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JET Performance Power Control Module

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Power Control Module
$266.21
Power Control Module
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     I have a 2002 8.1 L work horse in an RV I need More  torque  at the low-end 1500 RPM  to about 3500 RPM possibly lower more torque .  This is Motor Home with the biggest Chevy transmission made  would like a plug-and-play 

    Asked by: Stan man
    This would be a good add-on for your vehicle. They generally add up to 25hp by just plugging in.
    Answered by: Jon Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2017-09-26
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