GFWL (Games for windows Live) won't be required. There was an accidental logo usage. It's been fixed.
BTW, there's an another small typo in your webpage in the aircraft specs, more precisely in the CH-47D Chinook specs, where it says that the Maximum speed is 200 Knots and the Never exceed speed is 170 Knots but obviously these values should be the contrary (Maximum speed is 170 Knots and the Never exceed speed is 200 Knots).
well my desiel truck state 150mph but I can't get it past 95mph.
What does you the maximum speed of your truck diesel truck has anything to do with this at all??
The "maximum speed" in helicopters is the maximum speed that the helicopter can attain while flying in "normal conditions and in straight line" but despite this a helicopter (or any other kind of aircraft) can surpass the maximum speed in some conditions like for example when diving and for aircraft (both fixed and rotoary wing) you have also have a "Never exceed speed" which is a speed that if exceeded will cause strutural (and therefore critical) damage to the aircraft!
This means that for the obvious reasons the "Never exceed speed" is ALWAYS higher than the "maximum speed" and not otherwise.
NOTE: The real maximum speed of your truck is not what your speed dial indicates but you can find it in technical charts/data/manuals regading your truck
Never exceed speeds don't apply to trucks or most other ground vehicles due to the fact that they can never attain in any conditions enough speed to cause any kind of strutural damage.