I like to think that a happy middle ground is where the best results lay. Yes you don't want to overburdern a still tight motor and gearbox, but you also need the high revs to help bed the rings and what not.lol didn't take long for this subject to come up again and again the same dude is quoted
if you read any forum for any bike you will find a link to this guys stuff
i have read all his stuff and i can say he does know how to put an argument.
note: i am not saying he is right or wrong and i'm keeping my opinion to myself on this one. All i will say is changing the oil and filter early cant do any harm whatever method you choose to use.
5700rpm is good for 82 mph so it's not too badThat's going to kill me but I will follow the manual. I believe the people who design and build your engine know exactly what is required. No need for me to second-guess them.