Damn, thats kind of funny. It's like the perfect engine for performance applications then. Since you are high revvin' it anyway, it actually is more efficient and lasts longer. So then does the 'wobble' causing wear on the rotors at low RPMs turn into full centrifical spin the higher you rev? Similar to the big slicks on top fuelers during the burnout. They friggin grow when they smoke those pups!
94 Mazda MX6 LS - yep, blew it up again.
93 Ford Probe GT - the $200 DD.
03 Ford Windstar - the ManVan!