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If someone has their torque numbers from a dyno run in 250 RPM increments from 10,000-Redline I could tell you when to shift exactly, with a graph too! Until I get these numbers redline 1st through 3rd. Shift to 5th and 6th aroun 13,500.
 

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bump, anyone have their torque numbers from a dyno run in 250 RPM increments from 10,000-Redline? Please post for 2005-06 ZX-6R and modifications if any.

Originally posted by WHOA636
If someone has their torque numbers from a dyno run in 250 RPM increments from 10,000-Redline I could tell you when to shift exactly, with a graph too! Until I get these numbers redline 1st through 3rd. Shift to 5th and 6th aroun 13,500.
 

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Depends on your gearing and how many shifts you're making. You might want to bang it to the rev limiter, you might want to shift 500-800 rpm early to avoid the power fall off. But probably take it to the redline.
 

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Originally posted by Ernie
Depends on your gearing and how many shifts you're making. You might want to bang it to the rev limiter, you might want to shift 500-800 rpm early to avoid the power fall off. But probably take it to the redline.
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On some dynos in the mags a stock 6R makes max hp around 13000 rpm and max torque around 11000 rpm.
 

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If you really wanna know where the optimum place to shift on YOUR particular bike, you need to get a dyno run and see what peak hp is before it drops off.
 
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