Take advantage of your well-tuned engine and the good grade of gasoline you're using with Jet Performance Chips. Depending on your vehicle, Jet Performance Chips either replace your stock computer chip, piggy-back the stock computer chip, or plugs into the back of the stock computer. Jet Performance Chips will not void your warranty and are fully legal in all 50 states. They don't change the emissions from your stock tuning chip for any federal or local emissions test. Jet Performance Chips can boost your horsepower and torque output by 10 to 15 percent or more when combined with other non-invasive modifications like underdrive pulleys and cold air intakes. Jet Performance Chips are available for most domestic and imported vehicles, so you're sure to find the one that's right for your ride.
Jet Power Chips replace the stock ECU chips in your vehicle's fuel injection or ignition computer and remap your injection and ignition curves, assuming you maintain your vehicle and use high-octane fuel. Jet Power Chips give you a 10 to 50 horsepower boost that is legal in all 50 states, even California. Factory programming is designed for the average driver and takes a wide variety of driving styles and operating conditions into consideration. Because of that, the stock calibrations are not set to provide maximum power to accommodate people who don't use high-quality fuel or maintain their vehicles properly. Jet Power Chips tune your vehicle for the conditions you're driving in by using a dynamometer to measure horsepower output while altering the information stored on your vehicle's chip, maximizing your vehicle's power output.
Jet Computer Chips effectively reprogram your air/fuel mixture and your timing, which helps your vehicle run closer to its true potential. You aren't overdriving your engine with Jet Computer Chips; you're just taking out that margin of error built in by the manufacture to compensate for the average driver that doesn't use high-grade gasoline or maintain their vehicle properly. Your vehicle's computer uses information from sensors to control air/fuel ratio, spark advance, shift firmness, shift points, top speed, rev limit and axle ration. The computer uses this information to deliver the optimum settings at a given moment. Jet Computer Chips can result in power gains from 10 to over 50 horsepower on supercharged or turbocharged engines, and typically give you zero to 60 mph improvements of about 1/2 second. Plus, they're legal in all 50 states and won't void your warranty.