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post #1 of 6 Old 08-28-2010, 03:43 PM Thread Starter
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Just made a GPS run and came up with 76.7mph. That surprised me a little. I knew it was fast but didn't expect that. Especially stock. It had a little more, I hadn't floated the valves yet, I just ran out of road. LOL
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Just made a GPS run and came up with 76.7mph. That surprised me a little. I knew it was fast but didn't expect that. Especially stock. It had a little more, I hadn't floated the valves yet, I just ran out of road. LOL
My 1992 Polaris Indy 500 once clocked 833 MPH across a frozen lake on my Garmin GPS. GPS is not always accurate. Having said that, it sounds like your speed isn't beyond the realm of possibility.
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76.7 is very realistic, even stock it will haul on top. 82.7 was the fastest I clocked mine stock, but that took alot of road. If you are ever worried about the accuracy of your GPS, just do a couple runs for comparison. It will not be consistently wrong.


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By what Ive seen the 700 Raptor is low to mid 70s and the XX is mid to high 70s.

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By what Ive seen the 700 Raptor is low to mid 70s and the XX is mid to high 70s.
Will the Raptor hit the rev limiter in 5th stock, or does it quit pulling? The 700XX just quits, even with 13T and big 3 I can't get it to hit it.


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Will the Raptor hit the rev limiter in 5th stock, or does it quit pulling? The 700XX just quits, even with 13T and big 3 I can't get it to hit it.
I'm pretty sure I read in a dirtwheels it just stops pulling.

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