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Crash Body Proposes 120km/h Speed Limiter

Turd Ferguson

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Yeah good luck to them with this.

thats sarcasm, it wont happen.

What about people who go to the drag strip, or track days?
 

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hahahahaha, if that happens im just gonna snap and kill someone.
 

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Not having read the article.

Isn't this something the Japanese have? (like a speed limit defender).
There's also something like the fuel cut defenders which do the opposite... but I'm sure they'll get some sort of thing in there that'll stop ur car from going over a set limit. This would work for the majority of drivers because they wouldn't bother spending money to speed.
 

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at least its only cars not motorbikes hehe.
 

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Bleh, it's been suggested before and never implemented. It'll take a while before they convince people that controlling very nearly every single aspect of their lives is a good idea, until then it's just a suggestion. It's only a few steps away from the 1984esque situation of having a set time to get to and from work before you're disciplined by the authorities and not just your boss.
 

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good point about the track days & drags etc.
either way, people would just bypass them. Check out the amount of truckies on the road who bypass their 100kph speed limiters....
 

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Not having read the article.

Isn't this something the Japanese have? (like a speed limit defender).
There's also something like the fuel cut defenders which do the opposite... but I'm sure they'll get some sort of thing in there that'll stop ur car from going over a set limit. This would work for the majority of drivers because they wouldn't bother spending money to speed.
Cars in Japan are limited to 180kph speed cuT defenders are used to bypass them.

Fuel cut defenders are used to bypass ecu restriction on fuel so you can run more boost
 

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i've been thinking for a bit and realised they would never bring them in... the state goverments would lose millions of dollars in lost revenue from speeding fines
also id just buy a brand new car just before the system came out and keep it for the rest of my life lol... stock v6 commodore beating a newer SSV down the strip lol that would be something every car enthusiast would commit suicide over

oorrr maybe we could follow egypts lead lol
 
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