Stealth Module vs Pedal Commander

Stealth Module vs Pedal Commander

In the realm of automotive enhancements, two popular devices, the Stealth Module and the Pedal Commander, aim to improve vehicle performance. While both can enhance performance, they serve different purposes. Let's outline the critical differences between these devices, highlighting their unique features and functionalities.

Stealth Module:

  • Not a Throttle Booster - does not connect to the throttleDesigned to optimize engine power output without physical modifications
  • Manipulates signals at the Fuel Pressure sensor and MAP sensor
  • Enhances throttle response, torque, and horsepower
  • Leaves no trace behind - Warranty Friendly
  • Adjustable settings allow for personalized performance enhancements (Stock,
  • Low, Medium, High)
  • Ideal for improved acceleration and power in heavy load or low RPM situations
  • Will a enable smooth and predictable response
  • Increased power from the engine will allow you to downshift less often and
  • maintain lower RPMs
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Pedal Commander:

  • Throttle Booster - plugs inline to the throttle
  • Gives a feeling of enhanced throttle response
  • Changes the signal between the throttle position sensor and the truck's computer
  • (ECU)
  • By applying more throttle input the truck will downshift more often and run at
  • higher RPMs
  • Does not increase horsepower or torque output of the engine
  • Warranty Friendly
  • Will make the truck feel "jumpy"
  • Has multiple settings for adjustability

Stealth Module and the Pedal Commander are unique devices targeting different
aspects of vehicle performance. The Stealth Module optimizes engine power output through real-time signal manipulation, enhancing acceleration and power at the bottom-end which makes it highly suitable for towing. On the other hand, the Pedal Commander sharpens throttle response by minimizing the delay between pedal input and engine reaction, making the throttle input more aggressive which makes it well suited for city driving.

Depending on what our customers are looking for, we sometimes recommend running BOTH the Stealth Module and the Pedal Commander. A throttle booster will give you more of a seat-of-the-pants feel, while the Stealth Module will increase power and torque at your low to midrange RPMs resulting in less leg and improved drivability. Both are warranty friendly options that are often paired together in pursuit of increased throttle response.

We, Stealth Performance Products, are located in New Hampshire. We are a small company that takes customer service very seriously! You can reach us via email, Facebook message, and phone. We even offer 24/7 tech support which the owner himself answers. Backed by thousands of 5-star reviews, you can't go wrong with a Stealth Module.

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