K&N is dedicated to pioneering exceptional automotive performance in all its forms—including tuning products that allow you to discover new levels of driving performance.
Throttle Control Module
Is your car suffering from a lethargic throttle response? The Throttle Control Module is designed to improve throttle response and acceleration, and improve pedal sensitivity without modifying factory ECU settings. The system processes input data from the gas pedal, and modifies the signal before sending it to the ECU for an adjustable level of sensitivity—creating an increase in throttle responsiveness that will make your car feel like a whole new machine. The Throttle Control Module can typically be installed in less than 30 minutes with no software required, and is adjustable on-the-go—helping you fine-tune the sensitivity of your throttle response.
Boost Control Module
If you’ve ever towed a trailer up a steep grade, you know how important it is to have horsepower and boost at your fingertips. The Boost Control Module works within factory parameters to increase boost—improving throttle response, and offering a power increase of up to 47 horsepower and 59 lb./ft. of torque*. The system can typically be installed in less than 30 minutes (no software required), and is adjustable on-the-go—helping you fine-tune your boost level to your preferences and needs. When you need more power, simply adjust the dial to give your acceleration a bit of extra muscle. The kit includes the module, wiring harness, adjustable knob, hardware, and detailed instructions—and is compatible with other performance upgrades, including exhausts, intake systems, larger turbos, and more. Enjoy an increase of up to 47 horsepower—with the ability to adjust on-the-go, and no complicated software required.
Electronic Carburetor Injection system (ECI)
The Electronic Carburetor Injection System is a self-tuning bolt-on system which adds a supplemental fuel source in order to optimize engine performance. Users have the option to set detailed parameters, including their desired air-to-fuel ratio, injector pulse width, shot volume, progressive injector firing, and minimum/maximum RPM range. The brain of the ECI system is the ECU, which vigilantly monitors the input from the oxygen sensor to ensure an optimal air-to-fuel ratio is maintained. If the system detects an AFR higher than the user-defined limit, the injector will fire. Unlike a typical electronic fuel injection system, the ECI works cooperatively with your existing carburetor, supporting the fuel flow rates that high-horsepower vehicles require to operate efficiently. If your engine is performing lean, K&N’s ECI system will help make up for the fuel deficit.