If your testing this with the vehicle in park it won't go over 3000 rpms because the rev limiter kicks in so you don't do damage to the engine. If you are in drive and you step on it when it's safe to do so, it should go well over 3000 rpms.
3000 rpm is red line. Red line is about 3000 rpm,
RPM stands for Revolutions-Per-Minute, and is counted at the crankshaft. At 3000 RPM the engine is spinning twice as fast as at 1500 RPM.
3000 rpm or lower
An engine that vibrates at 3000 RPM has an issue with balance. The harmonic balancer or the crankshaft can become out of alignment.
no engine starts at 3000 rpm, most stardarded idle speed is 750 rpm......<---HES RIGHT ABOUT THE IDLE PART BUT ENGINES START AT AROUND 15-1700 RPM THEN QUICKLY GO DOWN TO 650-900 RPM IDLE SEVERAL THINGS CAN CAUSE THIS "IDLE CONTROL MOTOR" THEY CAN BE REMOVER AND CLEANED IN MOST CASES AND A THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR HAS CAUSED THIS IN THE PAST PDP
54 at 3000 rpm
210 HP @ 5000 RPM and 214 TQ @ 3000 RPM
Torque 425 @ 2000 RPM; Horsepower 215 @ 3000 RPM
10psi is minimum. Normal would be 30 at idle, 60 at 3000 rpm.10psi is minimum. Normal would be 30 at idle, 60 at 3000 rpm.
Usually between 2800 and 3000 rpm. It could go faster, but blade tip speed becomes dangerously high past that.