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ohioxr400

Top speed of a 96 XR600?

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My old man has a 1996 XR600 that is stock except it has an XRs only muffler. What would u reckon the top speed would be? It seems to be geared pretty tall and here in Ohio we hardly ever get it out of second.

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My '94 XR600 has gotten up over 100 with stock gearing and a slight tail wind. It normally has a top end of about 90 to 95. Fast enough for me. The only mod I have done is the Thumper end piece and rejetted. Mine has a speedo as it is street legal. The speedo has been checked against the wifes Accord.

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Thanks, just wondering how fast it would go. My 416 will keep up with it till bout 60 then the old man is off and gone. U know what they say theres no replacement for displacment

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my 85 would get into the mid 90s without any trouble; a smaller pilot (i'm about 260) might get 100 MPH out of it. it had a K&N ait filter, ventilated air box, and a complete supertrapp exhaust. other than that it was stock, i think.

jeremiah

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My 95 with he 14/48 dyno out at 106 mph with me on it (210lbs)it got to 94 mph and with the 13/48 80mph. E Ticket ride.( All speeds came off a GPS ) :thumbsup:

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Yeah that sounds about right, a friend of mine has an '86 XR600 which he's taken to 97mph (indicated) and with stock gearing and no modifications to anything, the bike is completely stock.

My XR650R uncorked/jetted, and geared stock, will hit 102 as indicated on the aftermarket speedo. Don't know how much error there is.

LL.

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