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Whats the difference between Stage 1 and Stage 2 Power Tuning?

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Whats the difference between Stage 1 and Stage 2 Power Tuning?

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Stage 1-For stock or mildly modified vehicles. Fuel and timing curves modified for optimal performance and mileage using midgrade fuel (89 octane or better recommended). Good for daily driving, towing and street performance. Improves horsepower, torque, overall acceleration and throttle response. No other modifications to vehicle are required, but the Stage 1 programming will work with most aftermarket upgrades without using premium fuel. Stage 2-Designed for the performance enthusiast, the Stage 2 features more aggressive programming to make the most horsepower and torque available. The Stage 2 programming requires use of 91 octane fuel to optimize the advanced timing curves, a 180 degree thermostat to provide a denser air/fuel mixture and a free flow exhaust system to reduce back-pressure. The stage 2 will also enhance the performance of aftermarket intake systems, mass air sensors, TBI spacers, etc.

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Stage 1 Tuning is designed for the stock engine with very little modification. It requires the use of 89 or higher octane fuel for best results. The Stage 1 tuning will work in conjunction with other modifications to increase performance (intake upgrades, exhaust upgrades, etc.) Stage 2 Tuning is designed for the performance enthusiast. Premium fuel is required to extract the maximum benefit from the new tuning. Other modifications, including less restrictive exhaust, modified air intake, and 180-degree thermostat, are recommended prior to using the Stage 2. Get the ultimate horsepower and performance from the Jet Performance Chip Module for your Jeep Liberty. The easy installation takes just minutes to bring out the best from your vehicle.

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Stage 1 Tuning is designed for the stock engine with very little modification. It requires the use of 89 or higher octane fuel for best results. The Stage 1 tuning will work in conjunction with other modifications to increase performance (intake upgrades, exhaust upgrades, etc.) Stage 2 Tuning is designed for the performance enthusiast. Premium fuel is required in order to extract the maximum benefit from the new tuning. Other modifications including less restrictive exhaust, modified aid intake, and 180 degree thermostat are recommended when using the Stage 2 to enjoy the full benefits of this more aggressive tuning. Although a new thermostat is recommended its not necessary, unless you live in a warm climate area. Will Power Tuning hurt my engine in any way? No. Best power is always made when air/fuel ratio and the spark tuning has been optimized for maximum power, meaning maximum “push” on the piston during each power stroke. Damage occurs if the air/fuel mixture is too lean, meanin

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Stage 1 Tuning is designed for the stock engine with very little modification. It requires the use of 89 or higher octane fuel for best results. The Stage 1 tuning will work in conjunction with other modifications to increase performance (intake upgrades, exhaust upgrades, etc.

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Stage 1 Tuning is designed for the stock engine with very little modification. It requires the use of 89 or higher octane fuel for best results. The Stage 1 tuning will work in conjunction with other modifications to increase performance (intake upgrades, exhaust upgrades, etc.) Stage 2 Tuning is designed for the performance enthusiast. Premium fuel is required in order to extract the maximum benefit from the new tuning. Other modifications including less restrictive exhaust, modified aid intake, and 180 degree thermostat are recommended prior to using the Stage 2. If JET Performance Power Tuning is so great, why didn’t the factories do it that way? The factory program is designed for the average driver and is set to take a wide variety of operating conditions and driving styles into consideration. Consequently, stock calibrations aren’t set to provide maximum power because they have to accommodate drivers who may use poor quality gasoline. For a real hi-performance person, premium is

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