How to Make Your Car Faster Quickly & Affordably?


Are you craving more speed and exhilaration when you hit the road? Do you want to unleash the full potential of your vehicle without breaking the bank? If you're looking for a way to make your car faster quickly and affordably, you've come to the right place. While adding extra horsepower can come with a hefty price tag, there's a different solution that can give your car the extra boost it needs, without draining your wallet.

Vehicles are changing every year, mostly because of the rate at which technology is developing. The systems that were once mechanically controlled are now controlled by the vehicle’s computer. One such new system is the Electronic Throttle Control (ETC), known as drive-wire-wire, which is an automobile technology that electronically connects the accelerator pedal to the throttle, replacing a mechanical linkage.

A typical drive-by-wire system has 3 major components: (1) an accelerator pedal model, (2) a powertrain/engine control system (PCM/ECM), and (3) a throttle valve that opens and closes by the electric motor. It also has several benefits such as reduced weight to take the pressure off the engine, better placement for easier time control and flexibility, and helps improve fuel economy. However, it has its limitations.

The largest disadvantage of ETCs is that the throttle response time is significantly slower. Manufacturers limit the response of the throttle in 2 ways. First, they limit how much of the throttle body will open. For example, you can press the gas pedal all the way, but the ECM will open only 80%. Secondly, the program decides how fast the throttle body will open. In other words, it doesn’t really matter how fast you are flooring the gas pedal. The ECM controls the speed of the signal so your foot can not make the throttle body faster. What solves the problem? A throttle response controller.

Among such tools, the worldwide best-selling one is a product of an American company called Pedal Commander. It connects in line with the "Engine Control Unit" system at the Pedal Position Sensors and is designed to take the information at the PPS and compile it in a high-speed control circuit. It also slightly advances that number and sends it directly to the ECU. By sending the information to the computer this way, a couple of checks that the engine computer will make can be bypassed before sending the signal to open the throttle plate. This gives you the ability to eliminate the delay from your accelerator (gas pedal), allowing your engine to respond faster. As a result, your gas pedal becomes more sensitive for a sportier or old-school feel.

Pedal Commander does not increase your car's horsepower - the horsepower is not the most important thing here! Even if you have a lot of horsepower, it means nothing if you can't reach it quickly. So, you never feel your car's actual horsepower without a throttle response controller installed.

Whether you want the best experience for highway, urban driving, racing, off-road, or crossing valleys, Pedal Commander's 4 modes and 36 presets will be indispensable. ECO, City, Sport, and Sport+ modes are at your service to give you the throttle response that works for you and lets you explore the true limits of your vehicle.

Enhancing your car's speed doesn't have to be an expensive or time-consuming endeavor. By installing a throttle response controller, you can enjoy an instant boost in performance without breaking the bank. So, unleash the speed demon within, find the right Pedal Commander for your car, and take its performance to new heights. Buckle up and get ready for an exhilarating ride!