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Whats the fastest youv'e been on a sled?

Postby RaveOn! » September 29th, 2003, 12:20 pm

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Postby The Borg » September 30th, 2003, 11:08 am

Hey 1 fastcougar...I'm not trying to take the plasma outta your warp core, but what body of water near Redfield is 11 miles long? The Salmon River Res. is roughly 6.5784939 miles from the bridge in Redfield, to the trail on Dam road, near the head of the Pulaski/Boyleston trail system...and besides, the borg went 231.475 mph there last trip, one of many over the last 30 years riding there..and I had to use the chute...I hate repacking that thing.:C

Seriously, Onieda lake is bigger, but way south..Delta is smaller, as is the Whetstone gulf res.on the northeast corner of Tug hill, and the little reservoir near Swancott mills isn't very big either. Hinckley reservoir over by Penn mtn..I don't think they let sleds on it..there's always some open water..and Stillwater res. is Northwest of Old Forge.
That's it for water...except for Lake Ontario.
Unless you spun for 5 miles first, before hookin up, then went the other 6.5...
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Postby F5 Firecat sno pro » September 30th, 2003, 3:24 pm

your full of crap, that speedo is wrecked, i know another tool who thinks his srv will go 100
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Postby Gobigorgohome » October 2nd, 2003, 1:34 pm

I don't believe a cougar 440 would do 75? The SRX 600 I had went about 110 on the speedo,(which aren't accurate), but it felt like it.
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Postby skidoo04 » October 3rd, 2003, 4:47 pm

110 in my 00 mxz700 on first lake in perfect conditions
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Postby canadian kid » October 4th, 2003, 4:11 pm

well the fastest ive ever been on a sled was a pidily 170 kph on a rev 600, but the best was when i was doin 55 mph on my 72 allouette venture 440
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Postby ac07 » October 4th, 2003, 11:06 pm

The best my nephew and I have had my 96 ZRT800 with a D&D big bore is 148.8 mph in 2000 ft. on glare ice. The sled is set up for the ice only, far from a trail sled.
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Postby Long time cat man » October 5th, 2003, 1:42 am

The fastest I've gone on my "01" ZRT 800 is 147.958- and that's in reverse with my wife on the back. You outta see the snow fly when I go forward, and kick the wife off!!!:R:D
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Postby joshc » October 15th, 2003, 2:28 pm

Ive been alittle over 95 on my z 440 on a icy road and about 100 on my uncles xcr 600 I hated that thing steering was to tight and I had alittle more throttle left.
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Postby sledwrench » October 15th, 2003, 3:29 pm

Fastest I've gone? Well it was a borrowed SRX700, hard packed road. I left a girls house, who was not my girlfriend at the time, and I was late in meeting the real one. I had to pee and I had a flannel shirt, jeans and a helmet. The road, 3 miles, straight as an arrow. No radar, no speedo, no gps. But I squeezed the grip as tight as I could for those three miles. Now someone tell [b]me[/b], whats the fastest I've been on a sled, because however fast it was, that felt like the fastest.
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