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does anyone know how to get rid of the govenor on an 01 ranger xlt? i put it in neutral and rev it. it boggs out at 3000 RPM its annoying.
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only way is a tuner like the XCAL 3.
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Why do you need it to rev higher in neutral ?
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Why do you need it to rev higher in neutral ?
gotta be able to do those sick neutral drops man!
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gotta be able to do those sick neutral drops man!
i could only imagine that ouch $$$$
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does anyone know how to get rid of the govenor on an 01 ranger xlt? i put it in neutral and rev it. it boggs out at 3000 RPM its annoying.
anything will help
thanks all the way
Tuner, but the Revs stop a 3k for a reason.
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