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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-03-2019, 12:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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2019 Teryx4 le speed limiter

Hey anybody know a way around the 50 mph speed limiter? I have heard there is a tuner that goes around it but I can’t find any info on it. Thanks
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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-04-2019, 05:29 AM
 
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I saw some info on alba working on computer tunes for the teryx. They haven’t made it yet but there working on it.
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post #3 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-04-2019, 10:09 AM
 
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JBS or V-Force John both offer plug-in programmers or Benchmark Performance will reflash the factory ECU.

With either choice part of the top speed increase is from the rev limiter being raised also, not just the speed limiter being removed. From my understanding if you only remove the speed limiter that only gets you around 55 mph, but if the rev limiter is raised most people are reporting around the low-60's on a stock machine.
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post #4 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-04-2019, 01:08 PM Thread Starter
 
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Thank y’all for the info, I’ll check that out.
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I did a benchmark reflash with a JBS clutch and I can run 60 mph easily. I picked reflashing the ECU over the PCV due to reliability. No complaints so far.


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I did the same as Barefoot/ I tried the PCV but I wasn't sure if it was working all the time. When I get done with my rebuild I will send it back in to be reflashed again to tune it for bore, cam and trinity exhaust system changes.

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I plan on going with the V-Force John solution.

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post #8 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-05-2019, 09:50 PM
 
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I just ordered one from VFORCE. I bought one years back for my 2015 T2. It was great!! Everything solved.

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For those of you wqho went with VForce...what was involved in the installation? Did you have to pull off the dash, or was everything accessible from under the hood?
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Remove seats, center plastic console. Bit of work but easy enough. The Module goes under driver seat. Wires connect several places at engine including the 2 coil wires which is the hardest part cause cant mix em up! E brake is a pia when removing plastics. It should probably be kept dry but is resistant. Mine was in water once with no issues on old trex.
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Remove seats, center plastic console. Bit of work but easy enough. The Module goes under driver seat. Wires connect several places at engine including the 2 coil wires which is the hardest part cause cant mix em up! E brake is a pia when removing plastics. It should probably be kept dry but is resistant. Mine was in water once with no issues on old trex.
So you didn't have to pull the dash at all?
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So you didn't have to pull the dash at all?
Oh no... Under E brake shifter is engine n wire harness. It connects to there and routes to under seat where ya check oil. Center console removal..
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After exploring all the options and talking to vforce john I’m going with his programmer it’s $389 plug and play it bypasses the speed limiter, the diff limiter, and raises the rev limit to 9400. I’ll check back after I get it installed and try her out.👊🏻
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Hi Jcraft, wanted to see if you got the vforce installed. I have a 2014 that I would like to remove the 50 MPH limit so very interested in how this worked for you.

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Raising rev limiter, makes me little nervous.I have done it.

Has anyone done a dyno to see if it is worth raising the rev limiter. When I dynod my build, I realized there was no point in increasing really. This was for a bike not a teryx.
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Raising rev limiter, makes me little nervous.I have done it.

Has anyone done a dyno to see if it is worth raising the rev limiter. When I dynod my build, I realized there was no point in increasing really. This was for a bike not a teryx.
Vforce John has dyno runs on utube. I love and insist on removing the 50mph limiter. The diff lock is a big one too. Reverse limit as well! I don't go over 50 much but can hit 64mph if I want. After 50mph the increased rpm limit is quite significant, it actually pulls harder then 45-50 does imop. Low gear 30mph is now 40mph aprox. It is nice when hitting bad mud or just racing around on trails. Facing a tough big loose hill? You want the limits gone so ya can diff lock and run in low at 39mph instead of 3 wheeled high or 3 wheeled at 30mph. Plenty of benefits and honestly I rarely use these but when I do I sure am thankful.

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Removing the diff lock limiter was the biggest thing I wanted to do and went with the Sgroi kit (which only addresses the diff lock). Very rarely do I ever have issues with the 50 mph top speed limiter and don't think I've ever hit the reverse limiter, but did constantly hit the diff lock limiter on steep and greasy hills. I would love to have a programmer or ECU reflash but for $400 there are a few other things that will help me out more at the moment.
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