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How do you bypass the governor on a 1995 Chevy Silverado?

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If you are talking about speed limiter, you are mostly wasting your time because, there is only 2 cases:
A) The truck is stock: if this is the case, removing it will not do much, the truck is just not powerful enough, not recommended as it is expensive mod to get a 1 or 2 mph higher top speed
B) The truck is tuned: if its tuned, and, you have not tuned the computer (hence, removed the limiter long ago), it means it has been only slightly tuned and its pointless to remove limiter.

You can use a car performance simulator[1] to find out what is your maximum potential speed (even after you do mods), hence you can decide if its worth or not remove the limiter.

[1] http://www.nxgtrsim.com

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what governor???

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our truck won't rev up over 5,000 RPMs
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It may be electronically limited but generally that is not called a "governor".
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well it will only rev so far than the engine shuts down.
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Governor devices have typically associated with Generators and keeping the engine speed constant.
The engine is shutting down at a high limit to jerk it from self-destructing.
The designers put a limit on the rpm for engine safety, and reliability.
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Right, and that is a good thing so that people don't over rev. But we want it gone
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well you have to find the code to the chevy silerado

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You have to change the computer chip

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Who put the governor on it

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