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Speed of my jeep

I have a 1995 2.5 jeep wrangler. i can only run it to a maxium of 55mph.What can i do to increase the speed?

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About three years ago, I couldn't get my '95 Wrangler past 40MPH. The engine just wouldn't get going any faster. Turns out that the guts of the catalytic converter dislodged and jammed into the tailpipe.

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If you are running 33"tires or larger you need to change gear ratios.
Hope it helps.

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