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JMS Pedalmax for 2006 V6?

Old 9/18/15, 06:31 PM
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JMS Pedalmax for 2006 V6?

My nephew just recently purchased his first car, a 2006 satin silver automatic V6. Has anyone with this type of car experienced throttle lag with the pedal, and then a sudden abrupt surge of power? I test drove it for him and found it to be very annoying. Has anyone installed the pedalmax or sprintbooster for their 05-10 V6? Any input is appreciated, thanks.
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Old 9/18/15, 07:49 PM
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This is from a V6 owner ... a different year, however ... but some great feedback, nonetheless:

RONALD CODDINGTON
With no exaggeration I can tell you that this is THE mod that every V6 guy should do before he does anything else to this car including a tune. Changes the entire personality of the car from feeling Oh-So--Unwilling to go quickly to Oh-So-Eager to sprint away from every stop sign. Silky smooth double clutched downshifts are now a snap. Also saves you from the occasional awkward stall while starting off with the A/C on and the amateurish over-revving while slipping the clutch to get moving smoothly. You probably will not need the sensitivity control as this device right out of the box gives a perfect pedal feel for the V6 in my opinion. Installation? A true Plug n Play. I appreciate the LEDs that tell you that you've connected everything properly. Note: you will have to retrain your right foot but in a day or so you'll have perfect starts mastered. Those JMS guys are geniuses for figuring out this one. As long as the circuit board proves reliable for years to come this is a great mod.
- See more at: http://www.steeda.com/pedalmax-drive....aQh4sIRJ.dpuf




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Old 9/22/15, 12:44 PM
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I wouldn't spend one on one of those. You should be able to adjust pedal feel or response in the tune. if it's an actual physical dead spot in the pedal itself then refer to this.

https://themustangsource.com/forums/...5/#post6939591
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Originally Posted by 07 Boss View Post
I wouldn't spend one on one of those. You should be able to adjust pedal feel or response in the tune. if it's an actual physical dead spot in the pedal itself then refer to this.

https://themustangsource.com/forums/...5/#post6939591
Thanks for the reminder. I recall reading about that procedure a few months back. Gonna try those first, for sure!
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