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Tiger Truck speed control

Discussion in 'Tiger Trucks' started by Dray41, Feb 7, 2010.

  1. Dray41

    Dray41 New Member

    I recently purchased a 06 Tiger Truck with the small cab, (USED NO WARRANTY) auto trans. and a/c. The truck performance is very weak, :( it shifts very hard due to the speed and or rpm limits, it is so weak it will not shift into third gear due to the low rpm range. It has been on the scan tool and no faults were found. Anyone know of a way to bypass the speed controls? This truck has the Bosch ECU and from what I have been told the ECU controls the speed through the fuel system. Any help would be appreciated, this thing will give you whiplash when it shifts if your not prepared for it ! :frustration:

    Thanks
     
  2. Dray41

    Dray41 New Member

    Lots of views, No replies !

    Come on guys, I know someone out there had tried to speed these things up and make them stronger.... Its our nature to do just that. Im not trying to brake any rules or anything I just want to get it where it has enough power to operate properly with this automatic transmission. PLEASE, any helpful information will be appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  3. greg0187

    greg0187 Moderator Staff Member

    You might have to give it some time. Not many members here with Tiger trucks.
     
  4. Stuff99

    Stuff99 Active Member Staff Member

    how bout a fuel pressure test? hook a guage on and rev her up. maybe even try it under load. maybe the fuel pump cant keep up?
     
  5. jtpc

    jtpc Member

    E-mail the tiger truck support: support@tigertruck.com

    Here are the two numbers listed on the site as well:
    Toll free (866) 688-1778
    Local Oklahoma area (918) 647-4000

    Your truck is fairly new, so surely a fix can be found.
     
  6. RUSTIC

    RUSTIC New Member

    We have two 01's at work. On these units there is a coil on the side of the carb which is part of the governing system. When you remove the coil the governor is disabled and they cruise along at highway speeds like they never were governed. Not sure if your 06 is the same.

    Rick
     
  7. george

    george New Member

    Sounds like you have the A13 ECU, change it out to the A9 ECU and you just got rid of all speed controlls.
     
  8. BaldEagle556

    BaldEagle556 New Member

    Does anyone have a photo of the A13 ECU? I have a neighbor that acquired a 2003 Tiger Truck passenger van. Believe it or not, it even has factory a/c that blows cold. It has 3,500 miles on it, was used at Oak Ridge National Laboratory site and meticulously maintained. It shuts down @ 35 and he wants to eliminate this.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  9. bdmf3509

    bdmf3509 New Member

    This vehicle are regulated by federal law to do only 35 mph. On the model you have the speed is regulated by the ECU (A13). To make this unit go unlimited speed you will need the A9 ECU.
     
  10. bdmf3509

    bdmf3509 New Member

    Tiger Truck is closed, in Chapter 11
     
  11. BaldEagle556

    BaldEagle556 New Member

    Thanks for the replies, but I'm only asking for a picture of the ECU.
     
  12. xroadsimport

    xroadsimport Member

    I can sell you a new stock ECU.
     
  13. BaldEagle556

    BaldEagle556 New Member

    The A9? Price?
     
  14. xroadsimport

    xroadsimport Member

    I will need more information on your truck including pictures. If you are serious call my office at 816-272-9770 or send me an email.
     
  15. mudboy

    mudboy New Member

    We have about 50-60 tigers in my pace of work (oil Refinery). WhenI first got mine it was governed to 15mph. I knew I wouldn't be able to deal with it. What I found was the governor had 2 wires which cut power going to the ignition coil. I cut these wires and crimped on spade connectors at both ends. I then got a peice of 14 gauge wire and put male spades on the ends. I jumped the wire so it was just a closed loop again, this bypassed the governor, but if i ever had to take it to our shop I was able to hook the wires back up the way they originally were. It has been this way for about 4 years now and i have yet to have a problem.
    by the way the tigers are 02 or 03
     
  16. xsaskier66

    xsaskier66 New Member

    I can help you wiith an ECU chip or a new ECM
     
  17. BaldEagle556

    BaldEagle556 New Member

    It's not my van, it belongs to a neighbor and I'm trying to help him get info regarding this issue since he don't have internet access. A simple picture of the ECU will help us locate it on the van, then he can decide what he wants to do from there. A picture is all I'm asking for at this time.
     
  18. BaldEagle556

    BaldEagle556 New Member

    Webmaster, please delete my account as I'm not getting the desired response. I'll look elsewhere.
     
  19. BaldEagle556

    BaldEagle556 New Member

    I did get good responses, but not what I asked for. I wanted a pic of an ECU, which should be the same in other Tiger models. That request was ignored, therefore I'm moving on to other things. This site will be gone from my browser history and I've unsubscribed from reply notifications. Have fun.
     
  20. xroadsimport

    xroadsimport Member

    Call the office and I can help you with that. I don't think anyone has a picture of it.

    Cory
    816-272-9770
     
  21. greg0187

    greg0187 Moderator Staff Member

    I too thought the response was great. As it appears that support for this model is limited. I don't understand why a picture is needed. Cheers!
     
  22. Mr. Obvious

    Mr. Obvious Guest


    Wow! You deleted us from your browser history? I usually only do that if I want to hide my porn trail. Minitrucktalk must be worst than porn.
     
  23. renchjeep

    renchjeep Member

    Well, both are a bit addictive! Maybe there is a Chinese minitruck forum? I know I can always find different kinds of ummmmm...other stuff on the internet.

    Wondering if it's time to look at the wiring on my 94 or so Mitsu minicab for a solution similar to the oil worker guy---I forget his name, sorry---found on his Tiger? Sounds pretty simple, and may just be a standard way of limiting speed?

    Maybe I will try powering the coil from a different "ign on" power source, like a switch on/under the dash? Maybe this would also make for a theft-deterrent ignition cut-off as well.

    Anyone tried this?
     
  24. bdmf3509

    bdmf3509 New Member

    If you have the A13 ECU, change it out to a A9 ECU and it will go as fast as you wish. Call GLB at 214-884-2778 for your parts needs on Tiger Trucks.
     
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  25. xsaskier66

    xsaskier66 New Member

    Tiger speed control

    I can get you a new ECU brand new..that can help your issue , xsaskier66@yahoo.com
     
  26. bdmf3509

    bdmf3509 New Member

    Call GLB @ 214-884-6243
     
  27. bdmf3509

    bdmf3509 New Member

    Call GLB @ 214-884-6243 for parts quotes on Tiger Truck parts.
     
  28. gregary

    gregary New Member

    I just bought an 08 4 door tiger star with only 115 miles on it, it too is governed at 25 mph. Did u ever find a way around the govenor? Is relacing the ecm the only way and if so, where do you get the A9 ecm I read about
     
  29. bdmf3509

    bdmf3509 New Member

    The 3600010A13 controls the speed on the later model Tiger trucks. You can replace the ECU or you can replace the chip in the ECU. Call GLB Enterprise @ 214-884-6243 for more details. Here is a picture of the A9 ECU, if you have the A13, it will say A13 instead of A9.
     

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  30. PCB

    PCB New Member

    I have an 08 and have just replaced the ECU chip. It went from 25 mph to 56 mph. I also replaced the fuel pump and it cleared up the low end performance if that's helps.
     

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