I believe that there is no mechanical speed governor. It is controlled by the PCM which you would have to reprogram to increase the limit.
There is no term limit for the governor of Minnesota.
Maybe take a look at "SLD (Speed Limit Defencer)" by HKS
Yes, there is a limit.
There are no term limits for Governor in Iowa.
4 years The term limit for Alaska's governor is two consecutive four-year terms.
It is related to a ride control problem. The cars computer is going to limit your speed to 90 mph due to a malfunction in the ride control system.
A load limit governor is a device that is controls the amount fuel that goes to the engine. This ensures that the amount of fuel that goes into the engine is not above the specified limit.
Cannot physically remove the speed "governor" on the car - it is controlled via the ECM (engine control module). Same with other parameters such as RPM limit, fuel cut-off limit, etc. Toyota ECM cannot be "flashed" as readily as other makes, you must run a piggyback or similar to intercept those signals.
Have the governor teken out. Have the governor teken out.
Before 2003 the limit was 3 terms. Since that time the term limit laws were repealed and their is currently no limit on time the governor of Utah can remain in office, providing of course that they are re-elected and/or don't retire from office.
No there is not.
The term of office of Governor of Illinois is four years, and there is no limit on the number of terms a governor may serve.
Two consecutive terms.
To limit the power of the Executive
In 2002 the Governor of Georgia made $127,303. The term limit is 2 terms.
To limit the speed at which the vehicle can be driven.
Limit the power of the governor
There is no term limit in Minnesota.