Pedal Commander

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  1. RAMHON

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    Anyone using this (claims 20% MPG fuel savings):

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00O832XVE/ref=sspa_dk_detail_3?psc=1&pd_rd_i=B00O832XVE&pd_rd_wg=NZ6rv&pd_rd_r=KZEF14VW191SGNPRA0TR&pd_rd_w=0jg9F&smid=A1KGI2XQGXJY7F

    Pedal Commander throttle response controller PC31 for Dodge RAM, Charger, Magnum, Challenger, Dakota & Durango - get increased performance or save fuel up to 20%

    Easy plug & play installation, NO mechanical experience required!


    Pedal Commander can be installed in 10 minutes or less. It is a complete plug-&-play system that connects above your gas pedal and stays inside your car, you don’t even need to pop your hood. If you can plug in a lamp, you can install Pedal Commander.
    We have tons of example install videos on YouTube to help you get a general idea of just how easy it is to set up!

    Pedal Commander is compatible with the following Dodge models and years:
    Challenger (2008 and newer)
    Charger (2007 and newer)
    Dakota (2007-2011)
    Durango (2011 and newer)
    Grand Caravan (2008 and newer)
    Magnum (2007-2008)
    Nitro (2007-2012)
    RAM (2007 and newer)

    What is Pedal Commander?


    Pedal Commander is a throttle response controller that removes response delays on any vehicle with an electronic gas pedal (most vehicles made after 2005). This is achieved by amplifying the signal being sent from the sensor on your gas pedal to the vehicle's ECU (computer). Today’s newer vehicles lack the responsiveness that came with older throttle cables. It doesn’t matter how fast you push your gas pedal to the floor, you don’t have access to all the power your vehicle has to offer. We are your solution!
    One of our most frequently asked questions is “how much horsepower does it add?” Pedal Commander doesn’t add any horsepower, but it does let you use the existing horsepower of your engine by allowing you to access it quicker with the amplified signal.
    This performance increase cannot be achieved with your typical aftermarket tune or programmer. Pedal Commander is the only device that lets YOU choose how you want your throttle to respond and change it on the fly. There are 4 different modes, with 9 sensitivity levels for each mode. This gives you a total of 36 levels of response to choose from, ensuring there is something for every driver in every vehicle.
    While there may not be anything else out there like it, Pedal Commander is completely compatible with any other aftermarket parts you may already have. And since we don’t use the OBDII port, this means it’s a perfect match to compliment your existing tune or programmer to maximize your driving experience.

    Undetectable by dealerships, won't void a maintenance plan!


    We understand not wanting to risk voiding the maintenance program on a new vehicle, but that no longer means you have to wait 5 years/50,000 miles before you can start customizing your car or truck to drive how you want it to.
    When a dealership does any kind of work or repair, they run a scan on the vehicle's computer to see if anything has been changed. Other aftermarket tuners and programmers will leave "flags" on the ECU after they've been installed, and will remain even after they've been removed. These digital footprints are what cause the dealership to void any kind of claim or maintenance program.
    Pedal Commander is 100% UNTRACEABLE by dealerships. Before going in for service, just make sure you turn the unit off and tuck it out of sight and you're good to go! You can leave it plugged in, no need to un-install or re-install, and they'll never know it was there.
     
  2. bryan28

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    Nope. Nobody here uses this. J/k there is a thread here titled "the pedal commander review" that has hundreds of posts. I have one and haven't realized the 20% gain in mpg but it is fun. I also don't run it in eco mode though.
     
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  3. Graygoose

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    I don't care about the gas mileage so much, but LOVE the performance it added to mine. Worth it for sure.
     
  4. Dbush36

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    Pretty much everybody on this forum would like to see the 20% reduction in fuel usage and it may even be capable of it! But it is so fun to drive with I and probably everyone else can’t seem to any length of time in eco before We switch back to “FUN mode”. Lol


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    I had the fiance order mine on the black friday sale but I can't play with it until christmas :( Sitting in my house waiting for me
     
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    Take it and install it, and put rocks in the box and rewrap it :D
     
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  7. JSVT3

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    I second this idea. Orrrrr print a picture of it, tape it to some folded up cardboard, slap an old USB cable on it and you're done. She won't know the difference when you open it. :naughty:
     
  8. Nick@GotExhaust

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    I have one on my truck and when I am not hot rodding around I got about 1/2 mpg increase. The better throttle response makes it worth it alone!

    We are running 20% off them. PM if you would like a quote and to order or you can use promo code NPPCXMAS on our site!

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    Still playing with mine, haven't found the "permanent" setting yet. Haven't really tried the ECO mode though, might have to give that a try. Sport+ mode on the other hand is almost uncontrollable for me.
     
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    I can't wait to get mine. I already told Nick I don't really plan on trying Eco mode, haha. I want to roast some tires. :)
     
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