There is a bit of timing built into the pedal response in the ecu. Fast small movements (like your foot bouncing the pedal a little when going over bumps) are ignored for smoother engine operation and less emissions. Not sure what a pedal mapper can do about that, but changing the pedal curve may make the ecu think it needs to respond quicker.Thank you for your suggestions.
I have a hard time believing that the throttle delay can be adjusted by intercepting the throttle pedal position signal. For that to be true, the throttle delay would have to be controlled by a timing circuit built into the pedal assembly. I'm not saying it ain't so, I'm saying it is hard to believe.
I'm pretty sure all the pedal commander does is tell the computer that you have pushed the pedal further than you did.
Now, back to turbo lag, because that is what I am dealing with. I know it is turbo lag because if I keep the turbo spooled I don't have any. Also, I can watch the boost pressure on a gauge and visually see the turbo lag.
Oh never mind.
Anyway, I've heard tuning is about to be released for the 2.0 from DiabloSport and SuperChips VERY soon. I drove a vehicle with one of these tunes and it was impressively peppy. Not sure about peak gains but over all drivability was great. Throttle response can most definitely be adjusted there, but I don't know what kind of changes were in the one I drove. That jeep had wide 35" tires and 20" rims, but it still felt great. It had no engine mods, just suspension. Between the engine and trans, a tune will definitely help with turbo lag.
Something to try anyway.