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Old 05-04-2016, 09:12 PM
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Re: Pedal Commander throttle response controller

Why not do a review on it yourself? It comes with a 30day 100% money back warranty, so the risk is basically shipping cost and your time.

https://www.pedalcommander.com/

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Re: Pedal Commander throttle response controller

Try the Sprint booster - way smaller package. Likely does the same thing.

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Re: Pedal Commander throttle response controller

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Try the Sprint booster - way smaller package. Likely does the same thing.

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Hey guys my name is Larry Sartore I am the sales manager for Pedal Commander.

I can promise a few things....

1. In no way will Sprint Booster perform like Pedal Commander.... any one have a SB and wanna demo our unit and compare?

2. There unit is not smaller in size

3. PC offers more adjustments and can be adjusted for your driving style say ECO all the way to Sport +

If anyone has any questions or comments I would love to help answer them I can also be reached at Larry@pedalcommander.com

I WANT TO MAKE IT CLEAR I AM NOT PROMOTING PEDAL COMMANDER I AM ONLY ANSWERING QUESTIONS THAT OUR FORUM MEMBERS HAVE.
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I am the sales manager for Pedal Commander.

I WANT TO MAKE IT CLEAR I AM NOT PROMOTING PEDAL COMMANDER
I'm confused. Why would the sales manager of Pedal Commander not promote their product?

I have a Sprint Booster. What's involved in the Pedal Commander demo?
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Re: Pedal Commander throttle response controller

Hi Larry,
You have 4 modes (eco, city, sport, and sport+) and 8 sensitivity levels (+ - 1, + - 2, + - 3, and + - 4). Can you talk about what variable your changing that makes each sensitivity level unique? And how does eco work as "valet mode".

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Re: Pedal Commander throttle response controller

Sure Michael...

on each program + and - will change the curve on the throttle mapping between 50mv all the way up to 100mv per second on Sport + .... does that help in anyway ? it might be easier explained if I could show you one of our throttle maps.

to be honest sport + will be too extreme for most of us here... I keep mine in City mode on my overland.
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I'm confused. Why would the sales manager of Pedal Commander not promote their product?
Because of JEEP GARAGE FORUM RULES I do not wish to get banned. I just want to help out my fellow Jeep enthusiasts with any questions they may have or concerns.
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Because of JEEP GARAGE FORUM RULES I do not wish to get banned. I just want to help out my fellow Jeep enthusiasts with any questions they may have or concerns.
Well that makes sense. Check with scottina06 to become a Jeep Garage vendor. Send him a PM. Best of luck.
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Re: Pedal Commander throttle response controller

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Sure Michael...

on each program + and - will change the curve on the throttle mapping between 50mv all the way up to 100mv per second on Sport + .... does that help in anyway ? it might be easier explained if I could show you one of our throttle maps.

to be honest sport + will be too extreme for most of us here... I keep mine in City mode on my overland.
Please post the throttle map, I'm sure it will be helpful to all.

And yes, Sport+ is to extreme for daily driving. But for the Stoplight Nationals, I use Sport+ with the 4th LED lit because at WOT it's fine when every second counts leaving the line. For everyday driving I like City with the 4th LED lit and for spirited driving I like Sport with the 1st LED on.

Thanks for a great product that works as advertised.
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Re: Pedal Commander throttle response controller

Here ya go ... now this is just a default basic map that shows whats going on...

Micheal if you can give me the 6 digit serial # on the bottom of your Pedal Commander I can pull up your map for your vehicle that we programmed on there.


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FYI Sprint booster V3 is announed, has tons more features over V2
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