An additional factor in Southern California is traffic. The speed limit on most freeways around Los Angeles is 65 because there are so many vehicles on the road, entering and exiting the freeway, distracted drivers staring at their phones, etc. Even then, at 80 MPH you are barely keeping up with the flow of traffic!I live in SoCal and drive the 5 frwy often, sorry but 90+ MPH is simply irresponsible at any time of day or night. CVC 22350 “unsafe speed for prevailing conditions” only applies up to the posted speed limit. But then I think you know this. Lots of engineering goes into road speed limits vs optimal driving conditions. No CA public road is rated for safe operation by individual citizens above 80MPH. Which happens to be the threshold limit that the CHP uses to start writing the majority of frwy tickets.
I suspect you have a “get out of ticket free card” in your wallet aka LEO, Fire or other city /state issued one and if so, shame on you for misusing that privilege when not on duty and endangering others on the roadways.