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Old 19 Jan 2008, 08:31 pm
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Default Acura MDX rev limiter?

I have an '07 MDX with a redline of 6500rpm. How would I go about getting the shift rpm up to, say, 7000?
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Old 19 Jan 2008, 08:46 pm
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Rev limiters are usually in the ECU. I dont know if they can be reprogramed or not.
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Old 19 Jan 2008, 09:01 pm
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You would have to get an ECU management device such as Greddy E-Manage Ultimate.
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Old 19 Jan 2008, 09:16 pm
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You can get the ECU reprogrammed to increase the redline.
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