I more than realize that, but I have no intent to ride on the interstate longer than I would need too, anyways from here it's UP and OVER the continental divide, so NO one is flying up the mountains......I simply want to get rid of the bumble bee buzz effect above 5000 rpm, while being able to cruise at 50 - 55 mph that is why I have decided to stick with my 16 tooth front sprocket and buy a 30 tooth (I currently have a 36 tooth rear)....Im not trying to fly on this bike, I just want to tweak it to be somewhat comfortable, which I have nearly done already, simply with getting rid of the stock seat. I seem to be riding this bike about 200 miles/wk so i just need to make it suite me....not rob it of power for top end ill NEVER use. Figure at most Id get it upto 80 to pass someone, there should be more than enough power left for that with this engine. unless its tried, we cannot prove or disprove this engines capabilities! Im not saying your wrong, im just saying from the math, it says this can be done with room to spare.
As for the Maximum Power RPM on that chart, I used the max torque listed in the shopmaunal, not max HP, I do not know which matters more for these calculations.