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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-19-1999, 07:12 PM
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Jet chips for 2.5L Jeeps?

Does anyone know if they make Jet Chips for jeeps with 2.5L, i know they do for the 4.0L but do they for the 2.5L?
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-20-1999, 08:26 PM
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Re: Jet chips for 2.5L Jeeps?

I've never found one, however, If you can find a good local shop, you can have the use their computer to retune yours with the same effect as a Jet chip only a little cheaper.I'm haveing mine done as soon as the shop I work at gets a slow day again. I'll post an update when I have it done.

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Re: Jet chips for 2.5L Jeeps?

Cool let us know how it turns out and what ya did!

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Save your money, they ain't worth the powder to blow 'em to hell.
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I wouldn't waste the money on a jet chip. '95 and '96's have completely different pcm's. A '95 uses a sbec, and a '96 up uses a jtec. Jeeps already push performance to the limit with their factory program. Someplace out there is a article that used to be on a 4 bangers united website that used a 4.0 throttle plate on a 2.5 which worked great at high altitude. Junk yard performance that worked.
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Agree don't waste the money

Best bang for your buck on a 2.5 is to get a 4.0 throttle body and replace the 2.5. You need to swap the sensors but it is still a easy swap.

I bought a crapload of preformance mods for my 2.5 and in the end the only thing I kept was the 4.0 throttle body.
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