As a puter person, I figured that chipped had something to do with computer chips and the car control thereof. Just needed some verification
thanks for the info.
Sorta like the old governors used on pre microprocessor controlled engines (back in the day).
'I had a 1992 Camaro (6-speed manual, Z28) which had it as well, but it didn't cut in until about 130 mph (3500 rpm in 6th). "
Thank god it wasn't "chipped out" at 110 or 120, you could have been late to work or missed an appointment!
(Like I should talk. I used to drive my mom's Corvette between Dallas and Fort Worth on 182 and 121 at about 105-110 mph. I remember going going 110 mph on the local freeway through traffic. Not a wise thing to do. Thank God me and the other drivers are still alive to talk about it.)