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Can The 2021 HISUN 700 Reach 60 MPH?


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Is there a way to get the 2021 HISUN 700 to 60 mph on pavement?   Are there after market items that anyone has that will get this fun UTV so I can take it to town?    Thank you for any advice.  My top speed is 50 miles per and the road to town is 60.  

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3 hours ago, Joe Breaux said:

where are you that allows ORVs on public streets at 60mph?

Joe, I am privilidged to live in the great state of Montana.  My license plate costs a one time fee for life of $218 with the Off Road Sticker.   I actually can drive the road to town in my UTV at any speed but the speed limit is 60 Mph and everyone drives it at that or higher speed.  So I would like to be at the flow of traffic.  In Montana you can drive your UTV on any Montana road at any speed. If you drive at less than 25 MPH you have to have a Triangle Sign on the back.  You have to have lights, reflectors and at least one red light on the back of your UTV to drive at night.  Baughes

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On 2/5/2023 at 4:03 PM, lincolnsq175 said:

Jbs machines sheave kit will give you more top speed.

Rhino 700 kit will work.

Thank you!  Looks like I might be able to hit the 60 MPH I need to go with the flow of traffic.  

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