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I have a 2001 Prelude. I recently replaced both O2 sensors, MAP sensor, oil cooler o-ring, Vtec solenoid seal, spark plugs, wires, transmission (unfortunately auto), did oil change, installed AEM V2 intake, fuel filter new battery... My fuel cuts off at 6800rpm, and the car will not go any faster than 100mph anymore. I shift into 4th at 100mph (6800rpm) and it doesn't go even 1mph faster. I have done 120mph easy in the past. What could possibly be wrong?
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I have a 2001 Prelude. I recently replaced both O2 sensors, MAP sensor, oil cooler o-ring, Vtec solenoid seal, spark plugs, wires, transmission (unfortunately auto), did oil change, installed AEM V2 intake, fuel filter new battery... My fuel cuts off at 6800rpm, and the car will not go any faster than 100mph anymore. I shift into 4th at 100mph (6800rpm) and it doesn't go even 1mph faster. I have done 120mph easy in the past. What could possibly be wrong?
check your accelarater cable in ur engine bay- sometimes it goes slack and therefore doesnt open the throttle all the way even when u have ur foot floored to the metal - if its loose tighten it! just an idea.

it happened to me so i thought id pass it on!
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that was not it but thank you....
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fuel cut off?? running to lean????
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