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Old 10-25-2011, 09:17 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by PsychoRS View Post
Sounds normal to me. Most cars nowadays are drive by wire for the throttle and all drive by wire vehicles have some throttle lag, which is especially noticeable in the lower RPM band.

As suggested, go test drive some others to see if it does the same thing, but chances are it is normal. If it bothers you too bad, I would suggest looking into a SprintBooster or equivalent mod that helps in making the throttle respond better to driver input.
I will see if i can go test drive some others to see if it does the same.

Someone else recommended the SprintBooster. Would this mod void warranty or be something the service dept. might have a problem with? Also, do you think a CAI would help this particular problem?
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