I know of no car today that has a governor. Cars are computer controlled and have either a rev limiter or a fuel shut off or both. The purpose is to limit the speed of the car, and/or the revolutions that the engine can turn.
The speed governor is set to 115mph. I hit it many times when I had that car
You do not, this is regulated by the ECM. The car's top speed is 108mph.
There is no governor on this car. The speed is computer controlled by a rev limiter or fuel shutoff.
There is no speed governer, the car's powertrain control module is responsible for not only governing the speed, but making the car work.
The most common use of a governor is to limit the top speed of the vehicle...most newer cars have them and the speed is set by the manufacturer...they can be changed with a flash programmer for that specific vehicle.
stock the car has a governor that kicks on at 108 mph. Top speed =108
There is no governor to remove. Speed is controlled by the ECU.There is no governor to remove. Speed is controlled by the ECU.
It has no governor. Speed is computer controlled.
It has no governor. Speed is controlled by the computer.
The speed governor is factory set and factory altered. If the owner desires to increase speed the governor can be purchased with out limits.
no speed governor, it is set at factory by the computer.