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Jet Performance Module Part #90016 Customer Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by dylan l (Kennewick, WA) Reviewed for a 2003 Jeep Liberty — Feb 10, 2009 2:13 PM
I think the Jet Chip is a lil over rated...I didnt see much of a power gain, but what I did see was a drop in gas mileage from 19 mpg. to 16.6 mpg!
Reviewed by DAVID T (Moody, TX) Reviewed for a 2002 Dodge Ram — Jun 13, 2008 8:29 PM
Like some of the reviews I've read this module smooths out the acceleration, and it feels quicker. I'm driving an 02 Dodge Ram 1500 w/ a 3.7 ltr. engine so I'm not going to go challenge anyone to a race but like I say I'm driving a pickup w/ a 3.7 ltr. engine so any increase. without a decrease in mileage so so worth it.I have not done an accurate check on mileage but it doesn't seem to have hurt any. All this to say yes I'd buy again, and AutoAnything was the best price I found.
Reviewed by Sean M (Cabot, AR) Reviewed for a 2002 Dodge Ram — Nov 11, 2007 9:10 PM
I am very happy with the results! Installation was easy; about 5 minutes. I noticed a difference the first time I drove it after intalling the chip. My truck has more low end "pep", accelerates more quickly and maintains speed when going up hills. (it used to have trouble maintaining speed up hill). For the record, the 3.7L won't win many races, but with the chip, air raid intake, and K&N filter (using stock air box) I am happy with the modest level of performance and the fact that I still get 20+ Mpg on the highway. (I have noticed about a .5 Mpg increase) Sean
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