Quick question, I just received the Sprint Booster and I’m excited to try it out but I was wondering if you could plug the booster in and connect the little remote that comes with, pick the setting that you want and then unplug the remote so there aren’t any wires hanging around? I know there’s a zip tie and some tape that comes with it but I would rather not have wires down by the pedals.
@ChucklesToy - It looks like the white piece came out of your factory connector. I can see it in the Sprint Booster.Sent Jason email with pics. Do any of you have pics of your Sprint Booster to compare? Here is what mine looks like. Also have pics of the connectors which are different than stock pedal and dash cable connectors. I was expecting a smaller unit based on other pictures in the instructions (I realize the instructions show a generic unit).
By the way, I also can't get the video and links to other threads you refer to work, Jason.
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Great! Be sure to come back with your thoughts Thank you for the feedback.Thanks for the quick response Jason! I was able to fix it and now it works. I'm an expert now in removing the pedal now Can't wait to test it on the road tomorrow! Will update after the test drive.
Great!!! Thanks for the feedback. I've also had people now tell me they've noticed a gas mileage bump with the sprint booster,3 guys that took trips, mostly highly told me they got about 1 more mpg!! That's super cool. Did you notice any gain yet?Me again! Had a chance to drive on city streets of various speeds and highway at 70-80 MPH (yes, speed limit here is 80). I was amazed at the new pedal feel and not only how quickly the Ridge responds off the line now, but also how responsive she is to keeping speed consistent or to acceleration up hills. When I first installed, I had it on green 7, but backed it down to green 5 after almost causing whiplash to myself. At green 5, it is very close to my wife's 2017 Accord V6.
Super cool! You're now the 5th person that has told me this! Very cool and I don't even market this for that reason but it seems to be another plus!Gas mileage has increased ~+1 MPG. It does keep consistent speed easier through hilly areas on the highway.
Yes, cord will reach, BUT, but... You don't have to mount the controller at all, you don't even have to hook it up. Once you set it, you can unplug it and it remembers your setting in the firmware, even if your battery dies, it will still remember it. But, many that see the controller in person like it and the quality of it (it's only half the size of your thumb) and end up using it. Again, you don't have to even use it if you want a fully stealth install.What do you guys do with the controller? Is the cord long enough to somehow route it to the center console box to keep it out of sight? I'm not sure I would want to hang anything on my dash.
I used the controller to set the unit to green 5, (sport?). I then unplugged it and now it resides in the bottom of the center console I case I need it again.What do you guys do with the controller? Is the cord long enough to somehow route it to the center console box to keep it out of sight? I'm not sure I would want to hang anything on my dash.