And I live there when I can and have for almost 50 years of driving.
My 840 has a "Redline" on the tach of 6500 but with the engine and transmission chips it does its shifts at 7000 in Sport.
The trick is to not Float the valves-IE not exceed the rpm where the valve springs can close the valves before the piston catches up and bends them. I would bet that that point is a lot higher than the redline on your tach.
Had a pushrod small block Chevy motor once that had an 11,000 rpm shift point (ran out of airflow thru two Big 4 barrel carburetors at 12,000). That is about 10 times the valve train inertia of an overhead cam engine.
Drive it like you Own it