New Jet Performance Modules Available From Summit Racing


New from Jet Performance – the Stage 2 Module for 2010-16 Camaro V8. It’s geared toward serious street performance and complements cold air intakes and free-flowing exhausts. See more details below.

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Jet Performance Modules have been wringing more performance out of computer-controlled engines since—well, since computer-controlled engines have been around. The modules interface with a vehicle’s Engine Control Unit (ECU) to modify things like ignition timing, air/fuel ratio, transmission shift points, coolant temperature, and rev limits for more power and better overall performance.

How much of a performance increase differs from vehicle to vehicle, but Jet isn’t shy about posting dyno charts or track testing results. Average gains range from 10 to 50 horsepower without a negative impact on fuel economy. In some cases, gas mileage is improved over the stock tune.

Jet breaks its performance modules into two stages.

Stage 1 is for stock or slightly modified vehicles. These tunes are compatible with 89 octane fuel, making them a good choice for daily drivers, tow vehicles, and mild street machines.

Stage 2 is for serious street performance. An excellent complement for common performance modifications like a cold air intake and free-flowing exhaust, Stage 2 modules have aggressive programming including a modified timing curve and altered thermostat threshold. Jet recommends 91octane or better grades of gasoline.

Most Jet Performance Modules are 50-state legal—you can check CARB compliance at

Installing a Jet Performance Module will not void your vehicle warranty. Summit Racing offers Jet modules for hundreds of vehicle applications for Jet Performance Modules, including these popular models:
• 1986-2014 Ford Mustang
• 1981-2016 Chevy Corvette
• 1981-2016 Chevy Camaro/Pontiac Firebird
• 1991-2015 Jeep Wrangler
• 2008-16 Dodge Challenger

Summit Racing also carries Jet V-Force Plus Power Control Modules with 14 selectable tuning programs; Powr-Shift Modules that combine a Stage 2 module with aggressive transmission programming; and Six Pack Performance Chips that let you select one of six tuning programs at the touch of a button.


  • Average gains range from 10 to 50 horsepower
  • No negative impact on fuel economy
  • Available in 2 stages

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Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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