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fuel Cut off?

This is a discussion on fuel Cut off? within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Ok i read somewhere that ls1's have a fuel cut off at 6,200 RPM? This got me thinking, Could this ...

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    LoudMouth SStriker's Avatar
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    Westminster/Sykesville, Maryland

    2000 Trans Am

    fuel Cut off?

    Ok i read somewhere that ls1's have a fuel cut off at 6,200 RPM? This got me thinking, Could this be why when my car shifts into second around 6,200 that it makes what i though was a backfire? If not then what the hell is it? Ive been trying to get the shift points where it wont do this but its harder with my stall.

    Could this get moved to Tuning? I dont know why i put it in here...

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    Newport, Mi.

    1999 Camaro SS

    Yes, there is an RPM cut-off, if its 6200 RPM I dont know. Alao, there is a max vehicle speed limiter.

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    2000 hwaypatrol commodore

    mine cutsout at only 5850 rpm!

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