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Old 03-19-2012, 08:38 AM   #1
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Is there a way to mess with my rev limiter. Cause out just ticks me off.
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Is there a way to mess with my rev limiter. Cause out just ticks me off.
When your in park or neutral? Or like when your racing?
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Old 03-19-2012, 11:30 AM   #3
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When your in park or neutral? Or like when your racing?
When I'm in park. You know how it goes to 4 grand. And just stays there. I'd like to change today.
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When I'm in park. You know how it goes to 4 grand. And just stays there. I'd like to change today.
Well if you have a tuner you can change it a little. But I suggest against it, its their to protect our little 6's for overheating a messing up
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Well if you have a tuner you can change it a little. But I suggest against it, its their to protect our little 6's for overheating a messing up
Oh alrighty
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Old 03-20-2012, 07:44 AM   #6
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Sell your auto get a manual , if mine stopped revving at 4k I would of sold the car by now.
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Sell your auto get a manual , if mine stopped revving at 4k I would of sold the car by now.
i have a manual and when i rev it then it wont go any higher than 4k...
theres a rev limiter on manuals too so that your engine wont overheat
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Old 03-20-2012, 09:32 PM   #8
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I have a manual and mine goes well over 4k.and I'm pretty sure the 70yr old man that owned it before didn't remove it.they put it on all of them?
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I have a manual and mine goes well over 4k.and I'm pretty sure the 70yr old man that owned it before didn't remove it.they put it on all of them?
maybe it has to do with the year. i have a 2005 so maybe they didnt have a limiter on the newer ones?

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I have a manual and mine goes well over 4k.and I'm pretty sure the 70yr old man that owned it before didn't remove it.they put it on all of them?
wait are you talking about in neutral or while in gear?
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I'm talking in gear,I've never revved it that high in neutral,is that what you guys are talking about?I thought that at first but then wondered if you were talking about neutral why would anyone want to remove the limiter for neutral.
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Neutral or park makes no difference before y'all get excited lol still a 4250 cap
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I'm not talking either,I mean in actual gear, not sure about the gentleman that started this post,I kno for a fact in 1st,2nd,3rd,4th,and 5th gear I have no limiter.
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I'm not talking either,I mean in actual gear, not sure about the gentleman that started this post,I kno for a fact in 1st,2nd,3rd,4th,and 5th gear I have no limiter.
i was talking about in neutral for like just revving to show off the sound haha ive pushed my car way passed 4k rpms in gear...
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i was talking about in neutral for like just revving to show off the sound haha ive pushed my car way passed 4k rpms in gear...
That's what I figured,I was like what 4k In gear there is no way,but car and driver said the auto was a almost a whole second less 0-60 than the manual so I was thinking mabey because of this.I learned something new today,lol
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That's what I figured,I was like what 4k In gear there is no way,but car and driver said the auto was a almost a whole second less 0-60 than the auto so I was thinking mabey because of this.I learned something new today,lol
Lol you might wanna edit that on the auto to auto comparison
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Lol you might wanna edit that on the auto to auto comparison
What do u mean?
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