Good to know about the RPM and the disengagement of the drive. I was wondering if there was rev limiter or...??My brother's theory is ride them normal for about 500 miles then ride them hard until the warranty expires, by then if it's going to break it would have.
You really cant over rpm the bike. I tried already and when you over rpm the engine it disengages the drive shaft and takes the load off the engine. Your bike will seem to go into neutral until you back off the throttle. Thats why they don't have a tachometer installed, they made it so you can't over rpm the bike. So get down and have fun, you'll get the feel for when to shift at the optimum time for max performance as you test the boundries.