Save your money. Intakes, exhaust and super chips will cost a lot of coin without much in the way of power gains. You're best bet would probably be a re-gear if your rig is slugish. It's a Jeep, not a sports car afterall
if your running stock tires and are wanting more power for road use for mid range/higher than 2k rpm so you wont be passed by every prius and minivan. Ide look at upgrading the exhuast first and increasing the pipe size to like 2.5 all the way or 3.0 A nicer set of headers can help also but go find some cheap ones on e-bay with the same design as the banks and rugged ridge but for much less. A performance chip on the other hand aint guna help much at all beside possibly lowering your idle to save on gas. Unless you do massive upgrades to the engine and change to a better flowing cam your not guna get a difference for the hefty price tag the chip carries with it. For the aspect of intake dont play with it until you have allow your engine to breath out better first and keep the stock box for offroading. If your looking to gain power because of bigger wheels, regearing to an appropriate ratio will make the most notable difference in acceration. Chips are just really too expensive to justify the very small differences on a stock enigne setup.
Exhaust and intake will not do you any good. Do not waste your money. I did the exhaust with a Flowmaster and it changed nothing except it sounds better and will now pass the safety inspection. The intake on the Jeeps is pretty wide open too so you will not have any advantage there.
2000 Sahara, 3.5" Rubicon Express Lift, 1" spring spacer & 1" Body Lift, 33" or 35" BFG Mud tires, Front & Rear ARB, Rancho 9000 shocks, UCF Ultra High Belly Up
I did a stage 1 jet chip, 180 deg thermostat, headers, I run 93 and 31's. I had a new exhaust installed with new pipes and cats, only the muffler is stock. Inake is stock with a little homemade modification, it was pretty much as free flowing as you can get. Actually if you take out the curved inlet in the airbox, it's too wide open. The air filter gets dirty and can't filter everything so the butterfly on my throttle body gets stuck. Next are bigger injectors. In not saying it's fast but you'd be surprised for a wrangler with 100000 miles on it. The torque is the best part though especially since the TJ is under 3000 lbs.