I think that's in 6th gear though. For max acceleration, I think you would take the bike to redline in each gear.
+1 you dont need to red line.I dont red line any of my bikes just to save on were and tare usally i shift 500-700 rpm before the max.
thats weird my shift light never came on at 7k rpm during break inNow that the R3 is broken in, I would like to reset the RPM shift timing light from the 7k RPM break-in limit (as a general rule) to a new limit that will maximize the R3's potential.
According to the Dyno's, the R3 makes maximum horsepower at about 10,800 RPM.
Would this be the most precise RPM to set the shift light indicator to maximize acceleration?
Step-by-step is in the manual I believe.Can someone tell me how to edit the Shift light.
I have just completed 1000KM on my bike but have never seen it as I never went that high on the RPM's.
Ok, I think I will download it. Should be same for all regions I hope.Step-by-step is in the manual I believe.
Ah, I figured you might have the hard copy manual. Its in the forum somewhere, but if you google "R3 manual" it will lead you right back to the forum, so you dont have to spend too much time flipping through forum pages to find it. I would just take a pic of the instructions for you if I still had my manual.Ok, I think I will download it. Should be same for all regions I hope.
I have the manual, Just don't know on which corner of the house its at now.Ah, I figured you might have the hard copy manual. Its in the forum somewhere, but if you google "R3 manual" it will lead you right back to the forum, so you dont have to spend too much time flipping through forum pages to find it. I would just take a pic of the instructions for you if I still had my manual.
I will try something similar to this and post it on one of my VLOGSI set my shift light for high 10k rpm and to go off and to go off at high11k rpm. You can also change the blink rate and the brightness. Both I have set to max.
This is what I do as well! I have it set at 8500rpm, so once I see the light come on I know I can wring it out for a bit longer before going ahead with my shift. I like it coming on tad earlier than when I am ready to shift so that I'm thinking about it even if I continue accelerating.Have mine set at 8K, once the light comes on, I give it a bit of a hesitation before I shift. And yea, no need to redline really, since you're out of the powerband by then anyway.