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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 05-19-2016, 03:50 AM Thread Starter
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570 top speed vid

Hey guys, thought some of you would be interested in this top speed video I found. Couldn't remeber if I had posted it before, but here it is. Now conditions and rider weight have impact on the speed, but overall dam that's good for a value class 500 don't ya think?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=sT-XKbl8uBo
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They have defiantly come along way, 570 is certainly a performer especially for the $$$!

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no, the top speed of the Hawkeye is not more than enough. it's slow as F. but that doesn't stop it from getting places. It's also common knowledge that I plan on getting a 570 early next year assuming my bonus comes through (I refuse to finance toys). I just don't see a need to go faster than a 570 can. simple as that. 60+ is plenty fast on smooth surfaces in something that is designed to be driven on them, I have no desire to go that fast off road. You all can have you big bores. I have no need for them.

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no, the top speed of the Hawkeye is not more than enough. it's slow as F. but that doesn't stop it from getting places. It's also common knowledge that I plan on getting a 570 early next year assuming my bonus comes through (I refuse to finance toys). I just don't see a need to go faster than a 570 can. simple as that. 60+ is plenty fast on smooth surfaces in something that is designed to be driven on them, I have no desire to go that fast off road. You all can have you big bores. I have no need for them.
I've hit 57 mph with my 400, that's plenty fast for me. I'd love more torque next time though...


Ultimately if I want to go crazy fast, I'll buy a sled.
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the Hawkeye got up to 51 once, on paved road going down a hill on the stock tires lol. it was a long hill.

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Just think, the two 2006 Grizzly 700s the wife and I had could only muster 63MPH

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67mph > 107.8 km/h
That's pretty much enough for an off road vehicle that has almost zero stability on curves.

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I agree, I did 71 on my Bruteforce and it was scary on those junk stock tires.
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It's funny, 70 on a quad is considered fast, 70 on a sled is a kids or woman's sled lol.
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