After doing a search, i came across a response from the company. Basically, it just fools the computer into thinkin you're at a higher throttle. So, if you're at 75%, it tells the computer you're at 100% or whatever. I can see how the auto owners would think it made a big difference, as it would cause the computer to drop to a lower gear much quicker.jon3k said:I really wish someone would dyno their car before and after. I'm not even sure how everyone "knows" its worthless.
Yeah it is a great way to help out your launches. A friend has it on his Probe GT and that puppy feels good as it shifts from 1st to 2nd and 2nd to 3rd. Nice pump that it gives.Drk_KaotX said:Sooooo since i have a 92 N/A automatic..the venom 400 would do nicely for my car since it makes it rev quicker and shift faster?