Lowering the RPM's (Rear sprocket)
I drive my GW a lot on highways and tend to take it on a journey to southern Europe this summer, and I do think it runs on pretty high RPM's when doing highway.
When I cruise at 135km/h (84MPH) it's steady at 10.000RPM.
I know that the bike has it's max power output at 8500RPM, so why not lower the RPM 10%?
Has any of you tried with a smaller rear sprocket or a larger front sprocket to reduce the RPM and increase the MPG? If yes, was it successfull?
I've posted a video of my driving in the video section, so you can see what I mean..