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'73 911 T Targa
Join Date: Dec 2009
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Originally Posted by Jonny H View Post
No need to. If you have a limiting rotor like in the first photo, just remove the spring and take the plunger out. That will defeat the limiter.
I mostly don't want to spend the money on a rev-limiting rotor just to rip out the plunger for an experiment. That's kinda what started this post. I wanted to rip the plunger out of an old rotor, but it appears that rotor is toast.
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