2005 Cummins

The War Wagon

Quote from: rjtx667 on November 26, 2013, 12:10:22 am
you have a 360 or a 318? If you have the 318 and are MPFI get a mopar performance computer.. you will like it more.


That was pretty much the consensus at Dodgetalk forums!  :thumbsup:
Restoring/building a War Wagon - good advice ALWAYS welcome!
Restoring/building a War Wagon - good advice ALWAYS welcome!