Yeah, it all depends on what kind of surface your on. When the trail is not packed down, I can get 85 out of my 600, but when I get her on the super packed or ice I can get 102 +/-. I would say it is possible.
Possible that he hit 115...But it would depend on his clutching and stuff. Not to mention it would take a LONG distance to reach such a speed. And we all know that the "Dream-o-meter" is very far off from your actual speed. As for the M-10, the M-10 only makes you lose your holeshot, other then that i believe it is actually lighter then a stock suspension.
i have a 2002 classic 700 all stock that i have gotten to 113....going across chesuncook lake...along with a 04 800 and f7....the f7 took it top end at like 118 but im not that far behind the 800....i believe that it is deffinatly possible....it was all hard pack snow and i also have 144 pick alone with everyone else
damn, i guess im spending $9/gal in race fuel and countless hours in race motor prep to hit 113 mph in 1000' on my 600 for nothing, i should just buy a newer trail sled and be able to hit that, or maybe just put a dream o meter on my race sled and then i can do 130mph
Just had mine on the lake this past weekend, I touched 90, that was it. There was a couple inches of snow on the lake though. Gonna go through the clutches/VES/check gearing this summer. It gets there real fast!
if he had 2000' of ice and spent a full day prepping the sled just for the run, like slamming the sled down, working on gearing and clutching, switch over to a 9811 speed track, a very light small driver, yeah he could do 115.
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