This is my opinion, not meant to antagonize or offend anyone or to pick a fight.
While the engine can loaf just fine at low rpms, say 2500, what happens if you need a quick shot of power to accelerate out of a bad situation. Think a 4 wheeler encroaching on your lane to change lanes. A lot of times this happens, a quick shot of power to get out of their way is the prudent action. By loafing down low you remove one avenue of escape from a potential disaster. That's why I like to keep the engine where it can produce power instantly. Down shifting 2-3 gears to get power can take too long and will cut your escape time.
I'm almost always running at least 4k rpms with an occasional drop to maybe 3500.
Yeah, if you want true ram air tuning, you better be willing to ram some air! (SteveinSunnyFlorida)
'99 Concours(with 234,xxx miles on it), sold
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And most of Canada too, eh?