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Unichip vs. Jet: The Best Way to Increase Horsepower & Gas Mileage

The Benefits of an Unichip Performance Chip

The Benefits of a Jet Performance Module

Selecting the Right Performance Chip to Boost Your Ride

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Product Comparison


Jet Performance Module Unichip Performance Chip Jet V-Force Plus Power Control Module Unichip Flux2 In Car Display

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From $113.95


From $444.95 /each


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From $285.95 /each


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Customer Rating

Price/Value

Ease of Installation

Quality

Appearance

4.00 Average Customer Rating

(1k+)

4.0 4.5 4.5 4.5
4.00 Average Customer Rating

(46)

3.5 4.0 4.0 4.5
3.50 Average Customer Rating

(23)

3.0 2.5 3.0 3.5
5.00 Average Customer Rating

(1)

Available Colors




Black Red

Available PDA Control Kit

No


No


No



Backlit Display




Yes


Bolt-In Installation

Yes


Yes


No



Features

Bolt-In Installation


Bolt-In Installation


LCD Display


Real-Time Gauge Readouts


Backlit Display


Logs Performance Data


OBD-II Port Installation


Reads/Clears Trouble Codes


Updatable Online


Fuel Type

Gas


Gas


Gas


Diesel


Gas


Full-Color Display




No


In-Cab Control Switch

No


No


No



LCD Display

No


No


Yes



Logs Performance Data




Yes


OBD-II Port Installation




Yes


On-The-Fly Power Control

No


No


No



Reads/Clears Trouble Codes




Yes


Real-Time Gauge Readouts

No


No


Yes



Recommended Use

Performance


Performance


Performance


Performance


Stacks With Programmers

No


No


No



Touch Screen Controls




No


Updatable Online




Yes


Warranty

Lifetime Warranty


1-year warranty


Lifetime Warranty


1-year warranty


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Jet & Unichip Customer Reviews

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Reviewed by Hieu V (Oakton, VA Reviewed for a 2004 BMW 5-Series—2008-04-18 17:47:56

I was amazed at how easy the installation was as it only took me about 15 minutes, and I am mechanic. The acceleration is better, the shift point is greater and so far, the mpg is better. I've only had the module for less than a week, but so far, I'm completely satisfied with its performance.

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2004 Silverado Z71 /5.3L

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Reviewed by Tim W (Elkin, NC Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Silverado—2007-06-01 19:30:30

Great product very good all around performance and better gas mileage what more can you ask for.

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Ask & Answer

Asked by John B.

12/11/2011 2:00:33 PM

John T

Jet Tuner or chip?

Staff Answer

Answered by Michael K. — 12/20/2011 5:31:02 PM

Hi John, Jet makes both a tuner and a chip (module) for your Ranger. Both deliver an increase in horsepower, torque and overall performance. The difference lies in how each is installed and the user interface. The chip plugs in under your hood and stays put. It has no adjustability, selectable tunes or readout. The programmer plugs in under your dash and gives you some in-cab control as far as tuning goes. It’ll also calibrate your speedometer and let you read and clear diagnostic trouble codes.

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Asked by Anonymous A.

6/28/2012 12:34:13 PM

What's the difference?

How is a chip different from a programmer?

Staff Answer

Answered by Elizabeth C. — 6/28/2012 1:02:44 PM

Basically, chips plug right into your vehicle’s PCM and stay there, constantly working. There is usually no choice between tunes, diagnostics or monitor display. Though some do have several tunes, they require wiring and a switch to be installed as well. A programmer is handheld or dash-mounted device that connects to your PCM via the OBDII port. Programmers give you a greater range of tuning, diagnostics and monitoring capabilities. They’re more user friendly, and much easier to uninstall.

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