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    Max RPM

    What should max rpm be on a 98 GSXL, It has an R&D flame arrestor & exhuast from a 98 XPL, I'm turning 6750 to about 6800


    Thanks David N


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    69ish....7140 is the rev limiter if i remember correctly

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    What do your plugs look like after a hi-speed plug chop? What size jets? What impeller are you running?

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    It depends on prop too. If it is the stock prop, 6950 is an obtainable well-tuned max rpm.

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    I agree it depends on the prop, venturi nozzle size, and jetting. With a stock prop and nozzle 6950 RPM is possible with good tuning.

    Dan (drb)

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