Join Date: Apr 2003
Location: Northern Colorado, CO, USA
Re: Gt Rev Limiter???
I'm hesitant to post here since my good friend Grif remonstrated with me that as I don't own a GT I have only dubious qualification to post in this forum. Even so, just a thought, but it seems to me that trusting the rev limiter to prevent over revving the engine could lead to catastrophic engine failure. I've heard lots of anecdotal tales of just this thing happening on various sport bikes. Additionally, one night standing next to an intersection on a main drag through town, I actually observed this type of engine failure. I'm just wondering if anyone has considered this?
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