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Question Throttle enhancer?

Has anyone put on a throttle enhancer for their fuel pedal hesitation on a 2019 H.O with a Aisin? If so, what have you used? Does it leave a foot print on the computer and void warranty?

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Has anyone put on a throttle enhancer for their fuel pedal hesitation on a 2019 H.O with a Aisin? If so, what have you used? Does it leave a foot print on the computer and void warranty?
Try this. My dealer was the one who suggested it. They say it’s just a potentiometer...it plugs into the pedal assembly and doesn’t mess with the tuning.

It definitely takes the lag out. I’ve been using it in my new truck for 4 days. Wakes it right up!

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The one truck I had a pedal booster on did make it more responsive but seemed to unnecessarily drop my MPGs so I took it out.

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The one truck I had a pedal booster on did make it more responsive but seemed to unnecessarily drop my MPGs so I took it out.
In all honesty and with no disrespect, I didn't buy another diesel for fuel mileage. I am out for the towing capabilities for my company.

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Try this. My dealer was the one who suggested it. They say itís just a potentiometer...it plugs into the pedal assembly and doesnít mess with the tuning.

It definitely takes the lag out. Iíve been using it in my new truck for 4 days. Wakes it right up!

https://idrive-usa.com/collections/d...m-2019-onwards
Thanks! I wonder if it leaves a footprint on the computer. I mean yes, I would take it out for service at the stealership, but would it leave a permanent red flag on the main computer? It doesn't say on the website. I wrote to them to ask.

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The one truck I had a pedal booster on did make it more responsive but seemed to unnecessarily drop my MPGs so I took it out.
In all honesty and with no disrespect, I didn't buy another diesel for fuel mileage. I am out for the towing capabilities for my company.
Last I checked these didn’t help with capability.

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Thanks! I wonder if it leaves a footprint on the computer. I mean yes, I would take it out for service at the stealership, but would it leave a permanent red flag on the main computer? It doesn't say on the website. I wrote to them to ask.
It does not leave a footprint. It simply changes the voltage signal to the throttle. My friends own a dealership. The son ran one and the service manager confirmed it was not detectable.

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I ordered one of those. interested to see how it does.

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Pedal commanders website says it's only for the 6.4 I don't see any options for the 6.7
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They also work on the 6.7 Cummins

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Just nervous about it because it doesn't say 6.7 but I'm happy to hear it works. Is it the PC31?
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