damn!!!!:hairpull: my damn bandit limits out just before red lining (130mph) can i remove the mother f***** im a mechanic but i dont know how its restricted any help??
gearing should not affect the rpm a limiter kicks in at.2 questions:
#1: What sprocket sizes are you running different to stock
#2: Have you heard about Gpack TRE's?
The ECU reads the RPM and gear signals and compares them. It cuts fuel when you get to a certain RPM in top gear.
A lot of suzukis can use a modified gear position sensor to eliminate the top speed governor. You just make the bike think it's in a lower gear.
The gear position sensor works on different resistances. Find out the resistance of your two top gears. Then add a resistor to the wiring harness so when the bike is in top gear, it's the same resistance as a lower gear. Make sense?
Dude, do you even look into what kind of bike someone has before answering a question? I've seen a lot of this kind of stuff from you.
I just sorta spout information. I don't dwell a lot on each thread so I offer what I knowledge I have before I move on and hope it helps. Plus I have communicative aphasia from my neurological problems so I tend to type something completely different from what I was actually thinking.
I also don't know much about specific bike models, especially older ones, so all I can offer is advice based on the theories which I understand.
Thanks for your correction and sorry.
Whoooooo Hooooooo! THAT is what I call a Rapierreply to aSabrecomment.I just sorta spout information. I don't dwell a lot on each thread so I offer what I knowledge I have before I move on and hope it helps. Plus I have communicative aphasia from my neurological problems so I tend to type something completely different from what I was actually thinking.
I think I sorta asked this already.what do you expect out of a 600? even the 1200 are going just 145/150mph.
If you really want to redline your ride go and change the sprocket ratio
what is your maximum rev in the highest gear and what sprockets are you running?
don't forget, 1 tooth on the front is nearly like 3 on the rear