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All we do is rev the engine on a full throttle for the amount of time that the machine allows us to,so if you adjust the throttle/limiter then all we can do is advise that the engine wasn't at full throttle or the limiter cut in early......your car will still pass.
Hmm... I wasn't thinking so musch from the point of view of lowering the limiter to reduce the stress on the engine, though that sounds like a mighty fine idea.
I was actually thinking about the consequences of the screw having been un-knowingly set the wrong (either by a 3rd party meddler or vibration) and allowing the engine to over-rev!
All murderers are punished unless they kill in large numbers and to the sound of trumpets. - Voltaire
Currently in Azurael's garage:
TEB64 (Cosmic Grey) 2001 'Y' Laguna II 1.8 16v Privilege Tourer (KG0B F4P-770)/TED44 (Odyssey Blue) 2001 'Y' Laguna II 1.8 16v 'Expressionale' Hatch (BG0B F4P-770)