Unless this is some sort of company vehicle, it has no governor.New HeadlineIf by governor you mean the vehicle speed/RPM restrictor (rev limiter), the only way to "remove" it is by reprogramming the vehicles ECM (the computer). There are several brands of aftermarket reprogrammers and replacement computer chips to choose from. With most products, you will be able to adjust the rev limiter (faster speeds), change when the transmission shifts, recalibrate the speedometer after wheel and tire modifications. The list could go on and on. Here is a web site that may help you a little more, www.hypertech.com. This company is one of the most trusted that's out there. I hope that helps you a little more.
A 1995 Chevrolet Tahoe has a 5.7L 350 TBI V8 for a engine, not a vortec.
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5.7L V8 350 Vortec.
Every vehicle has a different type of horsepower depending on the specifications of the vehicle. The 1999 Tahoe Z71 350 Vortec Engine has a horsepower of 255 at 4600 RPMs.
NO. the bellhousings are different on the 96 and 97 transmissions then all the rest of the transmissions in the 90s
That would be the 5.7L / 350 Vortec.
Would be a 5.7 L Vortec 350 approx 285 horse engine..
The spark plug gap for a Chevrolet Tahoe 5.7 350 Vortec should be set at .060 inches. This spark plug will be purchased preset from any auto parts store.
Yes the are the same engines. That is a direct bolt in
There are aftermarket programmers available that allow this.
Type your answer here... I had the same problem with my 96 Tahoe.. Vortec 350. Problem was a blown intake gasket.