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ETC 12 step Adjustable Throttle Controller

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4th version 16 step Adjustable Throttle Controller

Nov-15-2012

The latest 5th version is out!!!
Pls pm for detail!!!



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The latest 4th version is out w/ 16 adjustable steps (9 in Sports and 7 in Eco)

Pls feel free to post if you have any question.

Panson

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Some forum members might have known us already.

I would like to recommend our ETC 16 step adjustable throttle controller. In case you don't know our product, followings are some briefing.
What is an ETC adjustable throttle controller?

This kit functions like the Blitz electronic throttle controller but w/ more adjustable steps to serve different conditions from drag racing, drifting to hyper-mile cruising. And our kit is NOT a bolt-on that will make 20HP in 30 minutes. It's a kit that will manipulate the throttle regulator to response faster or slower at user's desire.

Adjustable Throttle Controller Features:
1. 16 step adjustment switch (9 steps in Sports mode, 7 steps in Eco mode)
2. Reverse cancel wire
3. Special wire connector for your Honda Fit
4. Installation Guide
5. 1 year product warranty for replacement
6. Built-in safety bypass switch. No worry if hardware failure occurs.

This kit is plug-n-play, but if it is used w/ Scan Gauge or other OBD port connected device, you will need to buy a cable splitter for it to work properly.

We are offing 2 different version to fulfill market demand.
1. Street version: T/C kit will revert back to normal mode when engine being shut off (safety concern, prevent family member launching your car at driveway w/ Sport7 mode on setting)

2. Racing version: T/C kit will retain last setting when engine being turned off. We only recommend this versio if you are the only driver on your car.

Any question or suggestion, please feel free to post up.
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Panson
 

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can we get a link or pics or video of the product?
 
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Originally Posted by fitisbamf View Post
can we get a link or pics or video of the product?
Sorry, here is the product detail and pictures.


 

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Some more reviews here

https://www.fitfreak.net/forums/gaug...r-ge6-ge9.html


Sincerely,
Panson
 

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Do you have any pictures of this installed and mounted in a GD?
 
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Do you have any pictures of this installed and mounted in a GD?
I wish I could figure out how to post pictures so I could show you where I chose to put mine. The thing is a little larger than a penny match box and easily mounts to the left of the glove compartment door at the bottom of the dash with the supplied Velcro or in a lot of other places..... Hootie you would really love the thing for both fun and practicality, it is one of the best things I have put on my car and well worth the price.
 
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I also adore my ETC...

Very fun product and easy to install (when you aren't having a brain fart)

Looks nice and is fun to play with
 
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Originally Posted by Btrthnezr3 View Post
I also adore my ETC...

Very fun product and easy to install (when you aren't having a brain fart)

Looks nice and is fun to play with
I hate it when I have a bad brain fart that is kind of wet and slimy.... They leave pink and gray stains in my skivvy drawers that are hard to washout and really messes up your day for months sometimes
 
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Originally Posted by Texas Coyote View Post
I wish I could figure out how to post pictures so I could show you where I chose to put mine. The thing is a little larger than a penny match box and easily mounts to the left of the glove compartment door at the bottom of the dash with the supplied Velcro or in a lot of other places..... Hootie you would really love the thing for both fun and practicality, it is one of the best things I have put on my car and well worth the price.
To post pictures, you must first have the image hosted on a site such as Photobucket, Imageshack, etc. The you go to your desired image, right click it and cut/copy the image's URL. After that, you click this icon in the post box and paste the URL there. And that is all there is to it.

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I hate it when I have a bad brain fart that is kind of wet and slimy.... They leave pink and gray stains in my skivvy drawers that are hard to washout and really messes up your day for months sometimes
ROFLMAO!!!
 
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An update

Racing version comes w/ smaller/thinner display module.
These compact racing kit won't be available till May 20th.

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Hey Mr. Pan, Could you show us a pic of the old controller and the thinner one?
Thank-you
 
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Originally Posted by Perrenoud Fit View Post
Hey Mr. Pan, Could you show us a pic of the old controller and the thinner one?
Thank-you
We are working on the prototype currently.
I will put up the comparison picture when new racing version comes in.
Here is the old one (bigger one) for you Ref.
 

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Thursday bump... a well affordable mod that will totally change the way you drive at anytime you want.

Any question, please feel free to ask.

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I can promise that if you are thinking about buying this little jewel but for some reason keep putting it off, when you do get one you will want to kick your own self in the butt for not getting earlier..... I drove one day with mine disconnected and was shocked that my car felt as slow as it did..... It is also very helpful as a tool to improve your fuel mileage adding 4MPG to mine on the eco 5 mode.
 
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What I have noticed with my pretty much all in-city driving is that I get better mileage on SP7 than I do any of the economy settings. Thinking about it, I believe because it is allowing the car to get to speed faster, I can let off the throttle and coast more.

As stated above though, if you are thinking about it, just do it. And if you are not thinking about, START and do it just the same. Think of it this way, they are so good that Honda has put it as a standard built-in item on the new CR-Z. That should tell you something.
 
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Between my big feet and supercharger city driving is a handful in any mode unless I take off my shoes or wear my super cool flexwell driving shoes..... Hiking boots are totally out of the question except in ECO 5 mode.
 
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Sat bump~~
A perfect add on for your Honda Fit to release its throttle response

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Question deceleration also?

Will this device also cause the engine to decelerate faster? My biggest complaint with my 09 Fit MT is that it stays rev'ed up between shifts between 1st-2nd and sometimes 2nd-3rd. There is at least a full second or two that the RPMs hang when I let off the gas to switch gears. This has turned into a huge annoyance to me...
 
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Originally Posted by jwilli47 View Post
Will this device also cause the engine to decelerate faster? My biggest complaint with my 09 Fit MT is that it stays rev'ed up between shifts between 1st-2nd and sometimes 2nd-3rd. There is at least a full second or two that the RPMs hang when I let off the gas to switch gears. This has turned into a huge annoyance to me...



i compare my car to an rx7 cuz they both cant engine compression very much...
 
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jwilli47,

I am not sure about this. If you like, I could offer a reconditioned kit (used) for you to test and see.

Let me know

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Will this device also cause the engine to decelerate faster? My biggest complaint with my 09 Fit MT is that it stays rev'ed up between shifts between 1st-2nd and sometimes 2nd-3rd. There is at least a full second or two that the RPMs hang when I let off the gas to switch gears. This has turned into a huge annoyance to me...
 

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