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How do I raise the rev limit?

Old 01-22-2005, 04:38 PM
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I have a pr4 ecu and it's socketed. Now, how do I raise the rev limit on it? I've opened the stock pr4 map, but the rev limit isn't selectable in the options.
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I smell a ricer. :P

Why exactly do you want to raise the rev limiter? Is your motor built? What exactly do you have done to it to warrant raising the rev limiter?
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If you are using Turbo edit click file and then properties and that will brin gup the flag items. Just selector rev limits.
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If you are using Turbo edit click file and then properties and that will brin gup the flag items. Just selector rev limits.
I don't believe you can do that in a stock rom.
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No, actually not a ricer, I only drive a Honda for commuting purposes. Actually, It's a GSR in my friend's car, but he's using an LS ecu. Like I said, when I go to properties, I can't select rev limit, only fuel multipliers.
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Default Re:How do I raise the rev limit?

Originally Posted by Dr.Boost
I smell a ricer. :P

Why exactly do you want to raise the rev limiter? Is your motor built? What exactly do you have done to it to warrant raising the rev limiter?

bwahahahahaha thats funny right there
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Originally Posted by Jmirage
No, actually not a ricer, I only drive a Honda for commuting purposes. Actually, It's a GSR in my friend's car, but he's using an LS ecu. Like I said, when I go to properties, I can't select rev limit, only fuel multipliers.
Ah, that makes sense. Sorry for misjudging you.

I would suggest opening a boost rom and copy and paste the maps from the stock PR4 onto that and scale everything down for 240cc injectors.
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Old 01-22-2005, 05:03 PM
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Thanks. I can't believe how fast that response was. Alright, where do I go for the boosted rom?

And you maybe smellin' the rice from my clothes after hanging out with some of my friends. I'll admit they're ricers. Nothin' rice about MY turbo cars.
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Here is a place to download/upload all the bins you could ever need.
http://www.-------------/bins/index.p...tory=TurboEdit

BTW, it's a sticky at the top of this forum. :P

I would suggest this one.
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Got it, what do I do about "unable to scale to smaller injector"??
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