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What is the redline mark of your bike?

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Just wanted to know what bike you run and if you know the redline mark of it? I guess knowing your redline could mean saving your motor and making it last for a long, long time. It's just unheard of when I saw the rev limit of a YZ250f at 13,000 rpm .. how are the Husqvarnas in comparison to the Yamaha Japanese counterpart?

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the same, TE250 goes to 13k rpm. Designed to do so and not really noticeable.

All the spiffy 4 strokes take more fine tuning than the old stuff did, but what a difference. You want longevity, how about my 82 430 Husq that was just gone thru for the first time. All it needed was a fresh 4th gear and seals. Rings good, no bore needed, etc. I ride it a dozen weekends a yr or so. :)

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cool, cool..

Now anyone ride a TC 450 / TE450 / TC570 / TE570 ?

I know the bigger the powerplant the rpms go down quite a bit..

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