What is Sprint Booster?

Sprint Booster might very well be the “smartest” gadget on your car.

It is a device that improves acceleration by continuously measuring and converting the digital signal provided by the ETC’s potentiometer, and providing the ECM with a new and altered signal. 

The design of the Sprint Booster allows for its easy installation in all models, without the need to cut any wires (plug n’ play) or intervene in the automobile’s electronics (it does not affect other systems such as electronic injection, ABS, etc.).
Sprint Booster connects on the accelerator pedal connector. All you need to do is disconnect the OEM connector from the accelerator pedal and connect Sprint Booster in between (one side connects to the pedal and one side on the OEM connector).



Sprint Booster is aimed at all drivers with ECT-equipped cars, who are after a safer and more exciting automotive experience.

•   At low revs, the engine responds at approximately half the time in comparison to before.

•   The delay time whilst accelerating in 3rd and 4th gear and the engine in the mid-range, is almost zero.

•   Big differences in the higher rev range.

•   Improved response for downshifts and safer overtaking.

•   Overall safety and more fun on the road!

Switcher of Generation 2:

The big advantage of quick installation will remain in the new version as well. Sprint Booster is a plug n play device and now comes with a plug n’ play selectable switch.
It is very important the fact that although the switch is included , it is not mandatory for Sprint Booster to work.  The selectable switch can be a delete option.
 Simply the driver can choose whether he needs to install the switch and get advantage of the new features or not.
In order to install the switch , just plug the switch’s terminal  in the socket located on the back side of the Sprint Booster.


The installation is easy by technically talented persons.

  1. With the door open wait for five minutes before install the device. During this time the vehicle is checking the electronic systems of the car through the can bus system.
  2. Remove the accelerator pedal. In most vehicles there are 1-3 bolts that keep the pedal in place.
  3. Once you have removed the accelerator pedal ,locate the ECU connector on the accelerator pedal.
  4. Disconnect the OEM connector from the pedal.
  5. Connect Sprint Booster on the pedal.
  6. Connect the OEM connector on the Sprint Booster.
  7. Make sure all connections are firmly in place (both OEM connector and Sprint Booster are properly hooked)
  8. Put the pedal back to it's initial position.
  9. Finished