Someone educate me about the difference in the controllers. When I got the Ram with the integrated controller I was really impressed with the way it worked because it measured brake pedal movement (pressure?) to determine the amount of voltage to send to the brakes.
I thought (and could be wrong) the P3 controller, which I have on my older CTD Ram, measured momentum, or rate of deceleration, to determine how much voltage to send. If that's the case then it would seem logical that the integrated controller would be much faster in applying voltage. If I really step hard on the brake pedal then the brakes would get full power...right now with no delay. The momentum system would be slightly slower, although only by maybe a ¼ to ½ second.
Also, as the P3 system sensed lower deceleration, as in when you are almost stopped, I've been told the sensor (pendulum?) will release some pressure which in turn would start lowering voltage to the brakes.
Seems to me the integrated systems would be better, and I like how the "pressure" meter is in the line of sight on the instrument panel.
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