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Post Hypertech Programmer - 2010 WK - good idea?

Afternoon gents,

Thinking about putting buying a hypertech programming for 2010 WK. I drive alot of highway miles and it has the weak V6 . I'm not really looking for better MPG, but power. This thing acts like a slug sometimes when I really need it to GO!

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Has anyone else done this? What did you see, any improvements? Any recommendations to improve power?
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I used the hypertech on my 2008 commander 4.7. A little better gas mileage but you tap the gas and the jeep wants to take off. Much better performance and power. Jeep shifts much smoother too.
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I used the hypertech on my 2008 commander 4.7. A little better gas mileage but you tap the gas and the jeep wants to take off. Much better performance and power. Jeep shifts much smoother too.
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I used the hypertech on my 2008 commander 4.7. A little better gas mileage but you tap the gas and the jeep wants to take off. Much better performance and power. Jeep shifts much smoother too.
Your 08' with max energy tuner, can u change shift firmness? Coz with my 4.7L 05' wk I can't
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With your 08' can u change the shift firmness with ur max energy tuner? Coz with my 05' wk 4.7L I can't love the extra power but would have loved to of been ablw to change the firmness
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