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FN2 standard vs flashpro rev limiter!

It feels like the FN2 doesn't tail off the power above 8000rpm, can i ask where the limiter is set (only got it at the w/e and don't want to hit limiter if I can help it)?

Also read Flashpro sees up to 8600 rpm, is this safe to use higher than standard limit without uprating other parts such as valve springs?

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8200 is std

8600 is safe on stock valvetrain and oil pump, just dont sit welded to it constantly
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