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      06-12-2012, 03:48 PM   #1
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FBO Guys

Any FBO guys using the Sprint Booster? I feel a lag in the pedal and was just wondering if anyone is using it.
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      06-12-2012, 03:52 PM   #2
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Your tune should correct any "lag" issues
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drive by wire sure is a bitch
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Waste of $ for a simluated throttle response. Any tune should fix your lag problem.
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Do you only use pedal 0%-100% ? If yes go for it.
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Your tune should correct any "lag" issues
How do you figure the JB4 should correct this? Is it not a drive by wire issue? There is actual play in the pedal from time of depressing to actual response time.
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Do you only use pedal 0%-100% ? If yes go for it.
So, are you saying you are using it? I think everyone uses their pedal 0-100%...
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How do you figure the JB4 should correct this? Is it not a drive by wire issue? There is actual play in the pedal from time of depressing to actual response time.
I'm using a COBB tune bro, we have throttle mapping. Not sure if the JB4 has anything similar that could make the throttle more "sensitive".
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So, are you saying you are using it? I think everyone uses their pedal 0-100%...
he meant either 0% or 100%.

and thats not far from a fair explanation of what it does.
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So, are you saying you are using it? I think everyone uses their pedal 0-100%...
i think what he might mean is if your use of the gas pedal is either off the gas or having it floored to the ground... and not really depressing it partially
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he meant either 0% or 100%.

and thats not far from a fair explanation of what it does.
Gotcha! So, there is no middle? That SB makes it either all or none.
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