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Talk about fast...holy crap

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I have a friend that has a Scrambler 400 bored out to a 435 and other mods. It has close to 100hp and won't move out of it tracks till you hit about 3k RPMs. It is scary fast.

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play the video in the first post lol

btw that scrammy has a polaris xc 700 snowmobile engine stuffed in it.

VERY FAST

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i watched it before when i posted.

and i still don't understand..........:confused::confused:

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..its fast.

really fast.

thats it

...

More like quik. 0 to top speed would be better than stock.

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i watched it before when i posted.

and i still don't understand..........:confused::confused:

What is there to not understand? The guy stuffed a snow mobile motor into a quad. It is fast.

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ohhh...you see...I'm very new to this sport...and actually to anything that has a motor. I've been learning slowly over the past year...

don't hold it against me:frown:I had no idea what was so cool.....but now I kinda understand. Thanks for spelling it out for me Bot!

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More like quik. 0 to top speed would be better than stock.

huh? 0-62 in four seconds and a top speed of 108 is fast if you ask me...

:confused:

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huh? 0-62 in four seconds and a top speed of 108 is fast if you ask me...

:confused:

Means he changed the gearinb then. I've been on two 500 scramblers and they would not hit 108 without changing gearing.Hit 72 mph no problrm. I watched the video If that thing hit 108 mph , Then you could fly with a single fart.

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huh? 0-62 in four seconds and a top speed of 108 is fast if you ask me...

:confused:

By the way its Km/h not MPH. 100 KMH is like 50 to 55 mph.Don that on a scrambler 50 ho with Cam , After market exshaust , and clutch kit. Got clocked by a local cop at 72 mph on pavement. It wound out to that to speed in a hurry.

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*SIGH*

no.

100 km/h is 62.

and its NOT A SCRAMBLER

its a snomobile motor.

Motor is diferent but the tranny is the same. top speed should be the same. Just how fast you get there should be a heck of alot better.

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have an 02 scrambler 400 2 stroke and a 03 scrambler 500 4 stroke and the 4 stroker has way more get up and go.. much quicker machine for sure.. not sure about top end on either being i have only had them both up to about 48 mph according to GPS

Great machines for sure. i couldnt even imagine doing over a 100 on a quad that is not set up with street tires.. Just doing close to 50 i could tell doing 75 would be tricky with trail tires on pavement.

Chris

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I've rode at some pretty high speeds on pavement, it's kinda shakey, but it's not as bad as you think.

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High speed on dirt is crazier than on pavement. On pavement the knobs kind of hold you in a line. On dirt you just float around.

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That's true, pavement just gives me that thought of: "this would hurt like hell if i wrecked" it's like road rash flashbvacks for me.:elvis:

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I hear ya, on pavement you know that if you make a wrong move you can high side that thng quick because of how well the tires grip.

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I like doing long wheelies on pavement, it's scary thinkin about what would happen if you went backward at 70mph, but i can go much farther on pavement. I've topped my z400 out on the back two wheels several times on pavement, but then i look back and go "wow it's a good thing i didn't lose that wheelie.:err:

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Yeah, for sure, i'm lucky i've never had any serious injuries though, you had a pretty bad bike wreck didn't you?

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:aargh::confused::biggrin:shoot lord knows i have. i cased a step up, tore my knee apart, all the way down to my knee cap...that's just one of them

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