The most advanced aftermarket Motorsports DCCD controller only $595.00!
DCCDPro Spiider Plus Controller (Universal Plus) is a dual processor intelligent DCCD controller with wheel speed analysis. This controller has a dedicated processor for sensing wheel slippage on top of all the unique and powerful aspects of the Spiider (Universal) Controller that allows for a real hands free, driver adapting capability. The only DCCD controller in the world with dual processor, is specially important, as one being assigned to comparing/analysis of wheel speeds directly from the ABS wheel sensors rather than an inaccurate reading from single sensor input. The system is integrated in a single box (IP65) for easy installation and less wiring. This unit includes all parts needed for DCCD operation and is independent of ECU/ECM. The system does not need any part of ABS system except the two wheel speed sensors to operate. It is fully programmable through USB port (included) using our free application. Note: SI-Drive controls (08+) support is also free of charge.
Visit our Facebook page to read about the drivers and teams using our technology and reaching new heights in their races:
1st place in Rally AWD at CHCA Temple Canyon Hill Climb 2016!
1st place in Street Modified and 1st place overall PAX Delta Montmagny 06/11/16
Another success for this great team. Over-joyed and excited to have contributed to this accomplishment with our leading edge DCCD controller technology of Spiider family of products and looking forward to seeing even higher accolades from Rocky Mountain Autosports Team:
Here is a nice email we received from Recce Rally Team that makes us proud of the most advanced adaptive technology we provide:
“The car is still running your DCCD controller (referring to Spiider controller), and traction seems to be improving after each test. I am still very satisfied with the product. The algorithms seems to take nicely to the new faster average speed of the car, too.”
Here’s a video of the recent test::
Rocky Mountain Autosports, Inc. on their facebook page writes:
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We have been asked many times “does it matter where the G-sensor is located for a DCCD Controller to perform well ?”.
The answer is yes, absolutely. The closer the G-sensor is to the center of weight distribution the more accurate it can sense the events ( x/y acceleration/deceleration) and that is why our controller has high precision, fast responding one outside of the main box to allow for hign performance . Just one of many features of our leading DCCD controller products.
Our Universal Controllers are programmed with an advanced firmware that is adaptive. If you change the knob setting in adaptive mode more than 5%, the adaptive algorithm kicks in. Now you might ask, what does that do? The answer is, it starts looking at your driving behavior and how fast the inputs are changing and finds an optimum point to your driving behavior to smooth the system response rather than overshoot or undershoot in it’s response. Just another unique innovation in our products for a truly hands-free experience.
Deft Motion Rally Team, congratulations for first place in your class at temple canyon hill climb in canon city!
Here is a note from Dan regarding Universal Controller:
Got the car tuned and headed to the temple canyon hill climb in canon city over the weekend! We lead all day Saturday and then got rained out on Sunday. Still waiting for the official results but we placed first based off of Saturdays times! The new diff controller worked great! Here’s a pic of us coming up through the canyon!
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