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Pretty sure most people on here would recommend against the canned tunes, but fair point, I suppose it still gets you more than just the Pedal Commander.
I had them for years. Very pleased with them.
 

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i have a Sprint Booster V3 Power Converter if you wanted... $150

pretty nice gimmick, it doesn't make the car faster, just feels faster...
 

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People who’ve used it will recommend it, people who haven’t will not.
I had one in my Mustang and liked it, but removed it to install a supercharger instead. Really doesn’t make your car any faster, but does make it seem like it’s snappier downy at the bottom of the RPMs. The tune for my blower seems to do the same thing.
Or pushing the pedal harder. I don't even like "Sport Modes" that provide magnified & non linear throttle programming. Just gets in the way of proper throttle modulation.
 

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Guess you people are better drivers than me, try driving the car in the rain with pedalmax at 100%, its impossible, so it has to be turned down, no problem unless you forget to do it and then remember to turn it back to 100% for normal conditions, once again great if one remembers to do it, if not then one gets surprised every time, its no fun, uninstalled it.

TC
 

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Guess you people are better drivers than me, try driving the car in the rain with pedalmax at 100%, its impossible, so it has to be turned down, no problem unless you forget to do it and then remember to turn it back to 100% for normal conditions, once again great if one remembers to do it, if not then one gets surprised every time, its no fun, uninstalled it.

TC
That's probably not why. You might be smarter though. Good on you for realizing you had introduced a dangerous situation and took it off your car.
I still can't understand why so many people insist on using these. It's a dangerous piece of crap product if you ask me.
 

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