It must have been a pretty big snow drift if you had to get up to that
speed?? I believe Yukons and Tahoes have had the same speed limiter since
1996. You can buy computer "tuners" to increase or remove the limiter.
Yeah, it has a built in speed limiter so crazy bastards like yourself don't
kill yourself or others on the road when traveling at speeds the vehicle was
NOT designed to handle. Check the speed rating on your tires. I bet
they're NOT rated for 100mph; you're lucky the tread didn't seperate and
kill everyone in the vehicle.
Actually I don't see any speed rating on them. Does that mean they are
unsafe at any speed? They are ProComp AT's.Where I live 100 is commute
traffic speed. And I'm not a bastard, crazy maybe but not a bastard. By the
way I was in the middle of nowhere on a 75 mph freeway. The tires are great
in everything from 4 lo in the snow off road to 104 mph high so far. They
wear like iron too. I highly recommend them over those French BFG TA's.
Which, by the way, I hear run best in reverse!
Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com ).
But if I am not mistaken, it isn't that a tire instantly discombobulates at
max speed, but rather 'extended' times at that speed will cause it to fail.
Whatever "extended" is....
Sounds like he needs like a Y rating (something around 130 I think) and a
Good luck on killin yourself! Remember not to overpopulate my world if you
Motorsforum.com is a website by car enthusiasts for car enthusiasts. It is not affiliated with any of the car or spare part manufacturers or car dealers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.