Giddy Up by Mid-Atlantic Off-Roading
Do you ever feel like your 4Runner is sluggish? Well, now its time to give it some GIDDY UP with our throttle response controller. Toyota 4Runners use a drive-by-wire system that controls the throttle body electronically. Part of the issue with this is that there is a serious delay in response, there is just no "get up and go". Our throttle response controller improves this signal to eliminate the delay for a throttle response, making it a must have for your Toyota 4Runner. If you have a lift and 33's or bigger, this is a MUST HAVE!
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Giddy Up has 5 different modes, and within each mode are nine levels of sensitivity. This means you have complete control in finding your perfect fit! The modes are listed in order below.
- Eco - This is for maximum fuel economy.
- Stock - The unit is inactive in this mode.
- Comfort- A nice balance between fuel economy and some get up and go.
- Sport - A big improvement over stock throttle response.
- Race - When you need some Giddy Up, this is it. Be prepared for some serious response in your throttle.
Why spend more on other units that do the exact same thing?! Like always we bring you quality products at affordable prices, and Giddy Up is no exception!
This takes about 5 to 10 minutes to install! *BEFORE INSTALLING* Please be sure to disconnect the negative terminal of the battery and let vehicle sit for 30 minutes before install* Simply unplug the factory throttle position sensor, plug it into the control unit, and then plug the control unit into the deal sensor. Then plug the LCD display control panel into the lightening cable, remove the 3m tape on the back and mount it where ever you want. This installation is 100% reversible and will not leave any codes factory PCM making it warranty friendly.
*This unit is wired, and has no Bluetooth functionality*
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One year warranty on all manufacturer defects