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Jet Performance Module Part #89505 Customer Reviews
4 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Leroy B (Upper Marlboro, MD) Reviewed for a 1995 Ford F-250 — Jun 19, 2014 11:48 AM
I am very pleased with what this stage one module has done for my vehicle. I don't have any figures but the "seat of the pants" feeling is great. I travel in the mountains of western Pa. and hills that I used to have to drop back to 3rd gear to climb I now climb in OD without effort. I am also not burning as much gas as before. As a result of this unit I have purchased modules for two of my other vehicles. I had questions for Jet's tech dept and they were excellent.
Reviewed by Jon E V (Alva, FL) Reviewed for a 1995 Ford F-150 — Apr 23, 2008 8:31 AM
If I had any idea what I would have to go through to get to the ECM on this vehicle, I would never have purchased the chip. The control module is located between the driver side kick panel and the fender, behind the emergency brake. To get to the module, you have to remove the nuts from the engine side of the firewall, and slide the unit out into the engine compartment, plug the cip in, then re-install the ECM into the firewall. I had to remove the plastic fenderwell to get enough room to slide the ECM out. The chip may have added a little spunk to the engine, but it is not really that noticable. I may notice a difference if I took it out, but I am not curious enough to go through the hassle.
Ships Between 3/27 - 3/29
- What Do You Drive?
- Part #:89505
- Typical horsepower gains: 15-18
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