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Old 05-01-2012, 06:00 PM   #1
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Someone at work was telling me about this. I never ever trusted valets.
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Wasnt there a luxury car manufacturer that had a valet key, which restricted power, making the car useless above 15 MPH. If I imagined it, then that would be a cool idea, especially on cars like the vette.
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Wasnt there a luxury car manufacturer that had a valet key, which restricted power, making the car useless above 15 MPH. If I imagined it, then that would be a cool idea, especially on cars like the vette.
Wouldn't be hard to do something like an rpm cap of say 1000 rpm, I would think it would be pretty easy to design- kind of like the MSD soft touch revl imiter
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Wasnt there a luxury car manufacturer that had a valet key, which restricted power, making the car useless above 15 MPH. If I imagined it, then that would be a cool idea, especially on cars like the vette.
Ala the 90's ZR-1. It's valet key cut power way down ,just in case of valet like this!
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Ala the 90's ZR-1. It's valet key cut power way down ,just in case of valet like this!

i wonder why they would kill that idea, it seems logical. If they didnt want to carry a second key around, then replace it by inputting a code on the NAV screen to reduce power.
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