LOL, that's probably not too far from the truth though I wish I was as suave as Donald Surtherland...WOOF WOOF...LOL
Compared to a high horsepower NA or Supercharged car yes, our cars will lack throttle response. Coming from a fully built 3.8L V6 with a Whipple Supercharger that put down roughly 500 whp in a front driver I know what instantaneous throttle response is.
Never said this wasn't for you. Only said that I can achieve the same result with pushing the pedal down further or going with a larger throttle body (which I'll be doing and which increased the throttle response in the aforementioned Supercharge 3.8). If you know what it does, and those who dismiss the device agree that what you believe it does is what it does, then how are we "against" the product? We think it's foolish because we know we push the pedal further we get the same result and do it for $0. You want the same affect by just tapping the throttle and to you, that's worth the products selling price. I can take that same money, get a throttle body adaptor for the 2.4, and a larger throttle body, and achieve a similar result without loosing the resolution or range of the pedal. Not sure the LNF has that kind of option. To me, that's more value for my money. For other's, it's not.
An opposing viewpoint is just that, an opposing viewpoint. You'll note in the post above yours where I said "those who...want to change their pedal curve at the cost of having less throttle position control and resolution..." can buy this product and get from it exactly what they expect. You seem to fall into this category. Nothing wrong with that and for your application it works. For mine, since I use my car for autocross, throttle resolution especially down in the lower throttle ranges is more important than greater throttle input with less pedal throw and less resolution.
The problem is there are a lot of people here that DON'T understand what that product does to achieve it's affect. They have to decide for themselves if the price of this device is worth the money or not. For some it is, for other's it's not. It's their choice but they should have both perspectives to make up their own mind.
But just because we do not like a product without having used it does not mean our opinion is without merit...which is what the conversation was alluding to.
Last edited by Robotech; 08-13-2019 at 12:09 PM.