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Old 08-18-2013, 06:31 PM   #1
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Speed limit?

Does the bama 93 race tune removed the speed limiter?

Can I install the 2013 gt500 speedometer that goes to 220 mph on a gt and still read passed 160 mph?

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Does the bama 93 race tune removed the speed limiter?

Can I install the 2013 gt500 speedometer that goes to 220 mph on a gt and still read passed 160 mph?

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Why would you want to? Just for bragging rights? I seriously doubt you will ever see 160, let alone 220. Not trying to be a d***, just dont understand the motive.
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I think it sounds like an outstanding idea, not a waste of money at all. Just keep the pedal to the floor for as long as you can! Good luck
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Maybe he plans to go to the Bonneville Salt Flats to set a personal land speed record? Lol

But yeah, they'll remove the speed governor.
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Maybe he plans to go to the Bonneville Salt Flats to set a personal land speed record? Lol

But yeah, they'll remove the speed governor.
Lmao. Thats what i was thinking. Its not like you can do 160 on the street, or even the track (with a bolt on car anyway)!
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Deleted because everyone here always obeys the posted speed limit.
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If I were to do something like that it would be for bragging rights

Or the Texas mile with a fully built car :p
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I was going to ask the same ? for the sole purpose of the texas mile event
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Well guys the reason I am doing the speedometer charge is because there will be a standing mile even coming to south Florida at the end of this year and with the addition of a new paxton kit I will see way pass 160 mph.

So the question is if I bolt on a higher speedometer will the computer still read pass 160?? Thanks
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Simply switching out the speedo will not adjust your cars vehicle speed reading ability. The car will have to be tuned, and I bet it would be a pain due to the fact that after 100 mph the speedo jumps in 30 mph increments instead of the standard 20 mph.

Easiest thing to do is to get a GPS that would read your speed, most logical would be to just run the mile and not do anything like this because your slip will have your speed on it
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Simply switching out the speedo will not adjust your cars vehicle speed reading ability. The car will have to be tuned, and I bet it would be a pain due to the fact that after 100 mph the speedo jumps in 30 mph increments instead of the standard 20 mph.

Easiest thing to do is to get a GPS that would read your speed, most logical would be to just run the mile and not do anything like this because your slip will have your speed on it
Yea most of the guys that run the mile told me to run with a GPS, I guess that will be the easiest thing to do since it can't be a simple plug and play Thanks
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what is all the hate on this guys idea for? i had my 5.0 in Germany and i promise you... it'll easily go over 160. just be safe!
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what is all the hate on this guys idea for? i had my 5.0 in Germany and i promise you... it'll easily go over 160. just be safe!
When you get to 160 does your car make a bing sound like if the fuel level was low? It scared the hell out of me when mine did. lol
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I wonder if the speedometer in engineering mode reads over 160mph?

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I wonder if the speedometer in engineering mode reads over 160mph?

What the hell!!!! How can I get to that setting ?
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When you get to 160 does your car make a bing sound like if the fuel level was low? It scared the hell out of me when mine did. lol
Hmm... Not that I recall. And I had it over these speeds quite often on the autobahn and nurburgring. The 1.4 mile straight at the end of the track is awesome!!
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what is all the hate on this guys idea for? i had my 5.0 in Germany and i promise you... it'll easily go over 160. just be safe!
Nobody said the car "cant" do it. We were just saying its pointless unless you are going for long speed runs. I personally wont modify my car just to "look cool" breaking the law, doing 160mph on a public road.
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Does the bama 93 race tune removed the speed limiter?

Can I install the 2013 gt500 speedometer that goes to 220 mph on a gt and still read passed 160 mph?

Thanks in advance
I would highly recommend not going this fast on the street. However, we can raise the speed limiter! We do this in all of our Bama tunes.

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Maybe he plans to go to the Bonneville Salt Flats to set a personal land speed record? Lol

But yeah, they'll remove the speed governor.
I live 2 miles from the flats
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Why would you want to? Just for bragging rights? I seriously doubt you will ever see 160, let alone 220. Not trying to be a d***, just dont understand the motive.
The GT is factory limited to 155. I bet you can see more than 160 with the limiter off.
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The GT is factory limited to 155. I bet you can see more than 160 with the limiter off.
I know the 13s are limited to 147 from the factory
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what is all the hate on this guys idea for? i had my 5.0 in Germany and i promise you... it'll easily go over 160. just be safe!
Totally agree. If in Europe, you are not breaking the speed limit so there is no sense do 'deleting' or disagreeing. We put everything else on the cars to resemble the Cobra, or design to our personal own perfection, why not the speedo?

...and just because the speedo is changed does not mean that you are a reckless driver. If that was the case, all GT500 and other variants should be banned...
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For the 10th time, im not denying the car is capable of 160.

But you all can go for it then. I choose not to spend my money on pointless mods (for a street car). Yes we add gt500 or boss parts etc, but that actually increases performance or appearance. A speedo doesnt do anything but give you bragging rights. And if that's what you want, as grabber said, a GPS speedo is the easier way to go with the limiter removed. Just my .02. I also consider myself responsible enough not to do 160mph on the street....
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You can't turn the speed limiter completely off, but you can raise it to a almost unobtainable 255mph. Good luck hitting that in a aerodynamically challenged car like the mustang.
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You can't turn the speed limiter completely off, but you can raise it to a almost unobtainable 255mph. Good luck hitting that in a aerodynamically challenged car like the mustang.
Thank you. Exactly my point. Pointless mod.
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Thank you. Exactly my point. Pointless mod.
You're quite welcome. Anything over 140mph in a not so aerodynamic car is extremely dangerous. Have you ever heard the term "airfoil or lift"? F1, GTLM, LMP2, Rolex, NASCAR, drag cars, etc... They battle the challenges of aerodynamics constantly and they're typically averaging speeds lower than what you'll see in a mile. All it takes is a slight change in wind direction or a bump in the road to allow just the right amount of air under your car at that speed to turn it into a aircraft that's counting the seconds until it becomes a car again in such a violent way that its hard to tell what it was prior to being a aircraft. Good luck!
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You're quite welcome. Anything over 140mph in a not so aerodynamic car is extremely dangerous. Have you ever heard the term "airfoil or lift"? F1, GTLM, LMP2, Rolex, NASCAR, drag cars, etc... They battle the challenges of aerodynamics constantly and they're typically averaging speeds lower than what you'll see in a mile. All it takes is a slight change in wind direction or a bump in the road to allow just the right amount of air under your car at that speed to turn it into a aircraft that's counting the seconds until it becomes a car again in such a violent way that its hard to tell what it was prior to being a aircraft. Good luck!
I agree 100%. Let alone attempting this on the street. Even in Europe, whether its legal or not. Good way to get yourself or somebody else killed. If you can do 160mph SAFELY at a track, in an enclosed environment (good luck), then look at other options, even then i would use a GPS setup, to save headaches and money. But until then, spend the money on something that will actually increase performance and help get you there.

There's a reason why cars capable of 200+ mph have such a hefty pricetag. As dmc stated, there is so much that goes into aerodynamics and design to achieve such a desired speed. I love our cars, but simply, they are not designed to do 160+mph. Whether its a v6 or shelby 1000. The design just isn't there to do safely.
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I agree 100%. Let alone attempting this on the street. Even in Europe, whether its legal or not. Good way to get yourself or somebody else killed. If you can do 160mph SAFELY at a track, in an enclosed environment (good luck), then look at other options, even then i would use a GPS setup, to save headaches and money. But until then, spend the money on something that will actually increase performance and help get you there.

There's a reason why cars capable of 200+ mph have such a hefty pricetag. As dmc stated, there is so much that goes into aerodynamics and design to achieve such a desired speed. I love our cars, but simply, they are not designed to do 160+mph. Whether its a v6 or shelby 1000. The design just isn't there to do safely.

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[/COLOR]I give up since apparently no one even reads the previous posts. I clearly stated the car IS capable just not built to do it safely. I also was talking about doing it on the street, not a track. But go ahead and waste your money.

You can sugarcoat it and throw examples, stories, testimonials, and blah blah blah, at me all you want. But as Dwc stated, these cars were not designed to be 200+mph cars. They are a high performance machine, on a budget. Corners were cut, on the suspension and aerodynamics, so that they could provide stylish looks and a great motor while keeping the cost low. Just because the car CAN do something, it doesn't mean thats what it was built for. Ex. I can put a trailer hitch on my mustang and pull a trailer.... Does that mean Ford designed it for that purpose??
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