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Old 08-11-2005, 10:27 PM
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I have a 2003 Ford Ranger 3.0 it shuts down at 90mph. How can you by pass the rev limiter or governor ?

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Drop a small block Chevy in it . The only way to by-pass the limiter that I know of is a re-program of the computer.

Next question one has to ask, is why would you want to go faster than 90 in Ford Ranger?

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90 ...In a Ranger???

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Drop a small block Chevy in it . The only way to by-pass the limiter that I know of is a re-program of the computer.

Next question one has to ask, is why would you want to go faster than 90 in Ford Ranger?

Vince
Dude , not my car ,I'm a bow tie kind of guy I don't like cars where they mark the problem by putting a blue oval around it. But a buck is a buck !! and if someone wants to pay me to work on thier oval I'll take thier money and charge double hehehaha! But thanks for the info!!Brian
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Old 08-12-2005, 10:07 PM
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Hey man not my vehicle , but for the right price I will even work on a blue oval. Especially in the city they won't have much of a chance to open her up without wrapping it around a pole or a free ride in a police cruiser . I gave up asking questions . I quote a price and if they pay I will do my best to fix it.
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Old 08-12-2005, 10:25 PM
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Especially in the city they won't have much of a chance to open her up without wrapping it around a pole
Oh, so thats what you need the 90+ for. City driving

Hey if you are getting paid to do this. Consider the reprocussions of bypassing any safety device.
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