Sprint Booster for BMW - $329.95"it took me less then 5 minutes for the install. Remove the hex screw from the pedal base then pull up/foward. Unplug harness from pedal box and plug in Booster. That's it!! Really Fast.
REVIEW: The car is now actually more responsive with this unit. NOT faster but more responsive. As we all know, BMW's are not 1/4 mile cars or stop light to stop light monsters but now off the line it does come to life. The lag that was there is not anymore. I am def. pulling from the stop light much stronger and leaving many cars behind w/o mashing the pedal down.
Push the sport button and this car really becomes fun and sporty. The pedal is sensitive in the sport mode but I really like it...not for everyday driving but for when I want to have FUN[...]" Review from Bimmerfest.com
More reviews below...
|Model||Year||Transmission||Engine / Notes|
|Z3||2001-2002||Manual||Excl. M version|
|Z3||2001-2002||Auto||Excl. M version|
|4 Series, M4||2014-2015||Manual||All models, including M4|
|4 Series, M4||2014-2015||Auto/SMG||All models, including M4|
|5 Series, M5||2001-2015||Manual||All models, including M5|
|5 Series, M5||2001-2015||Auto/SMG||All models including M5|
|6 Series, M6||2003-2015||Manual||All models, including M6|
|6 Series, M6||2003-2015||Auto/SMG||All models including M6|
|7 Series||2001-2015||Auto||All models|
"I have been running the SprintBooster and a tune for over 10k miles with no issues at all. The SprintBooster and tune make for a tasty combination." Review from E90post.com
"Fitted it today and gotta say it transforms the car! When i first got my 330Ci i was quite disappointed with the throttle response in low gears at low speeds, especially when compared to my brothers Honda Prelude. But the sprint booster gives you an instant & greater response and personally i notice it most in 2nd gear cause i think my habit is to change out of 1st and into 2nd earlier than most, and (pre-install) the response in 2nd gear was very poor, but not anymore!! Also heel toeing is so much easier. Previously on a down change it required a considerable prod of the throttle pedal to get the revs up enough to match the road speed, but now it is far easier only requiring a quick blip of the pedal." Review from Bimmerforums.com