The most common use of a governor is to limit the top speed of the vehicle...most newer cars have them and the speed is set by the manufacturer...they can be changed with a flash programmer for that specific vehicle.
How do you adjust the governor on a 2004 Club Car ?
The governor riding in the car with John F. Kennedy was John Connally.
The Governor's car doesnt have a number - a gold crown is in place of a number plate.
The governor in a car engine limits how fast the car can go. If you took it out, the car wouldn't have a limit and would keep going faster and would break down.
I know of no car today that has a governor. Cars are computer controlled and have either a rev limiter or a fuel shut off or both. The purpose is to limit the speed of the car, and/or the revolutions that the engine can turn.
no, this car doesn't have a governor, I have personally driven over 130mph in it stock.
You can't take off the "governor" on any computerized car.
as far as i am concerned, this car is not governed, i have a 96 eclipse and no governor on it, i have picked the car up to 5k rpm in 5th gear and nothing felt like was governed. so no governor, i do not no if autos are governed though.
There is no governor on this car. The speed is computer controlled by a rev limiter or fuel shutoff.
yes it does i have a 2003 olds-mobile alero v6 sedan and the governor stops the car at 110mph
The speed governor is set to 115mph. I hit it many times when I had that car