there seems to be ALOT of variables not accounted for in the calculator
Crank HP vs wheel hp, crank torque vs wheel torque. Weight, size of tire, type of tire.
i dont think its giving you a really good idea about what is a good shift area.
ya i agree with you and with stock internals 7500 would be pushing it...by the time i probably get flashpro my car will have 50,000 miles on it hahajust remember, honda lowers red line about 300-400 rpm less than actual damage will start to occur. most companies do that. because most driver barely touch red line.
i think upping the redline will not get you any where but too the junk yard in short order.
these engines are tough, but not tough enough to handle 7500 rpm like you would want
i think your gonna go from a 300,000 mile car to a 50,000 mile car very quick
Max power is produced at 6,000 RPM Max torque is around 4,200 RPM anything over that is noiseyea i mean 6800-7500 isnt much of a stretch, but i would like to see what gains you could get from that increase.
but hell id try it, i mean its not often you would rev your engine that high, i'll be getting flash pro over the coming months so ill see what gains i can come up with,