Yes. My problem was the conditions change for me almost every ride. One ride in would be at 7900, the next ride 7700 and even 7500 if it was very muddy. It was a pain in the ass to deal with and I was constantly adjusting. If the Rev limiter is bumped up to 8500 you can clutch for 8200 instead of 7950 and have a 500 rpm Window instead of a 250 rpm Window and not have any fear of hitting the Rev limiter and having the throttle close. More power more consistently.What makes it easier?? Since the rev limit is bumped up??