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hello,been reading a while and decided to join now,I`m 30 year old and from Finland.

i have -03 450 foreman es,and was wondering is there a way to get the limiter bypassed,feels like the rpm:s stop at halfway when the limiter comes on..
 

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Wow, we've gone international. Welcome aboard.

I'm no tsure how to bypass it but someone will know if and how it can be done. I'll check in to it too.
 

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Wow, we've gone international. Welcome aboard.

I'm no tsure how to bypass it but someone will know if and how it can be done. I'll check in to it too.
Thank you very much

if anyone would know please let me know
 

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Wecome!!
let me ask you, though, why would you want the rev limit removed, I would be afraid of doing damage to the motor with out it.
 

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if there will be a damage,then we fixit heheh...well no,i dont often drive with full throttle with 5 gear...but sometimes it would be nice to get just a few more rpm out of it..
 

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I haven't seen anything on it yet. I will let you know as soon as I do.
 

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rev limiter

I have seen 400 ex bypass the limiter. You buy an aftermarket rev limiter by dyna and it overrides the stock one and lets you adjust to where ever you want.
 

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rev limiter

I have seen 400 ex bypass the limiter. You buy an aftermarket rev limiter by dyna and it overrides the stock one and lets you adjust to where ever you want.
 
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