I just have to tell of tonites adventure. I have had PI stored out at my mom and dads house for a while now. Today I drove it around the property some, and when I went to put it back for the nite, I decided to hit the road before putting it away again. I took it easy for the first half mile then got in it some. (they live on a dirt road..well actually its lime rock) When I hit paved road I let'er rip. /forums/images/icons/smile.gif The lite on my tach is burned out so I shifted by ear. (scary thought) I ran it thru 1st hit 2nd and brought it down. I coasted about 1/4 mile beyond where I let out, and turned around. This time I twisted it good, at 3000 the motor changes tune, so I know where that is. I have pulled it to 6 before shifting, (I have dry fired it to 7200 in the past but never drove it past 6) On my way back I stayed in it and it came alive again what I guessed to be 6500, (it was pulling UNREAL hard!) and shifted to 2nd. I let it down at that point and rode it out to my mom and dads road. Remember I said they live on a dirt road, well I turned the corner (slowly) dropped it to 1st and stood in it again after I was going straight. At about 40 MPH the big SOB started coming around on me!! /forums/images/icons/shocked.gif Uh Ohhh! I clicked 2nd then 3rd and backed down. (I stayed in it till I had it mostly under control, I knew if I backed down too fast it might try to whip on me.) Scared to death, I took it easy the rest of the way, and parked at the house. I shut it down after letting it idle for a few seconds to clear out from how I had just run it. I turned the key back to the run position, to power up the tach and hit the recall to see how tight I took it..............7800!! I wish I had stayed it in just a few sec. longer to get above 8. I would never have taken it that tight if I could see the tach. I read the recall w/ my lighter so I could see it. Now that I think of it....my shift lite never came on. I have it set at 7000. My kids may have seen me mess w/ it and decided to play w/ the switches. I seen it come on when I fired the Blazer up, (the lite flashes and the tach cycles to 10000 the goes to 0) but I dont remember it coming on when I was driving it. Its kinda hard to miss. /forums/images/icons/crazy.gif When I go out there tomorrow Im gonna bring my digital camera and take a shot of the tach on recall. I am not sure but I *think* the tach resets after you recall it. I hope not! BTW I normally wouldnt do something like that anymore, but it just happened. /forums/images/icons/blush.gif The road I was on is over 2 miles long and straight w/ no side roads, and noone lives out there. Still not a real brite idea......... or an excuse.