Rhino 700, 64 MPH on pump gas!

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Everyone should check out this video at Trinity Racing . It is about a new Rhino 700 with:

• Brand New734cc Cylinder

• Pro Ported Cylinder Head with +1 mm Larger Valves

• Heavy Duty Spring Kit with Titanium Retainers

• Machined Clutch Sheave

• Stage III Camshaft

• JE 10.75 : 1 Forged Piston

• Dynatek Ignition

• Stage IV EFI controller

• Complete Top-End Gasket Set

Also a K&N Air filter.

It is running at 64 miles per hour uphill on a 1.5% grade sand road. after it drag races with a stock Rhino on asphalt and smokes the stock Rhino. Great job Trinity Racing!!!!

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55 is fast enough without changing the suspension. 42 is stock, but a few mods and I will have it going 55.

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[ame=]YouTube - Trinity Racing 64mph Rhino 700[/ame]

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