2010 Dodge Challenger 5.7
Reviewed By Richard S (Owosso, MI) Reviewed for a 2010 Dodge Challenger —8/3/2010 8:37 PM
I just installed it with a 180 degree thermostat, free flow cat-back exhaust and a cold air intake. I needs time to break-in, let the computer adjust to all of the modifications then I'll have a more thourough review, but for right now it reminds me of the old days when the secondaries kicked in on a four barrel carburator, now if I had a test track rather than a busy two lane highway...I could really get on it like I'm supposed to. The only drawback is no rev limit control, it needs to redline at 6500 or 7000 not the stock 5700. Hmm
2009 Challenger V6 Installation, and Report...
Reviewed By George R (Gilbert, AZ) Reviewed for a 2009 Dodge Challenger —5/26/2010 3:48 PM
The Jet Module was recieved within two days, was well packaged, and was impressive and professional looking. The instructions were straight foward, complete, and great decal. Installation was a problem, installing the ECU back in its proper area was so tight I had to use a breaker bar to spread the plastic housing to re-install, had me worried I would damage the ECU. Re-connected battery terminal and started her up, no problems there. I have run three tanks of 91 octane, and am IMPRESSED WITH THE MILEAGE GAIN, I do not run my tank below 1/2, but have seen five miles per gallon increase so far. As far as horsepower increase, that has increased as well, not as much as I would have liked, but there are no miracles out there. I have K&N intake, JBA shorty headers, and cat back dual exhaust, all in all, great product, and great gas mileage, worth buying, and great value.
Love the results...but take note
Reviewed By Jason N (Ponce, PR) Reviewed for a 2009 Dodge Challenger —8/6/2009 9:22 AM
You must run the high octane gas to really get a noticeable feel in power. The gas mileage actually increased from 17-18 to 19-21 (I laid on it all week and I still got those numbers so they should probably be bettter than that). Would I recommend..sure. I have a 2009 Challenger R/T Hemi and it have made a nice addition....now I am adding the K & N and all done with the bolt ons...