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Old 11-15-2004, 02:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone have a comment on the Jet Performance Stage 1 module? I bought one for my '03 Rubicon; it lasted 18 mos before frying the instrument cluster in the Jeep. Jet sent a new one, and this lasted 2 weeks. Water got into the socket and corroded some pins and pin sockets. I removed the module and gas mileage increased. I'm not happy with the thing, but Jet won't refund my money. Anyone else have any experience with this? You can respond direct to me at mtnhi71@charter.net. Phil
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Those things are crap anyways. Intake and exhaust mods are always the best bang for your buck.
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Does anyone have a comment on the Jet Performance Stage 1 module? I bought one for my '03 Rubicon; it lasted 18 mos before frying the instrument cluster in the Jeep. Jet sent a new one, and this lasted 2 weeks. Water got into the socket and corroded some pins and pin sockets. I removed the module and gas mileage increased. I'm not happy with the thing, but Jet won't refund my money. Anyone else have any experience with this? You can respond direct to me at mtnhi71@charter.net. Phil
My buddies Jet chip causes some bad misfires on his TJ.
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I ran it for a while. It caused my Jeep to stall continually while wheeling. I gained a little top-end power, but lost it in the low end. Not worth it for wheeling.
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