SprintBooster SBDO0003S Performance Upgrade Power Converter Sprint Booster
SprintBooster SBDO0003S Performance Upgrade Power Converter: Automotive. Buy SprintBooster SBDO0003S Performance Upgrade Power Converter: Racing Helmets & Accessories - ✓ FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases. 3 acceleration modes (off, Sport and racing) . 36 acceleration programs (18 manual & 18 automatic transmissions). . Pedal lock mode. . Ultra compact size/new design. . And of Course, plug N play installation . Sprint Booster V3 for Select - Dodge Avenger, Caliber, Challenger, Charger, Dakota, Dart, Express, Grand Caravan, Journey, Magnum, Nitro, RAM, Sprinter - What is Sprint Booster? Short answer is it is a Plug-n-Play Performance Upgrade that brings a new exhilaration to your driving experience. The longer answer is Sprint Booster reprograms the acceleration signals in your stock ECU, your car will immediately feel faster and accelerate quicker - we guarantee it. Perhaps that's why Sprint Booster has fans around the world and why we are constantly adding hundreds of thousands of users to our list of satisfied customers every year. The design of the Sprint Booster allows for its easy plug-n-play installation in most cars without the need to cut any wires. And it will not interfere with your automobile's electronics (electronic injection, ABS, etc.) or other performance modifications you may have made to your vehicle. Most cars these days have replaced the more conventional throttle cable for an ECM (Electronic Control Module.) What this ECM does is, it translates how hard you push on the pedal into electronic signals which then tells the ETC (Electronic Throttle Control) how much power to provide to the wheels. This is also known as a Drive-By-Wire throttle system and has the disappointing downside of a delayed response and acceleration..."But with a Sprint Booster module installed, you'll have the ability to Override the ECM drive-by-wire and replace it with crisp, On-tap acceleration whenever you need it. No more delayed response.". . . .