Do you ride with left foot covering the brake? If not check with desker, maybe get a bcd reader.Just bought this van new. There is a delay when applying throttle at low RPM. For example, when making a turn into fast moving traffic, I press down on the gas pedal, expecting the van to accelerate immediately. Instead what happens is there is a delay of about a second before it accelerates. If I press down further on the pedal, it doesn't really make any difference except that a few seconds later the engine is now developing max power and I am screaming down the road as the load I am carrying slides to the back of the van.
I am guessing this is normal, probably designed this way to reduce emissions. What I am wondering, is if there is some way around this via chip tuning? I am reading about different types of add on modules that either work with the ECU or else modify the signal going from the pedal to the throttle. These seems to be designed with the aim of producing more power. I'm not interested in more power, just better throttle response. I don't care if I lose some fuel efficiency.
I'm actually surprised I don't see more on this forum about this. It's one of the few complaints I have about this van. I'm used to early 2000s vehicles so maybe everything is like this nowadays. Hopefully someone has some insight. Thanks.