How it works:
Most modern vehicles have an ECM (Electronic Control Module) that translates pedal travel into electronic signals in order to provide power to the wheels.
The ETC system (Electronic Throttle Control) – also known as drive-by-wire – has the unfortunate downside of delayed throttle response and subdued acceleration, creating problems in certain circumstances such as up-hill starts, quick gear changes, overtaking, etc. The Sprint Booster aims to overcome this throttle response delay by providing crisp on-tap acceleration at the driver’s disposal.
- At low revs, the engine responds at approx. half the time in comparison to before
- The delay time whilst accelerating in 3rd and 4th gear and the engine in the mid-range, is almost zero
- Big differences in the higher rev range
- Improved response for downshifts and safer overtaking
- Overall safety and more fun on the road!
Sprint Booster now comes with 3 modes:
OFF MODE – Sprint Booster is deactivated. The response of the car has the factory settings. The LED of the Selector switch is OFF.
SPORT MODE – Sprint Booster provides improved response up to 30%.
The LED of the selector switch in Sport mode is Green.
RACE MODE – Sprint Booster provides improved response up to 60%.
The LED of the selector switch in Race mode is Red.
Each Acceleration mode comes with 9 programs, giving 18 in total
The New units give the driver the option to select the transmission of their vehicle.
Valet and pedal lock mode:
Valet mode limits the acceleration of the vehicle by 55 % – 65% – 75% activated/deactivated through a 3 digit PIN. Pedal Lock mode provides extra protection against unauthorized vehicle use. The acceleration ability of the vehicle can be deactivated through a 3 digit PIN.