Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2003 07:22:33 -0500
From: 'nuther Bob <noemailnopsammain.com>
Subject: Re: Changing suspension on new 2003 9-3?


On Sun, 30 Mar 2003 20:27:48 GMT, hohnopsamlid.invalid (Goran Larsson) wrote: >In article <4q6a8vose7htblu5c052620nroggfs0qisnopsamcom>, >'nuther Bob <noemailnopsammain.com> wrote: > >> No limiters in the USA... > >AFAIK all Trionic 7 cars (9-5 and later 9-3) have the same speed >limiter (built into the T7 software) on all markets. The speed limiter >in the 9-5 is set to 240km/h, except for the Aero where it is set to >250km/h. The speed limiter is certainly limiting speed as chip tuners >move it, e.g. the limiter in my 9-5 has been moved to 280km/h. 280km/h >is also close to rev. limit at highest gear. I have not tried to find >out what limits speed, the speed limiter, the rev. limiter, or drag. That's interesting. I hadn't heard that about the T-7. The limit you mentioned is close to the drag limited speed from what I've heard, so it may not matter much. Anyone out there been to the track in a T-7 lately ? Bob

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