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CRAP!! That was the next thing I wanted! lol Well guess I'm getting slotted rotors and new pads first then :(
LOL! Jet Chip said they were redesigning the module for the 2.2 ECM.....call them when you're ready....just don't hold your breath:lol:
 

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better off going with the trifecta tuning for 2.2 owners then.
 

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^^^^ Agreed !
 

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What's the price on the Trifecta, is there a link, and what other mods should I have or need before doing it? Prob intake, cat-back, headers, DP at least... right?
 

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How hard is it to install a jet chip.
The Jet Chip module is fairly easy to install -- the instructions that come with them are not the best as they have a generic GM ECM pictured so it will not be clear on which connector it goes on. Depending on the year and engine you have make sure you get the correct module for your car and then call the tech line number provided in the instructions to identify the connector on your ECM to use. Sounds stupid, but people have installed it in the wrong place!!!!!!

Basically you disconnect the negative ground on the battery and unplug the connector to the ECM, insert the Jet Chip Module in the ECM (pull out the module's clamp -- look at how it clamps before installing it), then install the connector to the module. Reconnect the negative ground to the battery and you're done.
 
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