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    this maybe a old question but how do you get rid of the fuel cut out in 99sc2 auto i hear it well cut out at 120 so how do i get rid of that
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    Standalone engine management.

    Please search the forum. Im sure this has been covered more than 5 times.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by jeremy97sc
      Standalone engine management.

      Please search the forum. Im sure this has been covered more than 5 times.
      yeah pretty much, and about every other saturn forum there is.

      well wonder if there is going to be some bashing going on again. but ive got to ask, what is the purpose for removing it? is there any real reason to do so?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by jeremy97sc
        Standalone engine management.

        Please search the forum. Im sure this has been covered more than 5 times.
        5 is a understatement. [img]{SMILIES_PATH}/lol.gif[/img]
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        • #5
          whats the point, you wont hit 120 at the track stock or n/a, and if on a highway its just plain stupid

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Saturn_06
            whats the point, you wont hit 120 at the track stock or n/a, and if on a highway its just plain stupid
            Damn he is learning. [img]{SMILIES_PATH}/razz.gif[/img]
            2002 Saturn SL1- 5 speed, basic, slow, and staying that way.
            1993 Lexus SC300- Project turning into gold...

            Formerly knows as "Saturntuner05."
            Too many past turds to list.

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            • #7
              only from the best...

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              • #8
                dont think you can with autos. maybe a manual pcm, but not even sure of that.

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                • #9
                  well if you have a manual and swap to a certain auto pcm then your standstill limiter is gone but i still think the speed will be limited.
                  2002 Saturn SL1- 5 speed, basic, slow, and staying that way.
                  1993 Lexus SC300- Project turning into gold...

                  Formerly knows as "Saturntuner05."
                  Too many past turds to list.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Saturntuner05
                    well if you have a manual and swap to a certain auto pcm then your standstill limiter is gone but i still think the speed will be limited.
                    depends on year. and on ecu. Some ecus dont have the limiter. Mine pulls past 120 I know that much.

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                    • #11
                      yeah mine goes to 124. [img]{SMILIES_PATH}/lol.gif[/img] I know that but for the OBD-II's are diffrent and they are really picky.
                      2002 Saturn SL1- 5 speed, basic, slow, and staying that way.
                      1993 Lexus SC300- Project turning into gold...

                      Formerly knows as "Saturntuner05."
                      Too many past turds to list.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Saturntuner05
                        yeah mine goes to 124. [img]{SMILIES_PATH}/lol.gif[/img] I know that but for the OBD-II's are diffrent and they are really picky.
                        obd I > obd II

                        having only 1 O2 sesnor rocks. but anyway, back on topic. lets let one of te smarter guys answer his question. and by smarting, I dont mean someone who will bash him for wanting to remove his limiter, or saying that he is a retard because blah blah blah

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                        • #13
                          i already stated it Frank

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                          • #14
                            to answer your question: see the second post

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