The PedalBox is installed between the accelerator pedal sensor and the control module and works by capturing the accelerator pedal signal and transforming it. This is a fantastic option to enhance driving pleasure on normal aspirated and turbo vehicles, and does not affect the vehicle warrantee as it does not alter the engine in any way.
Lots of manufacturers offer similar functions via standard “Sports/ECO buttons”. The PedalBox reduces the pedal travel necessary in order to reach a “throttle wide open” state (full throttle response).
This allows the driver to exploit the full potential of the engine, and throttle lag will almost be completely eliminated.
The PedalBox has four user-
selectable programmes, that increases throttle response by removing delays in the accelerator, enhancing driveability. If driving style is adjusted, the PedalBox can even allow fuel consumption to be reduced. The four modes available are, SPORT mode, SPORT Plus mode, ECO mode and OFF.
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Greater control. Pedalbox Adjustment.
All drivers face a wide range of driving conditions and situations. The PealBox allows drivers to choose between four levels, each with three seperate modes offering improved response. The PedalBox includes different programmes tailored to meet the most drivers range of driver’s wishes. The driver can select the programme most suited to the driving situation.
Reduced response time. More dynamic.
Moments of delay are a thing of the past. The signal is immediately followed by the response, giving the driver the feeling that he or she is accelerating faster. However, the torque remains the same. It is merely the response ratios that have improved.
Maximum efficiency. Greater driving pleasure.
Once responsiveness has improved, driving is a lot more fun. Plus, quick acceleration without any delay gives drivers the feeling of being in better control of their vehicle.
Practical and beneficial.
Modifying the values set by the manufacturer therefore has advantages. The PedalBox will meet the expectations of customers and their cars. The often delayed throttle response of modern engines is gone, while retaining the standard engine control unit.
The “Throttle Response” curve shows the speed at which an engine responds to the driver’s pressing of the accelerator. Deficiencies are evident here, especially at times of strong acceleration.
Throttle response has less to do with how much power a vehicle has but rather how long it needs to fully release this power, with petrol engines frequently performing better here than diesel ones in this regard.