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Ford Mustang Sprint Booster Throttle Response Kit (11-17 Automatic) on

US $289.00

Ontario, California, United States

Ontario, California, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Sprint Booster Manufacturer Part Number:SBFO0022S

I bought this brand new and only used it for a month but am getting ready to turn in my car so I had to remove it. Nothing wrong at all, works excellent, and makes the car much more fun to drive! Works for any 2011-2017 Ford Mustang with automatic transmission. More details below pulled from American Muscle's website.

Improve Throttle Response. When Ford started adding Electronic Throttle Control (ETC) Technology, also know as Drive-By-Wire, to the Mustang, there is a lag between the time you hit the accelerator pedal and when the throttle body opens. No matter how hard or fast you hit the pedal, the throttle body opens at the same rate. The Sprint Booster Power Converter is the perfect solution to overcome the throttle response delay, by increasing the signal from the pedal to the throttle body. Even though this doesn't add any horsepower to your Mustang, it does make your throttle response more sensitive, which helps to improve your safety during overtaking, quick gear changes and uphill starts.

3 Selectable Modes. The Sprint Booster allows you to choose from 3 different modes with just a push of a button. With the included selector switch, you will be able to choose between Off (No Light), Sport Mode (Green Light) and Race Mode (Red Light). If you don't want the selector switch to be plain view, so no one messes with the settings, you can select your preferred mode and then remove it. The Sprint Booster will save and operate in the mode you have selected.

Off Mode (No Light). If you occasionally allow people to borrow your Pony, you may want to keep it in the Off position. This will allow your acceleration be set at the factory settings.

Sport Mode (Green Light). If you are looking to add a mild bump in acceleration over the factory settings, then the Sport Mode would be for you. This setting is a progressive opening that ideal for soft or everyday day driving. 

Race Mode (Red Light). Once you select Race Mode, this is where you can get the most fun. This mode provides you maximum acceleration that is ideal for sport or aggressive driving. It's a linear opening, that is almost a 1:1 ratio, to give you a throttle response like the drive-by-cable throttle bodies featured on the classic Mustangs.

Plug & Play Installation. Installation of the Sprint Booster couldn't be any simpler. Featuring a compact design, the Sprint Booster plugs directly between factory harness and accelerator module. Simply unplug the factory harness from your accelerator module, plug the Sprint Booster to the module and then plug the factory harness to the Sprint Booster.

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