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2016 John Deere Gator 625I Speed limiter


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I purchased a Gator 625I recently and after owning it for awhile realized  the top speed was limited to approximately 25 MPH. I talked with my local JD dealer and they told me this was done on this model for emissions reasons. I didn’t buy this for a racer but would like a top speed of around 40 MPH. Is there anything fairly simple that could remedy this? Thanks

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Probably no cheap way. at 25mph you're probably at the max of 3600 to 3800 RPM of the engine.

I also read across several different forums and their seems to be no way around it. Unless you know a racing engine and transmission mechanic.

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