Factory is said to have it at 145 (read it in one of the name brand mag.s... forgot who) so I guess it wasn't necessary to turn it off when I programmed with the Diablo.GTRaptor said:Around 140 mph, maybe a bit less considering the weight, hp and aerodynamics.......and length of road
The V6 is limited by the computer to ~112 MPH. The engine is also RPM limited by the computer. I know the tuners can remove the RPM limiter. No idea on the MPH limit though.zregime said:Leon: Re the XCal...I asked that same question in a different thread last week but didn't get an answer. Talked to a couple of motorheads at work and they believe it WILL. (I watch a little NASCAR and am always hearing about the "restrictor plates" so had thought it was a piece of metal as opposed to just a setting in the computer chip -- apparently that's not the case for our vehicles). But there are folks on this site who I think will know for sure...let's hope one of them sees your question and responds...
I can't find the exact #. I know that on my V6 the engine power starts to die when you get too close to 6,000 rpm. I found something in the specs that says max upshift rpm for the auto: 5850 V6, 6250 GT. Limit must be near that.Dineau said:RPM is limited to what?
I read that the GT is drag limited- the cars aerodynamics are the limiting factor. At ~145 MPH it just can't go any faster without more HP.ILikeBond said:On the GT, the stock car is electronically limited to 147 mph. If you use a tune to remove the limiter, under the right conditions, aerodynamics will stop the car's acceleration at ~ 160 mph. That is, 160 is about its top speed.