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Revhigh

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The updated Stealth 3.0 Performance Controller unit is now available. Give your vehicle the throttle response it deserves.
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stealth

Suits the full range of Holden's from VZ onwards, LS1 VZ unit is now being tested. VZ V6 Alloytec, VE VF V6 & V8 are good to go.

Suits many other vehicles including:
Holden Colorado, Cruze, Captiva, Adventra, Rodeo
Nissan Navara ,d22, d40, np300, 350z, 370z,
Ford Ranger, Mustang,
Mitsubishi Triton, Lancer
Great Wall
Audi
Lexus
Toyota 86, Camry, Aurion, Prado, Landrcuiser,
Mazda BT-50
Chevrolet Camaro, Cruze, Silverado, SS
Mercedes Benz
Hyundai Veloster
Pontiac G8
& many more!
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VE-V

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Great product guys. Bit tricky trying to access the plugs on the VE commodore throttle\pedal however, I managed to remove the panel behind the steering column I then unbolted the accelerator pedal to let it drop down. Once that was done i could get to the plugs and it was smooth sailing from then on:) Very happy with the response of my vehicle now! Thanks.
One question? Should the OBD2 connector remain plugged in at all times? Even when the car is not in use?
 

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Great product guys. Bit tricky trying to access the plugs on the VE commodore throttle\pedal however, I managed to remove the panel behind the steering column I then unbolted the accelerator pedal to let it drop down. Once that was done i could get to the plugs and it was smooth sailing from then on:) Very happy with the response of my vehicle now! Thanks.
One question? Should the OBD2 connector remain plugged in at all times? Even when the car is not in use?
Yeah, leave it plugged in. The only reason it's plugged into the OBD is to access 12v power.
OBD port, like the rest of the car, switches off after about 30 seconds once you exit it.
 
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