Originally Posted by Sigma
should a 93 SSE N/A cut off throttle when it hits its governor? Because if it dose my car dose not shut down but it can be felt when governor is reached.
Like my 97 SE, your PCM stops the fuel injectors at 108; hence, you can't get over about 2000 RPM at that point. This is a soft limit that can be reprogrammed, but I've heard in the past (source forgotten) that going over 120 or 130 may allow Bernoulli'* principle to lift your front end off the road.
And as always, to everyone, test this out at your local Bonneville Salt Flats, not on public roads. Petition your Congressperson to bring the BSF to your state.