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did any of u know that in the summit catolog that there is a plug in from jet performance products for all three engines. here are the module number jet-68005 for 2.4,2.5, and 2.7 liters. jet 68006 for 3.2,3.3,and 3.5 liters. and the price is 199.95.
 

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I would be very warry of Jet chips. They make alot of claims and don't usually deliver what they say.
 

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They are junk had one on my 99 Dakota on the dyno no gain at all. One of the Mopar Mag had a story on Neons. Jet chips were slower than even the stock.
 

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jet-68005 for 2.4,2.5, and 2.7 liters. jet 68006 for 3.2,3.3,and 3.5 liters. and the price is 199.95.
I don't have the latest Summit catalog, but the above just sounds wrong. The 2.4 and 2.5 are 4-cylinder engines, while the 2.7 is a V6. One chip fits all? The 3.2 is an overhead cam all-aluminum engine, while the 3.3 is an old OHV cast iron design. The 3.5 is either the old iron block or the new all aluminum cammer. How could the same "chip" work for such different engines? Gotta wonder about that. :confused:
 

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I asked JET if they made a chip for
our R/T's. They told me they did and
it cost $259.95. They claim a gain
of 10-12 hp. But you have to hard wire
the chip into something, so its not
just a plug-in and go. I would be very
wary of any JET products. I will just
settle for my KN air filter and the
Flowmaster dual exhaust.
 

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i like to thank all of u's for the information on jet products. i'll just get a k/n air filter and maybe change the exhaust to duals one of these days. i'll keep mines stock.
 

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I wrote Jet...here it is.....

> I am looking for an ECU upgrade for my 3.2L 2000 Dodge Intrepid.
> I noticed this package #65001 for the Intrepid listed under the Imports. It
> was the same as the Neon, Avenger, BMW, Integra as well as some others. I
> know I would have to send the ECU to you but on your official site, the
> Intrepid is not listed in either Domestic or Imports. Question is, can you
> do anything for me?
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We do have an ecu upgrade available for your application. The ecu upgrade does require that the factory ecu be sent to us for modification. You must purchase the upgrade package before sending the ecu to us for the modification. Suggested retail is $299.00, and the part number is 65001. The ecu upgrades are all done per the application, in other words, do all the modifications you intend on doing before you get the ecu upgraded. That way the program can be set up for the specific modifications.Hp gains would be dependant on the extent of modifications.
Another ASE deal, or what?
 

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According to the 2000 Intrepid brochure, I could have sworn all the 2nd gen engines were aluminum block.
I'd swear that too, since it is true. But the original GenI 3.5 had a cast iron block, just as the 3.3 had an iron block. The quoted text grouped the old 3.3 with the 3.2 and 'some' 3.5 ( which one? who knows ). ;)

...jet 68006 for 3.2,3.3,and 3.5 liters....
 

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Not sure about the 2.7L, but the 3.2 and 3.5 in the 2nd gen's are the same aluminum block engines.
 
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