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Meyer Distributing adds Pedal Commander

Meyer Distributing adds Pedal Commander

JASPER, Ind. — Meyer Distributing has added Pedal Commander to its high performance division.

Pedal Commander is a throttle response controller that removes the delay on an electronic accelerator pedal. It allows faster response from the throttle body allowing a vehicle to accelerate quicker. They are an easy plug-and-play installation that will immediately change the personality of a vehicle. Each unit is programmed to a specific vehicle, so there is no need for any extra programming.

“The Pedal Commander changes the total feel of your vehicle. It is like unleashing every ounce of power under the hood,” says Austin Zehr, high performance sales manager for Meyer. “I installed one on my Ecoboost F150 and it felt like throwing another turbo on the truck when I installed the Pedal Commander. I will never go back to driving a vehicle without one.”

The Pedal Commander comes with four different modes: Eco, City, Sport and Sport +. Each of those modes have eight adjustable settings for an even greater experience. Toggled to Eco mode, you could also see up to 20 percent fuel savings. The unit can also be stacked with other programmers for the ultimate driving experience.

Pedal Commander is backed by a two-year product warranty and has a 30-day money back guarantee, not that you will need it. “We are very excited to have partnered with the crew at Pedal Commander and look forward to the relationship we have already established,” Zehr said.

Pedal Commander is in stock and ready to ship at Meyer Distributing.

Call (800) MEYER-USA for more information.

SOURCE: Meyer Distributing press release

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Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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