I finally was able to get files over 128MB to upload using mod_security2. It took all day, because of a bug in mod_security2 module:
I added this to the bottom of my mod_security.conf file for apache. .httaccess won't allow SecRuleEngine being turned off. I kept the .httaccess in the cgi-bin/upload directory that sibsoft provided as well.
<< added to mod_security.conf at bottom>>
# This is a big bug in mod_security2. If you don't set this outside
# <Directory> or any scope, it doesn't work....The phase one checks
# the size even if you turn SecRequestBodyAccess off
# upload program folder
Allow from all
# only turn off for file upload.cgi
# Turn off scanning of the Request body, since this is an upload
# ** todo we should install ClamAV and scan files after they are uploaded
# the scripts have multi-part malformed errors and others, so
# turn the engine off. Really wish I didn't have to turn off the
# whole engine, but at least it's only for one file.
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