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Old 01-24-2011, 05:17 PM   #1
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Enough Power?

If I put a Jet performance Stage 1 module and a AIRAID cold air dam on my 2010 4 door will this provide enough power to run 35" tires?

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Old 01-24-2011, 05:24 PM   #2
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No, changing your gears will help though.

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Old 01-24-2011, 05:27 PM   #3
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Neither of those will have a truly significant impact on power.

I don't know how much power you would consider "enough." If you're looking to have it feel as if you're on factory tires, then you'll need to regear. Cost varies, but I'd expect it'd be about $1500.

Here's an example: (Jeep Re-Gearing Package).
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OK thanks. What gear ratio would i need?
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Automatic or manual?
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Automatic, but i think now i have changed my mind on what size tire i want. cause i really don't want to get into the back end or front end. i may just run some 33" tires instead. Thanks though.
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Neither of those will have a truly significant impact on power.

I don't know how much power you would consider "enough." If you're looking to have it feel as if you're on factory tires, then you'll need to regear. Cost varies, but I'd expect it'd be about $1500.

Here's an example: (Jeep Re-Gearing Package).
Do you run these gears? Are they good?
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Old 01-24-2011, 09:08 PM   #8
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Do you run these gears? Are they good?
I do not so I don't know. Just tossed them up as a price/product example for the OP. I'm in stock 3.21s for the time being.

That said, the vendor posts on here quite a bit, so if you're thinking about them, maybe shoot him a PM? I'd think he'd be flamed mercilessly if they were junk . . . .

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