My 04 Rancher es tops out at 51 mph. It either hits a speed limiter or the rev limiter, so it the max it will go!
155 mph before the Speed Limiter kicks in. If you disconnect the Speed Limiter, the top speed is approximately 167 mph.
The Honda Prelude does not have a governor or speed limiter. It is only limited by drag at high speeds.
The top speed is 53 mph.
the top speed of both is 53 but the rancher seems to get there much quicker but my forman is 4x4 and my rancher is 2wd
I have a 350 Rancher, and Ive been able to hit speeds of 53 mph or 85 km/h.
It is not recommended by the manufacturer to remove the speed limiter on a Fiat Doblo. The speed limiter is installed for the safety of the vehicle operator.
if your car is automatic there should be no speed limiter, but if it is 5 speed manual, put an ECU out of an automatic 1996 240sx and the problem will be solved. im almost positive the ecu is OBD1 in the 1996, but make sure youre putting in the same OBD ecu.
u have to get a performance chip it will diasble the top speed limiter
120mph with the Governer limiter. without Governer limiter, 155mph.
Replace your CDI
The engine computer does act as a speed limiter.
the speed limiter is 150 i am still not sure of the top speed
You do not get rid of the speed limiter. It is in the engine control computer and you would have to have it reprogrammed.
With speed limiter ive had it up to 68 and that's stock how it came so my guess is with out a speed limiter around 80-90
I cant really answer this correctly without knowing which model it is. Is it a Rincon? Rancher? Rubicon? Foreman? If I knew then I could answer your question.
It has no governor. Speed is computer controlled.
DO you know what the top speed of this car is?
The standard ford focus has a limiter at 110 mph. The zx4 st model has a claimed limiter of 120mph but speeds up to 125 have been acheived with the limiter in place
it is a speed limiter of engine...control speed respect to load....
I heard some people remove a fuse which will kill many things including the speed limiter but that isn't really safe. The better solution is to get a unichip which would in the same time add some horsepower as well as removing the speed limiter
I my experiece (not that I would know *caugh*) you can get past the speed limiter eventually, you just need a longer stretch of road and a steady foot ;)
Maximum RPMs are controlled by the PCM. Check with a speed shop to see if they have an aftermarket chip to replace the original. If you blow your engine, it would NOT be covered by warranty.