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This thread made me push my quad a little faster today 62 mph. Then my wife came out the front door & I'll leave it that. No I want I had rather seen blue lights flashing behind me now you know it wasn't good. I hope she don't take my key away.lol

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Just tell her you were being chased by a swarm of bees and it was the only way to not get stung.

Anytime I come back from a ride with no broken bones and/or blood loss my wife is usually happy with me.

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119mph is COOKIN !!!:yes: Mine get alittle squirelly over 70 !!

lol yea i was more scared of my front tires blowing off the rims they got TALL and skinny!:shock2:

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Talking about speed my daughter was riding my prairie 650 and her sometimes friend wanted to race with her Honda 250 rincon. My daughter was smart enough not to race. I think God she listen when I said be careful and don't do anything stupid. If the friend wants to know how bad an old 650 is me and her dad can drag'em and she can watch from the sidelines.

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Talking about speed my daughter was riding my prairie 650 and her sometimes friend wanted to race with her Honda 250 rincon. My daughter was smart enough not to race. I think God she listen when I said be careful and don't do anything stupid. If the friend wants to know how bad an old 650 is me and her dad can drag'em and she can watch from the sidelines.

yes i agree hi speeds, heavy quads and younger kids do NOT mix!

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On 12/9/2016 at 8:34 AM, quadmaniac said:

That's pretty fast. I have had quads up to about 70 before in the snow.

So have I, I think the fastest for me was like 74 mph on my 2005 suzuki king quad when I had it.

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On 3/23/2017 at 10:33 PM, drag_on said:

ran it on a dyno , hit 100+ ltz484

Now that's fast!!!

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My old 500 predator ,94 cell GPS 

My 500 Sportsman, 60,until I threw on a 2 inch lift ,clutched it and 27s...now 45 lol. Speedo 

My 850xpeps, almost 80 stock ,72 after 2 inch lift and 28s. Speedo .

My pro r 800... 111.. and it's there. .now. like a light switch 

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I've had a yamaha grizzly 660 up to about 60 and had a friend king quad 700 up to about 70.  For sport utility quads, that's pretty fast I think and not really going to do that in the woods or on trails. It's pretty impressive some of the speeds these sports quads are getting up to . Here's a fast as hell banshee..

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