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KnightHawk

How fast have you had your ATV?

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I used my old LG Ally Android powered phone. I had a speedo app on it before I got my new phone so it still worked through GPS.

In about a block I had my Yamaha Warrior 350 up into 6th and up to 49 mph. Was still gaining speed but had to slow down. Was coming up to the Stop sign so I figured the block was long enough. I believe I read the top speed is around 60 to 65 for the Warrior.

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i had mine going 94 km's in the winter on the river, with 27" tires, so i don't know what actual speed i was going, just had the speedo reading that much, that fast ever i looked....

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Had my 350 over 65. Not sure on the 700, but should be in the 95-105 range. Never got that fast on a road, but topped it out in a field and i could tell it was spinning awfully bad. I know for a fact it will do 63mph in 3rd gear.

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the conversion i can figure out, but not sure how much the bigger tires throw the speedo off

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found a quick was to convert your tire size for accurate measure of speedo....

take your tire size you have now (in my case 27) multiply by your speed (94 kph) and divide that buy your stock tire size (25) and this will be a more accurate speed. 101.52 kph

27 x 94 = 101.52 kph

25

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I had my DS650 at 81 MPH. that is haulin some A****

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05 450R 70mph and still a gear left !! starts to move around at those speeds !! don`t like the feeling of that !!:no:

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Fastest i went in a car on the street was 160+ in a corvette. Fastest i went in the 1/4 mile was 128mph @ 10.2 seconds.

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Yours?

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Nopeone of my uncles. He has a few.

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Spiked the needle at 170 on my ninja. Talk about tunnel vision.

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You all are hijackin the shit out of this thread.....

06 700 KingQuad.......70 MPH. Fastest I've been on a ATV.

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You all are hijackin the shit out of this thread.....

They must be embarased by their slow quads :laugh:

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Whatever the top speed on a TB 250 is. Like maybe 15-20MPH.. LOL

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Had my '06 YFZ450 up to 71mph at Silver Lake right before I shut it down. Start to get really light and hairy.

Covered the 1/4 mile in 7.62 @ 179 in a Super Comp rear engine dragster back in the late 90's.

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Had my '06 YFZ450 up to 71mph at Silver Lake right before I shut it down. Start to get really light and hairy.

Covered the 1/4 mile in 7.62 @ 179 in a Super Comp rear engine dragster back in the late 90's.

My r does the same thing ! The front end starts to float !! :laugh:

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