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Old 13 Mar 2011, 04:16 pm
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Default is it bad to do 115mph in D3 in a 03 honda accord?

just curious cuz the rpms started to top off and i know it doesnt do it in drive
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Old 13 Mar 2011, 04:31 pm
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whatever your car can do, its not bad for it. now if you modify a chip or something, to get it to do that, then yeah it might be bad for it.
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Old 13 Mar 2011, 04:46 pm
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YES its bad......D3 is drive....regular D is over drive.....meaning by having it in D3 ur not letting it shift into high gear (ur trans is a 4 speed)































doing this will tear up ur engine and transmission......















































** unless ur towing something or driving in ice or snow ....or similar u should only use the D position on an auto....
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Old 13 Mar 2011, 05:01 pm
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It's bad to do 115 in any gear on a public road, if you want to keep your license.
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Old 13 Mar 2011, 05:16 pm
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wow what a effn' ricer, d3? really?? your burning up your transmission badly i bet your gear ratio is all cut up by now. You have an automatic not a manual car, so stay in D
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