how do i disable governor on 2006 mustang

Asked by Jan 25, 2009 at 09:35 PM about the 2006 Ford Mustang V6 Premium

Question type: Car Customization

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A hand held tuner like SCT's or DiabloSport's will remove the governor. Just make sure you are running properly rated tires (Z or W rating) Your tires will basically fall apart if they are not rated for the correct speeds which will be above 115mph.

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good point. A blowout at 125 mph is NO FUN AT ALL (if you even live to tell about it)

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The speed limiter can be removed by various hand held tuners. BUT BEWARE!!!!!! The reason for the speed limiter is because of a flaw in the two piece drive shaft. It separates in higher speeds obove the limiter. The only way I would remove it is if I purchased a one piece drive shaft with the drive shaft safety loops install.

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The sct xcal3 can reset you speed limiter to different speeds, and remove it.

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