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How to adjust Suzuki Rev Limiter Down?

1999 Suzuki 1000 Motorcycle. How to adjust Rev Limiter Down? I want it to be 3000 max for 6th gear, and less than or equal to 3000 for all other gears. (I guess what I really want it to limit the drive sprocket RPM to 3000 max for all gears, and be able to do 3000rpm in 6th.)

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First impression was why would anyone rev their motorcycle to 9 grand in neutral? I could see if you were in gear clutch pulled and ready for a "drag" or Race Start but in neutral?

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