Automobiles in the 21st century have replaced the more conventional throttle cable technology for 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, ect.
The Sprint Booster aims to overcome this throttle response delay for ETC-equipped vehicles, providing crisp on-tap acceleration at the driver's disposal.
It is a design that improves acceleration by continuously measuring and converting the digital signal provided by the ETC's potentiometer, and providing the ECM with a new and altered signal.
The design of the Sprint Booster allows for its easy installation in all models, without the need to cut any wires (plug n' play) or intervene in the automobile's electronics (it does not affect other systems such as electronic injection, ABS, ect)
The ultra compact design allows the driver to place the selector switch anywhere on the dashboard according his personal preference and convenience.
The new special features 'Valet Mode & Pedal Lock' mode allows the driver to disable the acceleration ability (Pedal lock) as well as limit the rate of acceleration (Valet mode) when he/she is not driving his vehicle