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Duratec 2.3 Dohc 2001.5/2011

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Duratec 2.3 Dohc 2001.5/2011

Has anyone taken this engine (with limiter removed) to max speed on the ranger m5odr1
 
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is that even possible? Every 4cyl ranger i have driven was a gutless wonder
 
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I haven't removed the limiter but did put an electric turbo onto it (3lbs extra boost) and managed 6.6 0-60 time on level ground with 4.10 rear ratio
 
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Originally Posted by tbone3366 View Post
I haven't removed the limiter but did put an electric turbo onto it (3lbs extra boost) and managed 6.6 0-60 time on level ground with 4.10 rear ratio
im sorry but im calling

 
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Wait for me to fix the dammed coolant tee and I'll record for you
 
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