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Install and Review of the Pedal Commander

Install and Review of the Pedal Commander

Nowadays, vehicles are notorious for their delayed throttle response. That's where the Pedal Commander comes in. Todays, vehicles use a drive-by-wire system that monitors the position of the gas pedal to control the throttle electronically, similar to a dimmer switch. The problem with this setup is that the signal from the pedal has to first be sent the ECU, which in turn then sends the signal to the actuator motor that controls the throttle body itself.

This delay is most noticeable when trying to speed up to merge with fast moving traffic or pass a slower moving car. However, the Pedal Commander Bluetooth Throttle Response Controller will eliminate that delayed throttled response, giving your vehicle a drastic night and day difference in performance.

To put more simply the throttle commander is a system that intercepts the previously used wires and sends a new signal to your throttle computer effectively meaning that depending on the setting you get a higher output with less pressure.

Four Adjustable Control Modes.

Unlike other throttle control devices that are either on or off, the Pedal Commander comes with 4 control modes: Eco, City, Sport and Sport +. Best of all, each mode has an additional 8 different levels of sensitivity which allows you to personally adjust each mode to your own personal driving style and needs. Switching between modes can be done manually on the Commander or can also be done using your smartphone (Pedal Commander App), without having to bend over and physically touch the Pedal Commander.

Other Noteable Features

  • Save 20% Fuel Economy
  • Plug & Play: 10 Minute Installation
  • 30-Day Money Back Guarantee
  • 2-Year Warranty
  • Comes with Everything Needed

Install Video

Pedal Commander PC38 (2003-2009)

Pedal Commander PC27 (2010-2022)

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