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How fast can my Yamaha 1999 Grizzly 600 go?

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:biggrin:Hello Riders. I know that this is a silly ??? I have a Yamaha 1999 Grizzly 600. How fast will it run and what would be a safe speed to ride a long way on a good forset road. My unit is in good shape and it does noe wolble at speed. Thanks Chuck

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My friend has had his 600 Grizzly up to 68 mph on an open snowy road. It will do the speed..but on a forrest trail, I would keep ot between 25 and 30 mph tops..because you could go over a bump or someting that is unexpected in the trail. Use your judgement, you will be able to guage your machine and what it is capable of doing, the more you ride it.

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