Increasing top speed

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Engine Discussion and Performance Mods' started by raptor_qatar, Sep 16, 2013.

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  1. MustangAndRaptor

    MustangAndRaptor Full Access Member

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    totally agree, I would be fine with a limit of 137. Not trying to kill myself. My 2007 Roush Nitemare F150 was built more for this type of stuff than the raptor and at 125-130 it was a handful
     
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    How did you get the speedometer in km/h?
     
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    I would plan on swapping out the driveshaft if you plan on driving high speed. Do not want to see what happens at 130mph when the stock one lets go. Also hope you are running a set of project tires at those speeds.

    You could easily data log the run and see what it is doing when it hits the limit. My guess is that it still has a limiter set. You would see real fast in the log if its hitting a limiter as it pulls timing and fuel.
     

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