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Sprint Booster Benefits
When in Valet mode Sprint Booster limits the acceleration of the vehicle by 55 % – 65% – 75% (comes in 3 selectable levels). The Valet Mode is activateddeactivated through a 3 digit PIN. By limiting the acceleration there will be a significant reduction in the vehicle’s performance (Power and Torque).
The Pedal Lock mode provides extra protection against unauthorized vehicle use. The driver can deactivate the acceleration ability of the vehicle when it’s stationary through a 3 digit PIN. When Pedal lock is enabled the acceleration gets disabled and the vehicle stays on idle until you enter the correct PIN.
Sprint Booster provides improved response up to 30%. The LED of the selector switch in Sport mode is Green. A total of 18 programs are available in Sport mode, 9 for Automatic transmissions, and 9 for Manual transmissions vehicles with ‘1’ being the least aggressive program and ‘9’ the most aggressive.
Sprint Booster provides improved response up to 60%. The LED of the selector switch in Race mode is Red. A total of 18 programs are available in Sport mode, 9 for Automatic transmissions, and 9 for Manual transmissions vehicles with ‘1’ being the least aggressive program and ‘9’ the most aggressive.
Sprint Booster is manufactured in Greece and it’s been exported to more than 40 countries around the world for the last years. It is protected by a patent (GR1005429) in front of OBI (patent office in Greece) as well as internationally by patent application in front of Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT/ WO2007066155 )and granted patents (US 8,706,373,EP1957310, AU2006323461, CN101341042B, CA 2630863, KR101372166, ZA200804576, MX2008007365, RU2427481).
Sprint Booster has successfully passed the TUV tests and it is certified with European Conformity type approval (EC type approval mark No e24031712).
It has been honored with one of the most important awards in aftermarket industry , the ‘SEMA BEST NEW PERFORMANCE-STREET PRODUCT 2010’ award among 1400 new products that year, as well as multiple ‘SEMA GLOBAL MEDIA AWARDS’ in subsequent years as voted by a group of international Journalists from automotive media around the world (28 judges from16 key automotive markets)
What is it?
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, etc. The Sprint Booster aims to overcome this throttle response delay for ETC-equipped vehicles, providing crisp on-tap acceleration at the driver’s disposal.