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I've had my XCT up to 110 mph and still had throttle left and the rpms were not too close to the redline. Perhaps it could reach 130 mph... or perhaps not. I will never know first hand :)
 
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I've had my XCT up to 110 mph and still had throttle left and the rpms were not too close to the redline. Perhaps it could reach 130 mph... or perhaps not. I will never know first hand :)
Go for it. You'll have to be in Florida with the straight roads. :)
 

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I've had my XCT up to 110 mph and still had throttle left and the rpms were not too close to the redline. Perhaps it could reach 130 mph... or perhaps not. I will never know first hand :)
The XC will do 120 mph, I have had mine to that speed a number of times. The 92 ci freedom motors would do 110 mph.
 
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The XC will do 120 mph, I have had mine to that speed a number of times. The 92 ci freedom motors would do 110 mph.
I assume that is with stock limiter.
Rev limit is low stock for 6th gear.
 

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I assume that is with stock limiter.
Rev limit is low stock for 6th gear.
Yes, I have a friend that raised his limiter and he could do 132 mph, stage one and cams. It was on a XR.
 
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Rev limit is what limits speed.
I raised it just because I can but not intending to test it. :)
 

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As part of my dynotunes, the rev limiter was bumped up 500 rpm.
 
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