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Old 08-25-2016, 06:08 PM   #31
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He goes around doing that a lot , he is pissed at me , I mostly ignore him

You are correct the MK1 engine loves higher rpm and pulls good up there still , I would do about 7300-7400 , I am working on all strategys to be able to raise the limiter but very few MK3 Strategys I can raise the limiter yes , it is being worked on

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Old 08-27-2016, 08:54 PM   #32
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So I'd my memory surfing me correctly and that you have done it on some of your tunes, you're just trying to get ahold of them to get their specs or something? Honestly I want to get rid of it for when in neutral just to Rev her up, because as far as it's current Rev limit I don't see there being much more power past red limit.
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The MK3 engine needs to go to about 7000-7200 , it does very well above 6500

I wouldnt take the N rev limiter off , with out a load on the engine I would go past 4000 max

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Did you ever find out how to remove the rev limiter
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Old 02-21-2019, 07:05 AM   #35
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if you get toms tune, he may be able to bump up the rpm, my request to him was when i press the brake to the floor, while in drive, (2014 focus se hatch dct) the car goes into a neutral gear, where i can freely rev it up to around 4k rpm without it preloading the drivetrain, where it flattens off i would like it to have a popping limiter not a flat limiter, and id also like those rpms raised to maybe 4800 or so. im waiting for the tuning kit to arrive as ive already ordered it, if he can complete this task for me i will repost here and let you know.
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In D and on the brake then hitting the gas wont allow you to go to a N gear where it will not load the clutches , That I am sure of

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In D and on the brake then hitting the gas wont allow you to go to a N gear where it will not load the clutches , That I am sure of

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wow i was just looking through forums and very negative thread here. The guy was just asking a question no need to be a dick about it
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????

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