This Is Why Your Motorcycle Has a Redline [INFO.]

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This Is Why Your Motorcycle Has a Redline [INFO.]

Post by ViragoJoe » Wed Sep 15, 2021 4:42 am

Well boys and girls.

This Is Why Your Motorcycle Has a Redline:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhOl9Uh_nyw
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Re: This Is Why Your Motorcycle Has a Redline [INFO.]

Post by jsyzdek » Wed Sep 15, 2021 11:38 am

Ah, growing up I used to drive this big'ol diesel truck with a 16000cc engine (almost 1000 cu.in) with a red line of a whooping 1550 rpm...

Speaking of the RevZilla channel, and specifically their "Daily rider" series: I wonder if they would ever put a Virago through their test (maybe sans the off-road jump) and see how it stacks up against modern bikes. Sure, it doesn't have cruise control and other gadgets, but it's plenty comfy and reliable.
Keep Calm and Ride On!

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