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My car dont go over 140 km/h even after pressing full throttle.

I run my car by octane and when i go to the highway at that time i used to run it over 150. but suddenly i am observing that it doesnt go over 140 km/h. i checked engine oil, transmission oil and also i checked my gearbox including plugs. all are ok. what may be the problem please suggest me also with the answer

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