+1. I doubt the oil pressure is that high if it is measurable at all. Some of the really old cars and motorcycles (BMW and others) didn't have oil pumps at all. They had dippers on the rod caps that picked up the oil for the rod bearings. A lot of small engines like Briggs and Stratton don't have oil pumps and work the same way, sometimes for decades.The post 07 don't have one, reason being they are roller bearing engines and so only
run very low pressure, if they put a light on riders would be complaining it was on all
the time it was at low revs. something like between 5 and 15 psi at 3000 rpm.