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JDM VR-4. Speed Limiter.

miller

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Any pointers on the easiest way to remove the Japanese Speed Limiter please? Its currently cutting in at the 160km/h mark.

I know on the early Evo's there is a trick to remove a link on the back of the Speedo binnacle....
 

raptorWagon

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Didn't know that was a thing, but then again the USDM cars don't have such a thing.
 

MX4

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Remove your speedo cluster. There is a screw on the back that lines up with the 180kph marking on the front of the speedo. From memory the screw has a wire running off it. Remove the screw and no more speed limiter.
 

miller

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Remove your speedo cluster. There is a screw on the back that lines up with the 180kph marking on the front of the speedo. From memory the screw has a wire running off it. Remove the screw and no more speed limiter.
Cheers, Ill give that a go at the weekend coming up.
 

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