RPM = number of Revolutions Per Minute. Most commonly an acronym for engine crankshaft speed.

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Short shifting after full throttle

Other than normal wear and tear, are there any detrimental effects or added harm done to the engine by going full throttle in 1st and/or 2nd gear, then shifting up well before redline (say 4k rpm on a ...
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2012 KTM Duke 200 - Low acceleration in low rpm

Recently my bike (KTM Duke 200) is suffocating to deliver enough power between 2000-3000 RPM. I took the bike to a service station and they told me that its an engine problem, low compression and ...
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High acceleration and dieing when brake is pressed

I have a 2003 Ford Taurus its been good only needed a new starter and new brakes besides the standard changes in the 6-7 yrs since i got it. Then 7 Jan 2016 hit. Since then it has been in the shop 5 ...
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Is there a rev matching device?

I understand that rev matching is acquired skill by practicing and driving more. I'd like to know if there was a device you could attach to your car that would detect and notify you if engine rev is ...
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1992 Mitsubishi 3000gt sl. no power and won't go above 2k rpm

I bought an automatic 1992 Mitsubishi 3000gt sl 2 days ago. I got it cheap knowing it would have problems, and that's why I'm here. When I put it in drive and slam on the gas the car just simply ...
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Tachometer doesnt show correct RPM sometimes

On my Honda CBF 150cc , the Tachometer shows RPM correctly when i'm at a constant speed. But some times when i slow down and accelerate the RPM Needle moves unexpectedly. (say to 0 even i'm at a ...
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Idle RPM is not setting properly sometimes

I have an Apache RTR 180 (Carbureted) Sometimes, when I downshift, and when shifting down to 1st gear (to stand still), the RPM shows somewhere around 2000. The normal idle is around 1200 - 1400 RPM. ...