I always figured it was sorta calculated by the car, depending on all sorts of variables including the season of the year, day of week, tire thread wear, stuff like that. No literal "red line".
On track we shift at 8,200 regularly.
Anyone else put their hand up as a genuine "money shifter"? I have three times on track. Popped over 9,000. You don't want to know what that sounds like.
Yet she goes on. Remarkable motors.
Anyone can make something complicated. It takes genius to make it simple. Einstein.
2011 Evora S
Racing Heritage Edition (#3 of 4) (Now with alexsharkeyross)
2005 Elise LRG, Trim Shop interior
, full cage, Cup wheels
, BWR 'charger lives!
1974 Lotus Europa Special
3841R in JPS
(Doc Jay has her)
2007 Toyota Tundra (about 10 cup holders), traded for 2015 Tundra TRD PRO
2008 Audi A4, 2007 Audi S4 DTM (RIP) 1980 Rover SD1 (new home) 2015 Honda Civic Si
2016 Nissan 370Z Nismo