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Rpm  Hi every One, My son in Law Has bought GSXR super sport and he is concerned that at 100kms\´ per hour that the rev counter is showing just on 10,000 rpm is this correct. Thanks

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    hi i have a gsxr k7 750 losing power at 10000 rpm at start and go its fine lifts the weel but as temp increase it looses power revs cleen but

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This is actually designed to run at those revs. It\´s basically the best way to maintain reasonable power to wheels at high speeds with an engine that is not powerfull enough to produce the HP needed to maintain that speed or higher speeds with a higher gear ratio.

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How do I go about fixing a reving issue on my bike? It doesnt like to rev past about 10,000 rpms. I was thinking maybe the carbs need to be rejetted. The bike will rev to redline in neutral.


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Triumph twin, the rev counter has started to read below the real rpm. The faster the revs the more wrong is the tacho


The inner part of the cable could be slipping / warn out or broken.
Check the cable where it attaches at both ends, tighten up if loose.
Take the cable off and check the ends for obvious wearing, if the inner cable looks damaged, replace with a new one.
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Just bought a 1993 suzuki gsxr 750. has been sitting in a garage for 2 years. we took the carbs off and cleaned them really well, changed the oil, and air filter and we added new gas. bike starts up and...


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I have the 08 yamaha r1. When I hit 6th gear its stops at 100mph, so then I heard about rpm but don't know if its real or fake and if that will fix my problem


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Y wont my brand new xr250 2005 model go faster than 90kms


It is possible that your bike has been governed from the factory to only reach a certain maximum RPM, they do this so you don't inadvertently over rev the engine and blow it up.

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98 gsxr cuts out around eight g when accelerating but fine in N


Sounds like you're running out of fuel. It doesn't take much power (ie, fuel) to rev it in neutral, which might explain why it does that fine but falls over under load. Checked your fuel pressure/pump/filter?


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