Pretty sure your tachometer is off. Here is a video of my then '81 1100 with seriously worn out bearings, worn out inner springs and worn out piston skirts achieving the same RPMs with a correctly working tachometer.
Gerry, I hear 'ya man.
Despite what you're seeing though, what are you hearing?
I'm hearing higher revs on mine.
I'm hearing I'm holding those higher rev's and climbing well into redline with them.
I'm not hearing that off yours with some other problem. I'm not hearing it for whatever reason you're not spinning it that high.
I understand that.
I understand what you're saying.
Do you know what you're looking at? I mean, it ain't none of my business if you do or don't.
What you're bringing up is great though.
Seeing ain't always believing, is it? See that bandwagon behind you?
Everybody wanting to rely on their version of how to capture video while in the midst of establishing a "viable" marketplace.
I want some comparable video.
I want it shot like mine.
That's what I want.
I don't care what kind of old 'Wing so long as it's naturally aspirated and not juiced.
Only one on YouTube is a Dude running dual 40's holding RPM. What's up with that?