I'm skeptical. They can't even spell Infiniti right half the time on their website. I hope the same guy writing the html for their website isn't the same guy writing code for the ECU. JWT only does Nissan/Infiniti ECU's, so I would have more confidence in them.
There was a writeup with Dyno runs on the JET ECU. It showed the SR20DE lost power when it was installed. Damn! I can not remember where that was. The guy was going to put his stock ECU back in and test it again. Then put the JET in again for back to back runs
I have not heard much good about the JET ECU for the SR20's.
i have emailed jet three times asking about their chips for the g, and have gotten no reply. i must say that i have one in my jeep, and a friend has one in his gmc truck, and we both noticed a pretty good gain in power. here is the email:
I own an Infiniti G20, and have been interested in increasing the horsepower by purchasing your chip. So, I have done some research and found some interesting things I would like to ask about.
I am a member of the se-r list, which is a nissan sr20de mailing list, and there have been very negative comments about your product. I found in the archives a message stating, "I would avoid the jet chips at all cost. We read a jet chip and found it to be exactly the same as stock. Not one bit of code changed!" I also found, "I just spoke with Adam at Stillen concerning the JET ECU. At Stillen they have some very serious concerns about the JET Chip for the SE-R. Apparently what Stillen is observing is the JET ECU performs exactly, yes exactly, I mean precisely, no difference, not a cent, none, zero variance from the Stock system. Here is what I think: I don't think this is an accident Stillen has observed no difference. The JET system is just snake oil or worse. I think it is a re-badged stock part. Probably why they don't have a core change is because they just put a few
fake chips in and put a JET Sticker on a IC or two. Maybe the put in the dynamic odor sensing technology to it. Bottomline: Caveat Emptor. Consider yourself warned that I believe the JET ECU to be of NO value to HP or anything even remotely related to performance for the SE-R."
Just to let you know, I am a customer of yours. I have a module and thermostat for my 1993 Jeep Wrangler, and have noticed an increase in power. Please let me know your feelings on these comments. Thank you very much.