VTX 1800C Red Line RPM (HELP)
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    Default VTX 1800C Red Line RPM (HELP)

    I just installed a tachometer for my 2004 VTX 1800C but cannot find the red line RPM anywhere. It is not even in the manual.

    I am looking for max RPM, peak power RPM if anyone knows I would appreciate it.

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    as the rocketeer says, If you have a good reaction time (0.5sec) then set the shift light at 5450. this gives you the begining of the torque curve in the next gear.

    hope this helps
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    From other posts, 5750 is where the rev limiter is set.
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    I might have this backwards of wrong all together.but I think the fuel shuts off at 5750 then the ignition cuts out at 6000.
    '02 VTX1800C

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