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7/30/2004
09:51:58

Subject: Jet, stage 1 or 2?
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I have a 2000 4.7L dak. All I've done to it is put the Airaid intake on and homebrew the piping for it and added a Flowmaster 40 series muffler, single 3 inch in/ dual 2.5 inch outs. I am going to also swap out my t-stat for the 180. I was looking at getting a Jet Chip for my truck b/c I've heard more good things than bad about them. I just wasn't sure which to get. I don't see myself adding headers or swapping cams or anything in the very near future, so I thought I could just go with the stage 1, but it says that the stage 2 is meant for low temp t-stats. I also wasn't all too thrilled about having to have to run 93 octane all the time. Help please? Thanks.



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7/30/2004
10:44:41

RE: Jet, stage 1 or 2?
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Got to kennebell.com and get the Optimizer II for the 4.7L. Or better yet get a hold of some one at krcperformance.com. They can flash a program into you computer that will be awesome. Both of these things require sending you computer in. Which means a little down time for your truck. BUT...you should spend your money on something that has real results. A jet chip doesn't have any results.



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7/30/2004
14:54:42

RE: Jet, stage 1 or 2?
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Ran a Jet stage 2 for quite some time. What a POS. Save your
money for something that will actually benefit you!!!



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