:shock: Update on this post. My wife did see 100mph for a short peroid of time on recent trip we made. :shock: I was shocked. Of course with that 10% error it was actully about 90mph. Still plenty fast. I know i had too push my 650 just to keep up. :shock:doug collins said:I don't realy think it hit 100mph even under perfect condtions.But it dose all i want and more.
I know from reading all your post. Why you call yourself 4D thinker. Keep it up. We enjoy it.4DThinker said:You'll never know the max speed of a 400 until your 400 is running down a smooth steep mountain road, throttle locked wide open, no one aboard, max pressure in the tires, drafting behind a 200mph-capable semi trailer, and someone from the same place that times drag races and high-speed salt flat runs is clocking it. Chop the screen down to sport bike height too.
Is there a rev limiter? If so, disable that too.
To find out YOUR max speed on a 400, then you'll have to be riding it under the same circumstances.
Ahhh! What's The Point? The point is having fun going faster on your scooter. Getting max performance out of you machine by being part of the equation, not just a "driver". Scooter drivers are called Pilots. Passengers are called Pillions. These are what us Scooteristi have been called for over 50 years.Jim B 01930 said:.
You can probably pick up a few mph if you tuck your head down behind the windshield and put your feet up on the passegers's floor board but what's the point?