We are now back to normal operation status and with the enhancements done, we are
able to fill orders even faster. We are shipping the next business day on most orders
now and making sure that we meet 2 business day deadline we have set for ourselves.
We are upgrading and calibrating equipment in our test lab starting Tuesday May 21st for three days (Monday is a statutory Holiday here in Ontario). All the orders until May 23rd will be shipped the following week. If you enter your order between now and May 23rd we will give you a %10 discount to say we are sorry for the delay. Please use the coupon code “labupgrade10″ to receive the discount.
Here is an exciting new announcement. We are now a full member of SEMA (Specialty Equipment Markets Association) and also a member of SPC (Street Performance Council) group under SEMA.
If you are interested to know what SEMA is about please visit:
The DCCDPro Team
Great news for DCCDPro: our DCCDPro Universal Controller is mentioned on the April ’13 issue of Modified Magazine! And we are really excited not only about being mentioned twice, but about the fact that the car on which our controller was installed is a ’04 Subaru Baja XT.
The article, which was written by David Pratte and appears on page 30 of the April ’13 issue (Volume 12 No. 3), describes RJ Lane’s ’04 Subaru Baja XT modification made for the purpose of creating a powerful and versatile car. So, we were very excited to read that when it came to the drivetrain our Universal Controller was installed as part of a new transmission swap.
If you are interested on reading the article online, click on the following link https://www.circsource.com/store/storeBackIssDescription.html?backIssueId=4282 or simply stop by your local bookstore to pick a copy of the magazine.
DCCDPro Universal Controller now has one more feature added to it’s list of features with Left Foot Braking. LFB was in beta phase for many months and only in the last month has passed this phase and is now available as an add-on on our web store.
What does LFB feature do?
LFB feature allows the driver to keep the lock ratio at desired level using throttle while breaking with left foot. Basically if the throttle is at 30 percent or higher the throttle takes over brake in controlling the lock ratio of DCCD. This Feature provides a higher degree of transmission torque control to drivers that use the LFB technique in their driving behavior (routine).
The DCCDPro.com Team
Introducing FUELPro, the new addition to the family of products at DCCDPro.com:
FUELPro is a Performance Fuel Pump Controller that has many advantages to the Subaru stock controller. It is a processor based controller that continuously adjusts the fuel pump power to maximize flow without overrunning power. This will enhance performance while increasing the life of the pump and reducing power waste. FUELPro can control various performance pumps, can drive up to 55 Amps peak and it is easy to install. Here is the link on the webstore:
The DCCDPro.com Team
It has been a great year for us here at DCCDPro.com, so we want to thank you, our customers, and wish you all the success and happiness in year 2013.
The DCCDPro Team
Well, it is getting to that time of year again…and we have to start thinking about the Christmas holiday rush.
If I have to guess-timate, I would say the latest you can order and have your order in time for Christmas is Dec 14th. I will still try to get orders to people after that time but don’t be heartbroken if it isn’t possible after that date.
That 10 days minimum gives me enough time to make your order, and ship it out, and for UPS to deliver it in time to get it under the tree.
I’ll also be upgrading orders to free UPS shipping starting immediately and extending to Dec 14 since the backlog is already beginning to build and I want to move those orders out to you asap. (Don’t worry about selecting UPS in the shipping options, just pick free shipping and I will send them all out via UPS for the next 2 weeks.)
I hate to rush you but if you are thinking about ordering for Christmas best to get your order in asap.
I know…not the news any of us wants to hear. Fall is coming.
Around this time it usually starts getting busy for me as everyone scrambles to finish up their swaps before it gets cold.
Last winter was so mild here, there were only a few days when we really needed snow tires, but awd is still a big help even just on cold wet pavement.
If you need a controller, I encourage you to beat the rush…don’t wait until the first snow fly’s to figure out you need your awd back! Right now my build/ship times are excellent, I am working through the orders very quickly as they come in.
I’m back from holidays and working hard on the orders placed during the time I was away.
All orders placed before I left have shipped, and I’m catching up quickly.
I continued the sale for an additional week until Aug 15 to allow people to get in on the savings.
Not much else exciting is going on, development of the ETSPro is still ongoing, I’m working on CANBUS products for the newest generation of swaps. So far experiments have been positive, but it will take some time.