- 1 Does BMW have rev limiter?
- 2 Is hitting the rev limiter bad for car?
- 3 Does my car have a rev limiter?
- 4 Can you bypass the rev limiter?
- 5 What happens if you hit the rev limiter?
- 6 Is revving to redline bad?
- 7 Is it good to rev your engine occasionally?
- 8 Is it bad to rev your car to redline?
- 9 Do all modern cars have rev limiters?
- 10 Is it better to rev in park or neutral?
- 11 What makes an engine rev faster?
- 12 Is it bad to hit the rev limiter on a dirt bike?
Does BMW have rev limiter?
BMW’s protection system come in with ample “headroom” to stop potential damage to the engine. Even when cars are chipped and the rev limiter lifted or removed, engine power drops off significantly at high revs so there is no use staying so high anyway.
Is hitting the rev limiter bad for car?
Hitting the limiter does no damage for a bit while driving. Sitting on the limiter for ages isn’t too clever though.
Does my car have a rev limiter?
The short answer is No! Rev limiters are a recent development relatively speaking as a primary result of electronic ignition. So when you ask if all cars it is subjective! All cars which have a digital EFI computer fitted have a rev limit programmed into the computer!
Can you bypass the rev limiter?
How to remove the RPM limiter? This electronic command module which limits the RPM quantity in order to save your engine from being damaged cannot be physically removed. However, you have the possibility to change the ECU stock with a high performance ECU.
What happens if you hit the rev limiter?
If using a soft-cut rev limiter, the engine will start to cut fuel or retard ignition timing before the set RPM until it slowly reaches it and remains there.
Is revving to redline bad?
The transmission will be going much faster than the engine and so the engine, when the gear is engaged, will rev and exceed the redline. This will cause the vehicle to feel like it’s hit a brick wall with engine braking and is the main way revving to redline can cause engine damage.
Is it good to rev your engine occasionally?
So, no, it’s not good for the engine to rev it to the redline every once in awhile. It is completely unnecessary to do this. Most engines produce maximum horsepower and torque well below the redline, typically somewhere between 50–85% of redline. That’s where the real fun is at.
Is it bad to rev your car to redline?
Redlining will not damage an engine or cause it to explode, no matter how cruelly you treat it. Therefore, revving the engine to its maximum speed several times a week is not a problem. Just remember never to do this while the engine is still cold!
Do all modern cars have rev limiters?
Most [modern] cars, if not all of them, have rev limiters, regardless of the transmission type. Most, if not all, if your car is fuel injected. Older cars do not have this limiter in most cases. Yes, your truck’s plenty new enough that it definitely has a rev limiter.
Is it better to rev in park or neutral?
Answer is.its ok to rev you engine in neutral/park. Just not when its cold and dont hold it on rev limiter! Try not to, because free revving can damage the engine.
What makes an engine rev faster?
Light/small flywheel and clutch has a large effect. High compression ratio has a significant effect. The ratio of plenum volume to engine displacement has a large effect. Low ratios makes the engine rev faster.
Is it bad to hit the rev limiter on a dirt bike?
If you are on the ground then you really shouldn’t be hitting the rev limiter. You engine makes more power at lower than max revs so shift it before you hit that limiter. Your engine wears a lot faster at higher revs than lower so not hitting that limiter will extend life as well.