The so-called "acceleration" of the electronic throttle booster is mainly achieved by increasing the sensitivity of the throttle response, which will amplify the input throttle signal by 50%. This means that at any time the 33% throttle signal at the end of the pedal is no longer useful. When the driver steps on the pedal 66%, the booster output is already full throttle, which increases the sensitivity of the throttle response by 50. %. However, the electronic throttle booster
does not reduce the classification of the throttle signal as many people have said. In fact, the throttle signal is still steplessly adjusted, but it is adjusted from the previous 1:1 to 1:1.x and x is the amplification factor of the signal.
When the booster pedal is depressed, the booster will calculate the rate of change of the throttle signal according to the magnitude and time of the depression. The faster the change, the stronger the acceleration requirement, and the throttle booster will increase the rate of change. The final result is that the speed increase is correspondingly better.
The modern engine ecu generally has the driving style adaptability. If the driver often quickly steps on the throttle (commonly known as pulling speed), ecu will gradually think that the driver's style tends to be “violent”, so in this way, the engine will slowly adjust the throttle and fuel injection system, etc. to get the best adjustment parameters of the engine in this style.
With the electronic throttle booster
, even if you drive in the previous "moderate" driving style, the engine will still get a "fierce" driving experience, which is equivalent to deceiving the ecu. Over time, the engine will automatically modify its parameters to suit the style.