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Old 08-11-2006, 02:04 AM   #21
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Old 08-11-2006, 02:15 AM   #22
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ill take some tomorrow (later today) and put them on here
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You should install the adjustable powerband. Itwill create a higher rev ceiling, create much more power, and build that power in a more linear process. PM for details and links
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Old 08-11-2006, 06:27 AM   #26
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just cuz your reving your bike to the limit doesnt make u get anymore power out of it. it should be making peak horsepower 1,000 rpm's behind redline or something like that. look up a dyno chart for your bike
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Old 08-11-2006, 06:33 AM   #27
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lol...you can rev the out of that 2 stroke...you have no valvetrain to collide. the redline is just a suggestion.
you can still mess something up 2 stroke or not. had a friend bend a rod shift down from to high rpm.
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You should install the adjustable powerband. Itwill create a higher rev ceiling, create much more power, and build that power in a more linear process. PM for details and links
got one on my bike ****er flies now.
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ill take some tomorrow (later today) and put them on here
Good. Cause I'd sure like to see how she looks before she's wadded up...
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does any one know what is the reasonable limit for an 06 r1?
how high is it safe to rev?
Bikes have built in rev limiters. I would'nt keep it at the limiter for too long though. Doubt you'll ever need to rev an R1 that high.
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does any one know what is the reasonable limit for an 06 r1?
how high is it safe to rev?

who'd you take the MSF from? didnt they go over redlines?

and where are those pics?

from the sounds of it, i give it 2-3 mos before you wad it up or end up dead.
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who'd you take the MSF from? didnt they go over redlines?

and where are those pics?

from the sounds of it, i give it 2-3 mos before you wad it up or end up dead.
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u shouldnt redline at ANY gear at all on your R1, if you do then you're going to fast. First gear goes up to 100 or some where around there.

unless you mean revving the bike at a stand still...
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