It is almost without fail that Sniper EFI System owners experience a huge boost in performance from their new throttle body. And sometimes the throttle is just a bit "much". That's not surpising. The Sniper throttle body flows a huge 800 CFM and on most V8 engines is just takes a small crack of the throttle to unleash a huge amount of horsepower. That much horsepower can make starts difficult--especially with manual transmissions and grabby clutches.
Here is your solution. Using one of these progressive links you can bring your throttle in much more gradually. Choose from a fixed link (opens the secondaries at about 40% of throttle travel) or an adjust able link (and you can set the secondary point to your liking.
Installing this progressive link requires you to have ECU firmware version 1.1.1 (or later) and Handheld version 1.1.7 (or later.) You can upgrade your firmware at no cost: The instructions (below) provide steps for checking your firmware version and upgrading if necessary. However, if you would prefer NOT to figure out how to download the firmware and install it on your SD card then we feel you: You can buy a Sniper EFI System SD Card with updated firmware here.
Note that the fixed link brings the secondary to about 97% of fully open when the primary stops at 100%. If your engine is making less than 500 horsepower then it will never notice that 3%. But if you need that extra 3% of secondary travel, opt for the adjustable linkage.
Not Sure? Review this product documentation before you buy!
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