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Old 10-23-2007
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does any one a JET Performance Programmers
http://store.summitracing.com/partde...=1#Application
if so was it any good or do i need to just stick to an x2
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Old 10-23-2007
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Xcal2 is the shiznit. If there's anyproblems....you can actually speak one on one with the guy who designed it.
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Old 10-24-2007
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i have the jet module.. but i'm switching to the xcal2 as soon as i can. you'll find that MAJORTY of the trucks on here have the rogue.

http://www.stuffforyourranger.com/st...dbce8e18d47e8b

similiar, but more options!
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whats the difference between the rogue xcal2, and the xcal2 by doug?
are they the same thing or what?
i was looking at the rouge tuner and it didnt list any torque tunes..which is what i am looking for...but it seems as if the doug guy can give you torque tunes with his xcal2?
just a little confused.
thanks
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Old 10-24-2007
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is the jet module any good because i dont have the money to get that x2 yet
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The XCal2 is an XCal2, regardless of who you get it from. The difference is in the tunes. HP/Torque/Tow are generic lables for tunes. Whatever you want can be made and if it is specific, a data-log tune will pinpoint the needs. Either way, you'll be much better off and far happier with an XCal2 (from anyone), than with the Jet or other devices.
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Old 10-31-2007
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hey tanner, when i started upgrading my ranger when i was in high school, i started with a kn intake, flowmaster, and the jet module. i like it because if you want performance, rpms will go all the way up to 4000ish smothly w/out that annoying pause at 3000. and if you wanna conserve gas, it gives you enough power so you can stay below 2500, during daily driving, and still keep up with traffic.

i guess that smart choice would be to wait, and save $$$ (its only like an extra $100 isnt it?!?!)
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I have the Jet and its good, my mpg went down a bit because I cant stay off the throttle though
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well i bought the x2 last week just waiting for it to come in
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