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Impossible.

115 HP sled goes like 110 MPH. To go faster, you need incredible HP, even if it was 200 it wouldn't be breaking the 200 MPH mark. Not even close.

Plus think of how it would handle at that kind of speed. When you are going that fast, everything comes into play such as aerodynamics.

JMO anyway.
 

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artberube on 7/27/2003 6:19:34 PM
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F/S 2000 Chasis with Dual Turbos V6, dynos at 450 hp, problem with track, comes appart at 165 mph, if you have the balls and the $ I have the sled for you. Asking 15.5k call 978-670 1500 ext 105

this is from another forum,
the truth ?????????????
 

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never said he was a buddy,

just something i found on amsnow.

just thought i,d add that,since we seem to be grasping at "Anything" to talk about lately
 

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LOL!

Me recalls of a snowmobile video where a guy drove his sled off the cliff of a Mt. and free-falled until his sled smashed to pieces. Sled Necks video?

Originally posted by larrywannamaker
[br]200 Mph.... push it off a cliff maybe
 

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I would believe 200 Kph, for a 200 Hp sled. I've had mine to 118 stock so a 132 Mph for an extra 30 Hp sounds reasonable. 200 MPH NO WAY IN HELL on a 200 HP tcat. Mine is almost there although geared for the mountains isn't going to do more than a buck and a quarter. And that would be on a perfect day on a long run.
 
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