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Old 01-19-2006, 16:31   #1 (permalink)
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Anyway To Over Come The 180 Limiter On Au , Without Spending Wads Of Cash
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Chip the PCM, or fit a cop one??

Had my AUII for a week when I tried it out. Had to see if it worked!!
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Is the limiter on AU onwards? Or will it also be on my EF falcon.
I have only given it a few quick bursts down the motorway up to about 170kmh, and then flick the cruise control on and sit at 3000rpm in top gear at 175. (briefly)
Maybe I will need to leave my foot down in third for a bit longer.
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Manuals are not speed limited!, yours must be an auto.
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Manuals are not speed limited!, yours must be an auto.
yeah , auto , pulls all the way to 180 then backs off.
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Chip the PCM, or fit a cop one??

Had my AUII for a week when I tried it out. Had to see if it worked!!
who chips the pcm , are they reliable ? what about cop one . where and how
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Re: 180km/h Limiter

Normally a few cop PCM's on ebay.

Check out fordmods.com for tech info on this sort of stuff
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THANKS SMALLY .
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Chip the PCM, or fit a cop one??

Had my AUII for a week when I tried it out. Had to see if it worked!!
did you notice much difference ???
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I meant before I tried out the speed limiter, Ive got a stocky PCM.
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