Reviewed By Frank B (Madison, AL) Reviewed for a 2015 Jeep Wrangler —11/28/2017 3:23 AM
Calibrated 35 inch tires to read the right speed Turned off TPMS
Reviewed By Michael H (Bothell, WA) Reviewed for a 2008 Jeep Wrangler —8/7/2017 9:26 PM
Does a lot of cool things, Was a little disappointed that it has no control of the Rubicon sway bar disconnect, as some reviews state. It will turn off the warning light it the user has bypassed it in some other manner. In addition, locker control seems to be there in 2wd and 4 hi also, but in mine, I have to be stopped to engage the lockers with the td2. The switch allows locking while moving, but only in 4low. I have had the td2 lock up a few times and require a power cycle to reset.
Reviewed By John C (OOLOGAH, OK) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Suburban —12/2/2017 12:45 PM
2001 Suburban 5.3L which was very anemic before I bought the I3 tuner. Was skeptical with the Plain Vanilla appearance, and lack of full display, but it is not lacking in the Performance Department. I first used the Default 87 octane setting. I pull a 26 ft Warrior Toy Hauler with a Honda GL1800 Goldwing in the back, that bike adds 900+ lbs to the load. The Suburban is being asked to pull more than tongue weight rating, doing a super job and added 3+ MPG while towing.
| Jeep Wrangler X Performance Chips |
Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Performance Chips
| Jeep Wrangler Sahara Performance Chips |
Jeep Wrangler Sport Performance Chips
| Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Performance Chips |