haha. You missed the humor...cmego said:Yes, it's true. They did it in California (sorry, I couldn't resist).
My starter doesn't engage when running either. I hit it by mistake (since the Hemi is so darn quiet!) and then wondered "where's the idiot wakeup call?" So, for whomever has the opportunity, do you have to do this at a standstill or is it like that old "turbo boost?"Billy94Z said:Did anyone ever confirm that turning the key like you were going to start it after it is running disengages the govenor. I did confirm the starter does not engage but someone who dyno'd cars said they had to do this on the trucks and maybe it worked for us.
did you notice any "floating" sensation at the higher speeds? or was it stable when trying to turn?300cMexico said:It doesnt feel like you want to continue at that speed for a prolonged period. i think about 130 is ok but after you have to watch out. well i guess not so much because of the car but because of the rest of the people on the highway.