Brayden's next run hit 5500RPM, and since that milestone we've removed the next set of RPM limiters.
We are pleased to say that we believe our public release software identifies all RPM limiters and gives users the ability to remove them - at this stage we are the only product on the market to date that eliminates all RPM limiters.
The capability of this function is yet to be fully exploited. Testing demonstrates 5500RPM is capable, however this is not the limit of the ECM. Fueling tables, and aftermarket modifications are paramount for high end users.
I went with 12 valve rods crank 14mm main studs and gurdel balanced it all 625s up top and alot of machine work alot of money to get them to live in that area of the rpm band that's why im interested to see real gains by spinning that high alot of wear on the motor
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