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Hi everyone, I am new here and I just picked up my black on black CSS tonight :) Anyhow I just wanted to know if anyone here knows what the redline or the point where the fuel cuts off on the CSS is? Thanks for any comments ;)
 

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ninja44 said:
Hi everyone, I am new here and I just picked up my black on black CSS tonight :) Anyhow I just wanted to know if anyone here knows what the redline or the point where the fuel cuts off on the CSS is? Thanks for any comments ;)


there is none. It will keep going till it runs out of power to pull high gear.
Had mine up to 260km/h. But don't tell any one. :D
 

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there is none. It will keep going till it runs out of power to pull high gear.
Had mine up to 260km/h. But don't tell any one. :D
There is definately a fuel cutoff as the factory limits RPM at their preset redline. I had a run against my buddy driving a 04 Z24 and the fuel cutoff as it hit the rev limiter at around 6200 rpm or so :mad:
 

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My fuel cutoff is exactly where redline begins (6500rpm)
 

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Well the Z24 I ran against last night was mine and was sold to my buddy so I guess I'm just not used to the CSS yet and maybe it's hitting 6500 rpm faster than I can look :p lol. Thanks for the replies people, much appreciated :)
 

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weird your name is ninja and i have a "Project Ninja" cobalt SS G85 in the works. just...weird.
 

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There is definately a fuel cutoff as the factory limits RPM at their preset redline. I had a run against my buddy driving a 04 Z24 and the fuel cutoff as it hit the rev limiter at around 6200 rpm or so :mad:

Are you talking about a rev limiter, which shuts down spark(ie. MSD) or a speed limiter, which most standard vehicles have that shuts down the fuel flow at a specific speed(ie. chev silerado 160km/h, 100mph) With a fuel cutoff the vehicle dies until it slows down past the preset point then starts pulling again. With a rev limiter it will just sit there and bang against that rpm limit. "It" being the engine speed not vehicle speed.
 

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The Cobalt SS does not have a SPEED limiter. (i.e. It can go and go until the redline of 5th gear.) However, it does have a fuel cutoff which after you hit off the redline/rev limiter a few seconds, it will cut off fuel so you don't blow your engine.
 

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There is definately a fuel cutoff as the factory limits RPM at their preset redline. I had a run against my buddy driving a 04 Z24 and the fuel cutoff as it hit the rev limiter at around 6200 rpm or so :mad:
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