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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-22-2010, 02:19 PM Thread Starter
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2002 pantera maximum rpm

I was wondering if anyone knows what my maximum rpm range I should not exceed.
I have a 600efi and when trail riding sometime open it up for a few miles to 60-80mph on straight stretches my rpm is around 7200-7500.Is this too much for this engine.
i ride with a friend who has a polaris and there is a decal on his hood stating rpm range.Am I missing my sticker or does cat not publish this?
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No thats ok and no Cat doesn't have such a decal! You should actually raise your RPM the 600 EFI should hold 8200 rpm and shift out! Try a smooth straight stretch or lake and punch it wide open! Your tac should jump to about 8000 and stay there!
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