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Any one ever prove/disprove the gen 4 us model lower redline

Just wondering after doing alot of reading if anyone ever got to dyno or test an actual euro model and if they actually have a 14250 rev limit as compared to the us models 13500? Quite a few articles said so but just wondering

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After scanning the ECU software with the WR kit, the stock redline is set to 13,600 on the US models from the factory.

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Scout said there is no difference and that people just need to learn to ride loops

Sarcastic answer- no, 4th gen came out in 2011, nobody knows yet.

Actual answer. Yes.. there's a bunch of different in the ECU programming

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Ok so to put it this way would I be safe raising the limit to 14250 on stock head

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Power falls off before then anyway.. seems the general consensus is 14050

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Only reason is cause I bought a second hand guhl ecu and they raised limit by 700rpm. I'm not intending to shift that high but as a precaution i don't wanna grenade the motor if it does happen to hit 14200

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Nah, you'll be fine

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Ok good.

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