Hello all, Just joined the forum and this is my first post. Looking forward to being part of the community. I’ve had my 2017 Africa Twin for a few weeks now and I have query regarding a 6000rpm rev limit when accelerating with wide open throttle (held against the throttle stop). Is this by design or is there something wrong with my bike?? I find that if I back the throttle off a bit it will rev to 8000rpm when the rev limiter kicks in again. I experimented a bit further by leaving in second gear and accelerating with throttle against the stop, when it reaches 6000rpm it stops accelerating unless I back the throttle of again... with throttle backed off a bit it starts to accelerate and when I reached 7000rpm I wound throttle on to the stop again at which point it seemed to cut power until engine slowed to 6000rpm where engine control seemed to hold it. So, I know peak torque is at 6000rpm and that’s why I’m thinking it’s by design rather than a fault with my bike... but I’d just like to know others experience before I have the pain of contacting a dealer to resolve... has anyone else experienced this with the their Africa Twin? I should mention as well mine is a manual. Thanks in advance.