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Ryo Jan 19, 6:55pm - #378089 

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JET Performance ECU Chip

Wow... I got my ECU back a couple days ago. Here are the stats before and after!
Before - After
HP: 180 - 204
0-60: 7.3 - 6.9
Top Speed: 140 - 156
The chip isn't cheap it set me back about $360.00... I think it is worth every penny! My next $250 will go towards getting the V-Force Power Control Module. Which is a 20mhz RISC microprocessor that optimizes the ignition spark advance and recalibrates the fuel map for optimum horsepower and acceleration. Also made by JET. With those two parts plus after I upgrade my fuel pump and ignition set up from stock to street I will ball park it at around 225 - 245 horsepower.


ECU chip:
http://www.nopionline.com/nopistore/dsp_...20Celica%202002
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http://www.nopionline.com/nopistore/dsp_...20Celica%202002

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ct Jan 19, 7:01pm - #378090 

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now watch in a week as your results disappear...poof! your ecu has detected something wrong and has re-set your settings to stock thumbsup


btw-we need to see a dyno.

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Zero Jan 19, 7:01pm - #378091 

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sweet ass... Jet might be the only chip that will work for the Celicas.

those are nice gains and seems to be more legit than the "chips" you can buy from ebay thumbsup thumbsup

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ChiNeyBwoy Jan 19, 7:07pm - #378092 

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Do you feel a big diff?
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Ryo Jan 19, 7:07pm - #378093 

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Originally Posted by ct
now watch in a week as your results disappear...poof! your ecu has detected something wrong and has re-set your settings to stock thumbsup


btw-we need to see a dyno.

I didn't Dyno I used my friends thing. It plugs into your grit lighter and mounts on the dash. It's like a 200 and some odd dollar thing he has. Very nifty! Also tells you your G-force durring turns and shit!

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ct Jan 19, 7:08pm - #378094 

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so you used a jet chip and a g-tech to figure out your hp gains? eek

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Ryo Jan 19, 7:13pm - #378095 

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Originally Posted by ChiNeyBwoy
Do you feel a big diff?
Oh my god yes! That's a hell yeah! I drove home normally and when I left again that night I romped on it durring the on-ramp. I felt it pull a lot harder! I really wanna see what it will do if I upgrade my stock fuel and ignition set up!

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ct Jan 19, 7:15pm - #378096 

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please let us know if you still have the same performance in a week or two...

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GTS_Rosh Jan 19, 7:17pm - #378097 

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I'm hoping to have faith in the JET ECU, if it does in fact work, so hope you can dyno your car. That's the only true way to determine if you gained anything.

Using the GTECH for HP readings sucks. But you said your 0-60 went down from 7.3 to 6.9, which is almost 1/2 sec faster. Did you test it on the same road and launched exactly the same? Otherwise you can't count on that being accurate either.
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Ryo Jan 19, 7:18pm - #378098 

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Originally Posted by ct
so you used a jet chip and a g-tech to figure out your hp gains? eek
I didn't use the "chip" to figure out anything. Just my friends appliance thing. I don't know the name but i'd be happy to let you know when he gets back from work. thumbsup

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Ryo Jan 19, 7:20pm - #378099 

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Originally Posted by ct
please let us know if you still have the same performance in a week or two...
No prob! It's been 6 days now so i'd say around day 14 i'll check the stats again and let you know where i'm at! If i can dyno it i will! thumbsup

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QTRMLR_1 Jan 19, 7:48pm - #378100 

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Originally Posted by Ryo
With those two parts plus after I upgrade my fuel pump and ignition set up from stock to street I will ball park it at around 225 - 245 horsepower.


right... rolleyes

oh with a turbo?

The PFC is the best and even with the best tuning and upgrades available so far, N/A people have not seen 225 hp at the crank. That may be possible with cams. But certainly not with what you listed.

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Ryo Jan 19, 8:01pm - #378101 

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Originally Posted by QTRMLR_1

Originally Posted by Ryo

With those two parts plus after I upgrade my fuel pump and ignition set up from stock to street I will ball park it at around 225 - 245 horsepower.


right... rolleyes

oh with a turbo?

The PFC is the best and even with the best tuning and upgrades available so far, N/A people have not seen 225 hp at the crank. That may be possible with cams. But certainly not with what you listed.

No way... i disagree and i guess the only way to prove it is when i dyno... ::sigh:: ...But then at least i will prove you wrong! MWHAHAHA! I will dyno with, JET ECU Chip, TRD Exhaust, DC Headers, Injen CAI, and Upgraded fuel and ignition! I will prove to the world that all motor celi's can get over 225! OVER 225 I TELLZ YA!

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ct Jan 19, 8:02pm - #378102 

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Originally Posted by QTRMLR_1
Originally Posted by Ryo

The PFC is the best and even with the best tuning and upgrades available so far, N/A people have not seen 225 hp at the crank. That may be possible with cams. But certainly not with what you listed.


everyone knows this...but i want to give him a fair shake and see what happens.

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Ryo Jan 19, 8:06pm - #378103 

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Originally Posted by ct
Originally Posted by QTRMLR_1
Originally Posted by Ryo

The PFC is the best and even with the best tuning and upgrades available so far, N/A people have not seen 225 hp at the crank. That may be possible with cams. But certainly not with what you listed.


everyone knows this...but i want to give him a fair shake and see what happens.

OH THANK YOU! And btw it was a G-Force Pro Performance Meter RR.

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Zero Jan 19, 8:13pm - #378104 

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^^^ well, no one has tested the Jet Chip before, so we cant say for sure. yes i do know that most "chips" will be overridden by the ECU but you would think NOPI knows better than to sells things that will not work.

But I do agree that without a turbo, he might not be able to reach or break the 225hp range. most likely if the jet chip and other product that is suggested works he can get to at least 210hp. we'll just have to see what happens. thumbsup

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speed_celica Jan 19, 8:21pm - #378105 

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Is the unit just plug and play? Is there any tuning involved?
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Ryo Jan 19, 8:32pm - #378106 

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Originally Posted by speed_celica
Is the unit just plug and play? Is there any tuning involved?

No it is soldered on to my ECU. The V-Force Power Control Module is wired in some way considering it is a what it is.
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celicadragon Jan 19, 9:28pm - #378107 

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let us know as soon as you dyno

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ct Jan 19, 10:15pm - #378108 

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Originally Posted by Zero
^^^ well, no one has tested the Jet Chip before, so we cant say for sure. yes i do know that most "chips" will be overridden by the ECU but you would think NOPI knows better than to sells things that will not work.


NOPI knows it works on certain cars...but i doubt it workd for ours. Check new celica...people were disappointed thumbsdown

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QTRMLR_1 Jan 19, 11:03pm - #378109 

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anyone want to put money down?

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first you need a real dyno
then you gotta tell us if the factory ECU slaps what you did outta the way and just goes back to normal

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andrews Jan 20, 1:43am - #378111 

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drkramm Jan 20, 1:53am - #378112 
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jet repalces some of the ecu chips so it will not reprogram it self like it will with a safc or other piggy back unit

hey thats a 20 minute phone call
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Blondie Jan 20, 2:04am - #378113 

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very nice

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Ryo Jan 20, 2:10am - #378114 

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Originally Posted by drkramm
jet repalces some of the ecu chips so it will not reprogram it self like it will with a safc or other piggy back unit

THANK YOU! I thought so too but i didn't say anything cause i thought if i was wrong CT would eat me alive like his freaking cat stuffing his face.
>>>Just playin' CT love the icon!<<<
Anywho yeah i'm going to run the celi again for stat changes a week from now right before i install the control module and my fuel & ignition set up. After that is all outa the way i'ma dyno it. I might spring for flywheel and clutch before the dyno cause the shit ain't cheap and i don't wanna have to be back in there a month from then scartching my head wondering if the clutch did anything. Oh! Can't forget the AEM true power pulley! thumbsup

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BigTony Jan 20, 2:12am - #378115 

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how's the clutch gunna improve your hp wtf

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Ryo Jan 20, 2:17am - #378116 

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I guess with all these extra buys I am springing for in a hurry cause I wanna break 225hp now, Santa is coming late this year! thumbsup

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jeiger Jan 20, 2:17am - #378117 

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Read up about all the people having their oil pumps fail catastrophically while using aftermarket pullies before getting one yourself.

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Ryo Jan 20, 2:29am - #378118 

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Originally Posted by BigTony
how's the clutch gunna improve your hp wtf

Well gee i wonder... a lot of HP get lost in the drive train and tranny and never makes it to the black top. I'm try to help make sure all my ponys get to where they need to be! thumbsup

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read up on how AEM pulley isn't like the other pullies noob rofl

so wait, this won't make the ECU go back to normal?
hmmmm

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Ryo Jan 20, 2:31am - #378120 

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Originally Posted by jeiger
Read up about all the people having their oil pumps fail catastrophically while using aftermarket pullies before getting one yourself.

LOL! WOW! Yeah might wanna look into that huh? rofl

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VSGTS14 Jan 20, 2:33am - #378121 

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Originally Posted by Ryo
Originally Posted by BigTony
how's the clutch gunna improve your hp wtf

Well gee i wonder... a lot of HP get lost in the drive train and tranny and never makes it to the black top. I'm try to help make sure all my ponys get to where they need to be! thumbsup


yea you get a little torque outta it and hp
best to do it with a lightened flywheel also.

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
read up on how AEM pulley isn't like the other pullies noob rofl

so wait, this won't make the ECU go back to normal?
hmmmm

DAMN SHOT DOWN! Owch i felt that one... I can work on Black Hawks but i guess a Celica is out of my league?! rofl Yeah i always read on shit before i buy it. So, i'm sure i would have caught myself on that one anyway. But thanks for the info! thumbsup

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Ryo Jan 20, 2:35am - #378123 

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
Originally Posted by Ryo
Originally Posted by BigTony
how's the clutch gunna improve your hp wtf

Well gee i wonder... a lot of HP get lost in the drive train and tranny and never makes it to the black top. I'm try to help make sure all my ponys get to where they need to be! thumbsup


yea you get a little torque outta it and hp
best to do it with a lightened flywheel also.

That was the plan. grin

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GTQuentin Jan 20, 2:42am - #378124 

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well i hope it works despite the criticism. the PFC cost too much anyway.
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and PFC don't work with 03 up GTS frown

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AZZKIKR Jan 20, 2:45am - #378126 

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This thread is worthless without a dyno...
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Zero Jan 20, 3:34am - #378127 

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^^^ rofl

well, RYO told me that he sent his ECU to Jet where they soldered the chip onto the ECU. If the improved conditions last, they prolly did something else to the ECU. thumbsup

BTW, I plan on making some Chips for the Celica, anyone interested? rofl rofl

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ct Jan 20, 3:58am - #378128 

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Originally Posted by Ryo
Originally Posted by drkramm
jet repalces some of the ecu chips so it will not reprogram it self like it will with a safc or other piggy back unit

THANK YOU! I thought so too but i didn't say anything cause i thought if i was wrong CT would eat me alive like his freaking cat stuffing his face.
>>>Just playin' CT love the icon!<<<


we'll see... rofl

if you got a dyno (not a g-tech) and/or a timeslip (on a real track) in around 2 weeks then i'll believe it. too many people have tried this at new celica.org and it's been beaten to death... rofl

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Ryo Jan 20, 4:13am - #378129 

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Originally Posted by ct
Originally Posted by Ryo
Originally Posted by drkramm
jet repalces some of the ecu chips so it will not reprogram it self like it will with a safc or other piggy back unit

THANK YOU! I thought so too but i didn't say anything cause i thought if i was wrong CT would eat me alive like his freaking cat stuffing his face.
>>>Just playin' CT love the icon!<<<


we'll see... rofl

if you got a dyno (not a g-tech) and/or a timeslip (on a real track) in around 2 weeks then i'll believe it. too many people have tried this at new celica.org and it's been beaten to death... rofl

Damn you're giving me two weeks to do all of this? In a week i'll post if the ECU is still pushing. Give me 2-4 weeks for the purchase and install of the other parts and dyno. Shit i'm not superman... My wallet isn't that deep...

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Originally Posted by GTQuentin
well i hope it works despite the criticism. the PFC cost too much anyway.

Thank you i'll be sure to thank you when all is over with! thumbsup

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BigTony Jan 20, 5:00am - #378131 

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just wondering, but how did it know your top speed?

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ct Jan 20, 5:42am - #378132 

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Originally Posted by Ryo
Originally Posted by ct
Originally Posted by Ryo
Originally Posted by drkramm
jet repalces some of the ecu chips so it will not reprogram it self like it will with a safc or other piggy back unit

THANK YOU! I thought so too but i didn't say anything cause i thought if i was wrong CT would eat me alive like his freaking cat stuffing his face.
>>>Just playin' CT love the icon!<<<


we'll see... rofl

if you got a dyno (not a g-tech) and/or a timeslip (on a real track) in around 2 weeks then i'll believe it. too many people have tried this at new celica.org and it's been beaten to death... rofl

Damn you're giving me two weeks to do all of this? In a week i'll post if the ECU is still pushing. Give me 2-4 weeks for the purchase and install of the other parts and dyno. Shit i'm not superman... My wallet isn't that deep...


no...i meant do it after two weeks...and a run at the track shouldn't be too expensive...plus some dyno places go for around 45-65 bucks

if you mees with the air/fuel ratio you'd want to dyno anyway rather than just put a chip and leave it be...

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QTRMLR_1 Jan 20, 9:58am - #378133 

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I'll bump this thread in a month if I don't see it around.

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Ryo Jan 20, 7:31pm - #378134 

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Originally Posted by BigTony
just wondering, but how did it know your top speed?

2am + 4.5 mile stretch + Celica = Finding Top Speed thumbsup

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^^^ Honestly i'm not trying to sound cool nor would i recomend anyone to try driving at those speeds. The only reason i knew i could go it safely and get away with it is b/c i grew up in my town. I know it like the back of my hand. DON'T BE A DUMBASS AND TRY GOING 140 EITHER. Unless you have the driving exp and you know what your doing. No, watching TF&TF or 2F2F doesn't count as knowing how to drive. thumbsdown
STAY SAFE! DRIVE SMART! thumbsup

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ct Jan 20, 7:38pm - #378136 

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Originally Posted by Ryo
Originally Posted by BigTony
just wondering, but how did it know your top speed?

2am + 4.5 mile stretch + Celica = Finding Top Speed thumbsup


from a stop? or a roll?...

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AdamVIP Jan 20, 8:33pm - #378137 
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Originally Posted by AZZKIKR
This thread is worthless without a dyno...


I agree
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Lucky_317 Jan 20, 10:25pm - #378138 

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rofl to have 225 hp you'd have to be around 192whp. thats NOT likely rofl

also the g-tech is highly reliant on vehicle weight. and it gives you whp #'s NOT crank hp. so what did you use for weight?

also if that is 204 bhp then you're at 174 whp assuming a 15% loss. thats average for most people having I/E only.

so tell me again why this "chip" is so special????? I myself dynoed 170 whp with I/E and 185 WHP after the power fc.


but hey if you're happy, that all that matters I guess.

but until you get real dynos don't try posting all over the boards that this is the greatest mod ever. cause from what you've shown so far it's not worth $1 let alone $360 thumbsup

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