Sprint Booster Power Converter V3
For your 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 GMC Sierra 2500 Old Gen model
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|• Eliminates throttle lag||• Off-road enhancer|
|• Instant acceleration response||• 30-Day Money-Back|
|• Increases performance|
By side-stepping your FACTORY SET throttle, Sprint Boosters give you direct "throttle control."
And to be clear, it’s not making more horse-power, it’s making your GMC Sierra more responsive by drastically improving your GMC Sierra’s throttle response time and giving you INSTANT GO POWER.
Easy Installation On Your GMC Sierra
It's as simple as plug-n-play in your GMC Sierra! No special tools. No expertise. Estimated install time is 10-15 minutes.
1) Remove the harness connector from the accelerator pedal.
2) Plug the Sprint Booster Connector (red tab) into the pedal.
3) Attached the harness connector to the Sprint Booster Connector.
Secondary Features - Valet Mode and Pedal-Lock
When in Valet mode Sprint Booster limits the acceleration of the vehicle by 55 % – 65% – 75% (comes in 3 selectable levels). The Valet Mode is activated/deactivated through a 3 digit PIN. By limiting the acceleration there will be a significant reduction in the vehicle’s performance (Power and Torque).
The Pedal Lock mode provides extra protection against unauthorized vehicle use. The driver can deactivate the acceleration ability of the vehicle when it’s stationary through a 3 digit PIN. When Pedal lock is enabled the acceleration gets disabled and the vehicle stays on idle until you enter the correct PIN.
Not only will a Sprint Booster V3 enhance your GMC Sierra’s performance on-road but it will enhance it off-road as well.
According to FourWheelNetwork writes:
“we thought that the throttle might be too responsive in 4-lo off-road. Another pleasant surprise. The throttle reacted just fine in 4-lo, leaving plenty of control for carefully driving off-road, even with our 4:1 transfer case. In fact, the improved reaction time of the throttle gave us more control because we could use less throttle movement to get the power we wanted.”