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Old 12-24-2009
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If you guys with autos really wanna see of there is a limiter then leave it in gear. I wouldn't though. Leave it in drive and let the tranny do the shifting.
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mine is limited to 97 mph and ive never seen my RPM go above 5500, 2008 model
thats good ... 4cyls are limited to 93 (although my gps read 94 max downhill on i-15 between barstow and vegas) ... speedo said 100 but my tires are 215 / 70 / 15 and factory is 225 / 70 / 15
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Old 12-25-2009
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mine has seen the rev limiter a few times lol about 5500-6000
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Well,
obviously i wondered what the limit was cause there was not one marked on the tach.

I have taken mine to 5,500 with no rev limiter and I think that is about the limit based on the way the touque curve dropped.

thanks for the info, and my 3.0 will never see 6,000!!!!!

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mine gets to the highs every now and then easy when you have the under drive pulleys in
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My gauge cluster shows redline is 6-7K however my tunner says its set at 5980K

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my truck has never gone over 86mph lmao.. due to a restrictor.. and it also is restricted to 6k rpm. Which I have taken it to a few times.. Engine runs with zero problems.
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Thread from 2009 is from 2009.

I've gotten up to 6k and 90 down hill on the highway lol. I'M GIVING HER ALL SHE'S GOT CAPTAIN!!
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Old 04-14-2011
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tooo these trucks , i ask this just i was wondering whats a safe RPM to gun it too 4 or 5 lol
this is just something i would like to know
With my computer OBDII hookup, i can view engine diagnostics and gauges. I can hit 6189 rpms MAX from first to second gear, automatic. But however, there is a lower neutral redline for 3600 rpms (limiter). Plus, in the auto, once you hit the redline, the torque (maybe only in my case) from the shift is enough to rocket you forward
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