JasonD Posted July 31, 2021 Share Posted July 31, 2021 At what RPM do you shift up? I, unfortunately, only have about 2100km on my T7 and use it to commute back and forth from work never getting above 50-60km/hr and never needing to go higher than 4th. Yes, I know, it's a shame but work and my Husky FX 350 are to blame I notice some videos out there of people shifting way up in the 9000-10 000RPM range. I find myself shifting at 4000-5000RPM? Shifting is smooth... Is shifting at that high of RPMs a waste of fuel and unnecessary wear on the engine or is my 'never getting it high in the RPMs' bogging the engine down and building up carbon etc?? Do others shift at low RPMs when 'cruising' around and only shift at higher RPMs when on dirt roads or opening up on the highways? Thoughts? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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