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The "Power Band" is a term for the range of RPM that an engine makes it's usuable HP. Generally it's used in refference to two stroke motorcycles with multiple manual gears. The idea is to keep the engine in the RPM range that the engine makes the most HP while shifting through the gears to obtain maximum acceleration.
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'''Power band''' is a term for the [[RPM]] range where an engine makes its usable horsepower. Generally it's used in reference to [[two stroke]] motorcycles with multiple manual gears. The idea is to keep the engine in the RPM range where the engine makes the most power while shifting through the gears to obtain maximum acceleration.
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Latest revision as of 13:55, 2 July 2010

Power band is a term for the RPM range where an engine makes its usable horsepower. Generally it's used in reference to two stroke motorcycles with multiple manual gears. The idea is to keep the engine in the RPM range where the engine makes the most power while shifting through the gears to obtain maximum acceleration.