Well about a month ago a guy who was here at our local radar run achieved 130 miles an hour on his Polaris Storm with a Genesis engine but I have heard of stories of people going well in excess of that.
holy crap thats some fast sleds hey madcow got a question are you into streetbikes at all .I see by your posts you love speed I must say I am a little addicted to speed myself I have a gsxr 1000 piped ported and I have had it doing 170 and I think she has more just got a little worries about other things on bike going that fast like my tires chain thats the only part that scares me
man i thaugh i was fast, ehhehh i got my t-cat up to 121 on radar ,, was pretty happy with that ,, but i'm sure i could of had another 3 to 5 mph if i was on bare ice,,, but hey ,, i'm all stock so it's good enough for me, ehehhe Had the needle on the tac back up near the 0 , heheh i could of swore i was going closer to 135 ,, but not even close
the big sleds can be real trail friendly,
i am not into bikes as a whole yet, understanding them from a component i can do, i will be getting into them more if i get the job i am looking into.
there was a guy on rush lake with a bike doing 108 in the 1000'. he had sled picks right threw the tire.
Don't get the wrong impression about tripples over twins in trails , cause believe me ,, they hold MORE then their own,, even with my heavy 575lbs t-cat , i can fallow pretty much anything or anyone i want if i decided to go a little crazzy, and i find my machine will hold the snow better on top end more then any other machine , WHY?? because she's heavy ,, making her REAL stable ,, plus i'm better on gas then all the other machines i ride with , ehehheh 2 for 1 deal
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