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Lowering rev limit

Hey guys a have a k7 1000 gsxr and I’m wondering if I could lower the rev limit ( with clutch ) from 8000 to 6000 or around that, anyone has done it before what’s the side effects
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2 stage limiter. Different rpm limits clutch in/out.
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Hey guys a have a k7 1000 gsxr and Iím wondering if I could lower the rev limit ( with clutch ) from 8000 to 6000 or around that, anyone has done it before whatís the side effects
There are several that can do this. It was available as early as 03. I am going to send my flash back to get it added as I did not think about it.

For the others, it is poor mans launch control. When the clutch is in the flash can add a lower rev limit (say 6000 RPM) to help you upon start. Feather out the clutch and go!!
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I'd rather have a 2-step.
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Re: Lowering rev limit

ECU flash will do it. That's easiest in MOST cases.

Would you happen to have a power commander already hooked up? If you do, you can buy a Dynojet ignition module and install it. There is a port on it that you can run the clutch switch to and will allow you to adjust the rev limit with your PC, basically having a "clutch in" map and a "clutch out" map. That's not all it does, but it'll do what you are looking for.
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