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I recently purchased this sled (longtrack 133" touring) for my gf to ride. Unfortunately (maybe not so much :D ) she thinks its too slow. The sled does about 60-80km/h (40-50mph) pretty easy. After getting to 70 km/h it takes a little to get to 80. What I want to know is how fast should this sled be able to pull? I was thinking a 500 fanner would be able to pull 60-70MPH.

When I got the sled I had to replace the chain and gears. The top gear was 18t and due to time constraints had to put in a 21T. I thought this would have made it faster but I'm wondering if its too much for the sled to try to pull. Maybe worn out belt? I think the bottom gear was 44t or whatever stock is.
 

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You have effectively geared it up.You may haveto go up a number or two on the drive clutch clickers.What RPM top are you reaching?What is your engagement RPM/
 
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