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#21 (permalink) Old 11-15-2012, 03:25 PM
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I was on the JET performance website and the now have a Jet V-Force Plus Performance Module for the 2012.

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They also have an upgraded hi flow MAF sensor for the 05-06, cant see why it wouldnt work in the 12

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I'm not too convinced on the Jet. I think I'll probably be going with Hypertech or save up a little more $$$ and go for the UpRev.

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Yea rikrong that's my thought too. But it is another option. I'm thinking a bully dog or up rev if I can save the skittlebots. Although I've heard from other people that the bd doesn't quite work yet on the 2012 sports and u gotta supply a vin to get a custom dl module

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Airaid Quickfit Synthamax & Prefilter
Airaid Throttle Body Spacer (No TB mod)
Hypertech Tuned (93, WOTR, 650 RPM)
Coverking Spacer Mesh Seat Covers (Black/Blue Inside)

Dear lord... please allow this dangerous combination of hair spary, bat slobber, and D.O.T. four automatic transmission fluid to excite my mind, occupy my spirits, and enrage my body, provoking me to kick any man or woman in the back of the head regardless of what he or she has or has not done unto me. All my Best, Earlie Cuyler.
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I've had no problems using the Bully Dog in my 2012. Honestly, you'll not see any better MPG without changing your driving habits, but don't let that stop you from getting one. Have you ever gunned your truck from a full stop? If so you've felt that surge in power around 35 to 40 mph. The BD can get rid of that restriction so you can have access to that power at lower speeds which equals unparalleled fun! Pretty sure that any tuner that works on a Frontier can do that.

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Yea ive looked into those, pretty nice unit. I liked the driving coach feature, but where to put it with all my other crap in there...

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Dear lord... please allow this dangerous combination of hair spary, bat slobber, and D.O.T. four automatic transmission fluid to excite my mind, occupy my spirits, and enrage my body, provoking me to kick any man or woman in the back of the head regardless of what he or she has or has not done unto me. All my Best, Earlie Cuyler.
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lol, I admit it is expensive for how simple it is, but it's one of those things than I didn't want to take the time to make myself

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Joe, did you notice much improvement with the Magnaflow? Did you install it the same time as the CAI? I ask because I have the NISMO CAI and the Bully Dog and am wondering if the exhaust is worth it. I don't care about the sound I am looking for power/mpg, or more accurately optimum motor output.
I love the Bully Dog, I have installed another in my Dodge Cummins and will install it any other vehicle it will apply to. I had a CAI and the larger tires installed the day I purchased my truck and the tires really bogged it down. The Bully Dog really woke this truck up. I have it on the 91 octane tune and going from Portland, Ore straight up I-5 to Olympia I can get 23 mpg if I drive by the driving coach. That's driving without touching the pedals, using the cruise control and staying at a sweet spot of 63mph.
But it is sooo much fun to smoke kids in hopped up hondas, sentras and full size trucks with V-8s "and more power".... I have no idea what the actual numbers are but the 'butt dyno' leads me to think that it is significant.
I have the BDGT, the Nismo CAI and the Magnaflow 15880 system on my rig. The only really noticeable diff with the exhaust is way better top end breathing and a little better throttle response, both mostly due to the stock y-pipe replacement.
Love the BDGT! BIG difference, unfortunately you don't get the trans shift point mod option or tire size option with the fronty version
You do get to turn off the WOT under 40 restriction. Comes in REALLY handy offroad, especially in sticky mud and snow.

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I have the BDGT, the Nismo CAI and the Magnaflow 15880 system on my rig. The only really noticeable diff with the exhaust is way better top end breathing and a little better throttle response, both mostly due to the stock y-pipe replacement.
Love the BDGT! BIG difference, unfortunately you don't get the trans shift point mod option or tire size option with the fronty version
You do get to turn off the WOT under 40 restriction. Comes in REALLY handy offroad, especially in sticky mud and snow.
I think it said that you can change the trans shift points, just not the way you want too. If you increase the redline, the shift points increase the same amount.

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