On saturday on aprox 2 inches of pack over plowed ice on lake at aprox. 20 degrees F-my o5 800 Ho adrenenalin all stock with 144 -1.075 studds down the middle, 245 lb riderpa sledhead said:I was out for a ride yesterday and opened up the 800 for about a 1/4 mile all I got was 102- 103 is this normal for a stock 800 with 121 track? any feedback would be appreciated.
Did the 2001 Mach have Double T's on the Windshield??Synn said:Well I was out Radar Running yesterday !!! It was alittle warmer than I would have liked and in 2000 feet I ran 114.1 MPH....with my 2004 800ho Xps...
2004 800ho Xps 114.1 mph
2004 500 SS 98.2 mph
2004 600 ho 105.4 mph
2004 F7 112.4 mph
2003 800 Rev 107 mph
2005 800 ho X 108.3 mph 1.25 track Powertec
2005 Mach-Z John Edwards from NY state 124.4 mph Goodwinn Clutch
2005 Mach-Z Crazy Stan 122.2 mph
2005 Mach-Z Bobnoxious 120.mph
2005 Mach-Z Another Ny state Mach-guy 123.1 mph
2005 Mach-Z One more NY stater 122.2
2001 Mach old yellow kicked everyones "edit for bad language" 127.5 also an american rider and sled
old Mach did 130 last week-end with cooler temps
Heres the TRACK
That sounds strange to me, is there alot transmitter towers or something around, I have found them to be quite accurate, I've never seen any bizzarr 130+mph readings.bm800rev said:I'm going to say this again, do not rely on yur gps for top speed, use radar. My gps stated that I was going 132mph on my 03.5 rev 800. There are multiple occassions I know it is wrong. It once stated that I was doing 93 on a road and my speedo showed 112. They are not accurate enough to say "this is how fast I went". I now take gps max speed like a grain of salt. And no its not my gps, as a buddy I ride with also agrees on his being inaccurate. I have a Garmin Legend.