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    what rpms are stock fzr suppose to run?

    i didnt put the pettach on yet but in 90 degrees+ im seeing 7500ish and cooler 76-7700 this where it should be?


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    7700 in decent weather. I was running 7730 stock. RPM limiter will cut in at 7800 with a soft cut and then hard cut if rpms remain high after the soft cuts.

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    What was ur speed at that rpm stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeFZR View Post
    7700 in decent weather. I was running 7730 stock. RPM limiter will cut in at 7800 with a soft cut and then hard cut if rpms remain high after the soft cuts.
    I must be hard into the boost related limiter as im stuck at 7680rpm no matter what !

    looks like me and my buddy will be re pitch to the 7600rpm area

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotherapy View Post
    I must be hard into the boost related limiter as im stuck at 7680rpm no matter what !

    looks like me and my buddy will be re pitch to the 7600rpm area
    7680 is fine for stock. With a little heat soak that rpm sounds perfect. I doubt its the boost limiter bc that would really drop your rpms. IMO don't repitch to 7600, you will loose speed.

    Quote Originally Posted by wave15stx View Post
    What was ur speed at that rpm stock?
    Max of 68.6. Consistent 67s all day.

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    It's some sort of limiter mike cos I'm stuck at 7680 and opened up the interchangeable rings over 2.7mm with no rpm gain,

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    Larger rings will be less top speed and more holeshot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeFZR View Post
    Larger rings will be less top speed and more holeshot.
    His RPMs should raise also with the larger ring.
    At the same time though 7680 shouldnt be in the limiter I dont think?
    Is that the max if you raise your RPMs gradually Hydro? Or do you hit 7800+ then get tappered down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeFZR View Post
    Larger rings will be less top speed and more holeshot.
    Indeed mike but I want to know why it won't go over 7680,
    It was 7680 with 82.4mm to 85.5mm this is indeed strange as you would expect to see some rpm difference.
    I still think in getting power shut down and it's boost related

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