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Old 01-20-2014, 01:39 PM   #35
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Originally Posted by Albie View Post
You're losing sight of what the OP is talking about. In other words, people ignoring what the engineers designed and taking it upon themselves to "re-engineer" their bikes to run at much lower RPM's then is even remotely necessary, much less advantageous.
I agree trying to re engineer a bike to not function as intended is dumb.

But it seemed to me the OP's question is why some folks don't like running at high rpms, guess I was wrong.

Seems some folks see a lot more than I do, I'll leave it to you all to bicker over.
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