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well not quite. pulled away from buddys rzr4 & another buddys grizzley 700. the grizzley was topped out @ 65mph & the rzr4 was doing about 62 mph. I guestimate I was doing about 69mph & had another 800 rpm left, but not the power to get it there. fyi I have 30" tires.

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