V6 (1994-2004) MustangsTechnical discussions on the 3.8L and 3.9L V6 torque monsters Sponsored by Optima Batteries
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well unless you currently top out at like 100, which could be so, i doubt you'll ever really be affected by the top end loss. basically i'm not so sure that a removal is necessary if it's even possible. but don't chips do that?
i top out at 110 but i have done the math if i do a 4.10 gear ratio in the rear end gear il only b able to top out at 85 so if anyone can help me with the governor how to remove it or whatever please help and thanks for you input Jugador
This camera here is idiot proof.
Whats this button do?
I dont know.
3.8L 98 Mustang (SOLD)
04 4.6L Mustang GT (RIP)
99 4.6L Mustang GT: Mac LT, O/R X-pipe, Flowmaster American Thunder Catback, PP TB and Plenum, JLT RAI
4.10 is way too much for a sixer. i like 3.55, ive had 3.55 and 3.73, and i like it better. you can get the chip reprogrammed to have no governor, but unless you get rubber that can go that fast, its a real bad idea to get the gov. lifted. those things are there for a reason. you need a 23 tooth speedo gear for either 3.55 or 3.73 gears
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