Can you program the bike so that the rev limiter kicks in at a lower RPM than the factory setting?
I'm also with you in this train of thought, but I think they're referring to the light.... maybe not...Yes it can be changed with a different ECU map, or if you have a PCV/Bazzaz system....but why would you want to lower it?? Most people want to raise it if they want to make a change, I've never heard of anyone that would want to lower it. That would imply less peak power on a bike that's already low on power. I guess I just don't understand the reasoning here for wanting to do that. Please elaborate.
Riding a bike requires lots of attention. This is a piss poor excuse.Yes.
And just in case I'm not paying attention to the RPMs while shifting. Kinda making it idiot proof
From reading your other posts SmallBikesRFun, you dont even own the bike yet...
From my riding, you have to consciously work to get the RPM's up to where you would be even close to redline. You wont "accidentally" get the RPM's up to where it will be an issue IMO.
Also the cam shafts were supposedly changed for 16+ and only some of the 15's cams were a problem, at least thats what I figured out in my research last month or two.