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  1. We have similar products for those looking to add power as well, check our modified throttle bodies. Thanks. Mike
  2. dieselfan1, we haven't had any issues yet, they have been running in Corvettes' 7th for about 6 months the longest. We'd like to think that we have debugged for good since we started w/ the first prototype over a year ago. At what point in time do you reckon this other brand starts throwing codes? Anyway, we offer a 30-day no questions asked full refund + return shipping, followed by 11-month replacement warranty. Mike
  3. It is official; our throttle controllers have been successfully tested on all engines and are available now. Combine them with out throttle bodies (6.2L only for now) and let the ECM know who the boss is. Patiently waiting for the staff to restore our vendor status. Thanks,
  4. Hello, Capt. Not yet. We'll start working on it. Give us a month or two. Thx.
  5. With the TC you get the same airflow at every actual throttle position. The X axis is the blade angle/opening, not pedal depression.
  6. 1) LT1/LT4 exchanges or rework your own $275. New $435. LT5 exchanges or rework your own $335, New $535. 2) See pic above. I owe you a dyno at full throttle (coming soon) but don't buy it just b/c of that unless you have other mods to help airflow everywhere else at WOT. TB is king at part throttle, not so much at WOT, at least not by itself. 3) We only work with OEM's, no copies, no subtitutions of any single component. Equally reliable. 4) No, throttle controllers only change the pedal mapping, they can't change the valve (TB) response curve, they just simulate a larger pedal stroke than actual/stock. Thanks,
  7. Not a problem at all, I see it as an opportunity to share. How about actual engine data? This is an example for the LT4.
  8. Our LT1/LT4 modified TB's are better than the stock LT5 TB at low/part throttle. Our LT5 modified TB (pic below) is better than the stock LT5 TB right off idle and all the way to WOT.
  9. ...and here is some data and a review courtesy of Kyle @ Goat Rope Garage (Darth_Vader). He seems to be a respected member here and he surely knows what he is talking about. Post: Video:
  10. We are on board with most comments, here. Our cars can definitely benefit from a better valve (TB), better pedal mapping (TC), and a custom tune (calibration). It doesn't have to be one or the other, do all three if you can afford it. Also, keep mind that many folks still have warranty and don't want to tune yet. Obviously, GM, or any other make for that matter, cannot please everybody. This is for those who think the stock response is not for them. Nothing wrong with stock response if that is the way you think it should be. The one thing that is not a matter of opinion, is that throttle response can be measured as mass airflow per degree of valve opening at constant pressure differential, or pressure drop per degree of valve opening at constant flow. There are ways to do it on and off the car. This is just a modulating valve and they all have a response curve depending on its geometry, we changed its geometry and so did the response curve. Those sensing it responds better and more linear are not making it up, it does so, and it is measurable. Thanks,
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