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Chrysler PT Cruiser Jet Performance Chips

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So far so good

Reviewed By John R (PHOENIX, AZ) Reviewed for a 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser —12/20/2012 9:02 PM

I've only had it on the car for a couple of days (2005 PT Cruiser Turbo HO) I did a number of things at the same time. MagnaFlow cat-back exhaust system, K&N intake system, Throttle body spacer, Pulsar plugs, MSD plug wires, Screamin-Demon coil... The car runs much stronger particularly noticed significant gain in the low end and transmission shifts are much quicker (auto trans). The cat-back system is a little louder but not annoying. To early to know if any MPG improvement. Feels like more HP

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Easy

Reviewed By Michael C (Cypress, TX) Reviewed for a 2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser —4/2/2010 12:09 PM

The module came when promised and was a snap to install. Everything seems to be working as advertised, but will have to put some miles on it before I know for sure.

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My expereince with the Jet Chip for 2006 PT Cruiser

Reviewed By Steven c H (Haughton, LA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser —5/13/2008 8:38 AM

First off I got the Staage I chip for a 2006 PT Cruiser. My mileage has increased about 2-2 1/2 mpg. I am now getting highway mileage in town. I haven't tested performance as of yet because of the price of gas I am trying to take it easy for now. I like the fact that I don't have to use premium gas with the stage I. The only problem is with installing the chip. It is not as easy as the instructions say for this particular install. There is ZERO clearance for the chip between the computer board and the brake fill resivor cap. removal of the computer module or modification of the wiring harness is necessary. Even with the modification the wiring harness is pressing on the neck of the cap and the cap has to be forced into place. This was not the case on my '99 Wrangler. I was simply unplug the harness, place the chip, and replug the harness. I wish the Crusier had been that east.

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