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    Quote Originally Posted by jerzeeog View Post
    I wouldn't mind the noise since I plan to have music going on the helmet, My main thing is the bike and the engine at those RPMs for a prolonged time. I work about 35 minutes away but it's literally ALL highway averaging about 70MPH the whole time.

    I plan to use this bike daily (whenever the weather permits) in the summer which will also help with controlling the mileage on my other cars, lol.
    The max Horsepower for the 600 is 47 at 7300 RPMs. I would imagine you could run all day at 1000 RPMs below the max horsepower setting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcraig View Post
    I would imagine you could run all at 1000 RPMs below the max horsepower setting.
    Can you rephrase that? Hard to decipher what you are saying.

    Actually, at Can-Am website, it says 50. 47 must have been a preliminary number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aufgeblassen47 View Post
    Can you rephrase that? Hard to decipher what you are saying.

    Actually, at Can-Am website, it says 50. 47 must have been a preliminary number.
    My experience with my 600 ACE running at 70mph the RPMs were between 6000-6200. That's more than a 1000 RPMs below the RPMs for max horsepower. In my mind running at 70mph for extended periods should not be a problem.

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    BORE & STROKE
    2.9 in. (74 mm) x 2.7 in. (69.7 mm)

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    Rotax 600 ACE Engine: 47 hp (35 kW) @ 7300 RPM
    Rotax 900 ACE Engine: 77 hp (57.5 kW) @ 7100 RPM

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    Rotax 600 ACE Engine: 35 ft-lb (47 Nm) @ 6200 RPM
    Rotax 900 ACE Engine: 56 ft-lb (76 Nm) @ 6300 RPM

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    Quote Originally Posted by KC61 View Post
    I don't think the RPM's is gonna hurt anything but the noise and buzz at that high of a speed for a long time could be rather irritating.
    Actually, mirrors are clearer at higher RPMs vs. lower ones.

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    This is a great place for the after market CVT tranny tune ups. Simple to do and a lot of info in the ATV, Side by Side and the like market place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by old Timer View Post
    This is a great place for the after market CVT tranny tune ups. Simple to do and a lot of info in the ATV, Side by Side and the like market place.
    Was there suppose to be a link included with your post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcraig View Post
    Was there suppose to be a link included with your post?
    No, I don't have a link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bcraig View Post
    The max Horsepower for the 600 is 47 at 7300 RPMs. I would imagine you could run all day at 1000 RPMs below the max horsepower setting.
    I think you're right, the 600 should be fine...I've been following Fastryker for tuning updates and think it would get better.

    Per their website - With this tune, you will experience the following:

    Increased acceleration
    Increased throttle response & less throttle lag
    Moderate changes to normal mode
    Higher RPM limit
    increased fuel efficiency in cruising RPM's
    Access to maps as we upgrade. (working on removing traction control, possibly adding sport mode)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerzeeog View Post
    I think you're right, the 600 should be fine...I've been following Fastryker for tuning updates and think it would get better.

    Per their website - With this tune, you will experience the following:

    Increased acceleration
    Increased throttle response & less throttle lag
    Moderate changes to normal mode
    Higher RPM limit
    increased fuel efficiency in cruising RPM's
    Access to maps as we upgrade. (working on removing traction control, possibly adding sport mode)
    Just keep in mind, any of that will void your warranty.

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    Despite stricter emission laws in Europe, the Ryker 600 here has 50hp and the 900 82hp (Europe Spec Sheet)
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