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fuel-cut-off #428863 Mar 29, 3:04pm Mar 29, 3:04pm
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iz there a way ta remove or disable the fuel cut off system once you hit the limit wen ur revvin?

Re: fuel-cut-off [Re: iWaNtAcELiCa97] #428864 Mar 29, 5:25pm Mar 29, 5:25pm
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why would you ant to turn it off??? It's there for a reason.

with the apexi power fc you can set to any rpm you want. but if your internals are all stock I dont recommend going any higher then 8600 rpms.


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Re: fuel-cut-off [Re: Lucky_317] #428865 Mar 29, 5:33pm Mar 29, 5:33pm
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that is retarded
let's just rev till our motor blows guys and wear the internals


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Re: fuel-cut-off [Re: VSGTS14] #428866 Mar 29, 7:10pm Mar 29, 7:10pm
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... ok..i dint think bout the explosion part LOL..but i dont like the fact knowin that the car automatically cuts the fuel off wen you hit a certain RPM..sry, im now gettin inta the mechanics of the car

Re: fuel-cut-off [Re: iWaNtAcELiCa97] #428867 Mar 29, 7:12pm Mar 29, 7:12pm
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your gonna wanna leave it there until the engine gets built to handle more, its there for a reason, it doesn't make you go any slower, you'll never have a point where you top it out in the final gear unless you have a good amount of work done, and its easier to do a burnout when you can just ping the rev limiter. might also save you from time to time racing.


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Re: fuel-cut-off [Re: trdcelica13] #428868 Mar 31, 6:20am Mar 31, 6:20am
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I think it'd be cool to have a fuel cut-off in neutral at like 5,000 or where ever to produce the best launch time. I think that'd be kinda nice just floor it and dump the clutch and still get a good launch


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