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Old 01-02-2006, 13:00   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys
as most would know i have changed my car to manual a few weeks ago and love!
the other day seens i had got use to the shift pattern and bedded in the clutch i thought it was time to hang a ****ing rip snorter of a burnout out side of a mates place!
it was going awesome untill i noticed the engine and exhaust was making a funny noise and i just thought for a second "shouldnt it be hitting the rev limiter by now" as i looked down the Tacho was pinned to the 6,000rpms mark so i quickly shifted to 2nd!
and way a couple of days latter i thought to my self well if it hasnt got a rev limiter then does it have a speed limiter so i found a nice long strectch and again all the way over to 220 and it was still pulling!!!!

so would you guys have any idea's why my ECU doesnt have a rev limiter or speed limiter it is a stock manual ECU that i bought off ebay!

also should i be worried about it reving to 6,000RPMS????

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Old 01-03-2006, 00:45   #2 (permalink)
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what model falcon was it?

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Hows the 5 speed mate, big improvment hey!and the burnouts are so easy.
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massive improvment from the auto i didnt think it would be this good!!!

its a EF falcon coil packs and stuff
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i so want a t5 in my fairmont xf.. what u think the gain would be like?
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i so want a t5 in my fairmont xf.. what u think the gain would be like?
best bang for ya buck!

big improvement mate.
Just think youll have 5 gears instead of 3.
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hey guys
as most would know i have changed my car to manual a few weeks ago and love!
the other day seens i had got use to the shift pattern and bedded in the clutch i thought it was time to hang a ****ing rip snorter of a burnout out side of a mates place!
it was going awesome untill i noticed the engine and exhaust was making a funny noise and i just thought for a second "shouldnt it be hitting the rev limiter by now" as i looked down the Tacho was pinned to the 6,000rpms mark so i quickly shifted to 2nd!
and way a couple of days latter i thought to my self well if it hasnt got a rev limiter then does it have a speed limiter so i found a nice long strectch and again all the way over to 220 and it was still pulling!!!!

so would you guys have any idea's why my ECU doesnt have a rev limiter or speed limiter it is a stock manual ECU that i bought off ebay!

also should i be worried about it reving to 6,000RPMS????

cheers Notty
It should have a speed limiter at about 180kmh.
And it should have a rev limiter anywhere between 5700-6000 rpm
dont be to worried about reving to 6000, just dont do it to much.
I do it but i also am prepared if it did blow up.
a second hand motor is only $650 with a 3 month warranty which aint bad imo.
and you should no with in 3 months if you got a dud or not.
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Limiter should be at 5700rpm or thereabouts. Corresponds to the headflow dropoff. Interesting that the Eb2 head flowed more than the AU head!
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Old 01-09-2006, 02:18   #8 (permalink)
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speed limiter whats 1 of them?

i drive a ea 5spd it hits 6k in first but 5.7k in 2 and 3
i get about 210km/h its of the clock out of 4 and still not on revvy

ive also seen 1 of my mates ef xr6s rev way past 6 and its a auto!
stg 3 cam a chip though

my old man has a ea 4 spd auto and compared 2 mine it goes way better i leave him 4 dead on the strip
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