I'd say yes. The fuel cuts off at the rev limit so the engine leans out right away. But once or twice you shouldn't have a problem, that depends on the condition and maintenance of your engine tho.200'side said:Ill back you up on that one James. Without hitting the rev limiter of course. But if you do ... Could that cause any adverse affects to any part of the motor?
ECM gone? Well I'm assuming you did the ecu upgrade then you can go past the factory rev limiter (6900) to (7300) which JWT sets as the limit. That's the only way you'd break 6900.200'side said:Engine is in great condition and runs oh so smoothly. Now especially with the ECM and rev limiter gone. But I had the timing down pretty good so I didnt hit my limiter but there were those times. Matter of fact sometimes it seemed when I actually shifted I shifted passed the redline without hitting my rev limiter. I thought I broke it or something. My friends made fun of me ... oh well, its not even there anymore.