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Yz 85

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Exactly how fast does a Yz 85 go with a new Pipe. I know its fast. But what is the mph. :naughty: It is a procircut pipe. :naughty:

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It goes at least 800 mph. What a stupid question, who cares how fast it goes just ride the thing.

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Pipes don't change the speed, they increase or move the power. The speed of your bike is about 65mph. It will have more pop. :naughty:

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it definately aint no 65 mph.. on the dirtrider 250f shoot out the yz250f was the fastest in top speed which was about 63 mph.. no yz85 will be faster than a 250f. mx bikes are meant for acceleration not top speed

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it definately aint no 65 mph.. on the dirtrider 250f shoot out the yz250f was the fastest in top speed which was about 63 mph.. no yz85 will be faster than a 250f. mx bikes are meant for acceleration not top speed

UMMMM. Well I just got my son a YZ85. Thats one fast bike. I've ridden it and its totally different the YZ 80 I rode in the 80's. Are you sure that thing cant hit 65 if it wanted to. Its got to at least hit 50 ?????

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it will hit 50 but i doubt its breaking the 60's i had 1 myself loved the bike fast as shit if the 250f hits 63 then come on 85...250f :naughty: lets be honest

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The only reason the YZ85 feels fast is because of the wheel base and the potent motor. The bigger bikes are able to lay the front end down and get the power down.

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When it comes down to it, it's the rider not the bike. Case in point, Elena Myers, 12 years old, local supermoto star. I have watched her beat guys on built 450s on a freakin rm65. No joke, No exageration.

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the yz250f in dirtrider did 69.something so lets jus round it to 70 i do believe an 85 will get moving about 60mph maybe 65 with different gearing... what does it matter you dont go that fast at the track anyway...

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51-53 mph with stock gearing, but it gets there real quick, and this is plenty fast enough for it's size

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Ummm,

You people do realize that you could change the gearing and ..........make it achieve much higher speeds? :naughty:

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Ummm,

You people do realize that you could change the gearing and ..........make it achieve much higher speeds? :naughty:

:D

bravo :naughty:

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It's not made for top speed. It's made for acceleration! My stock TT-R 125L has a faster top speed than the YZ 85! But there is a big difference in acceleration. The YZ 85 will smoke my TT-R 125L. I could make my 2000 Yamaha WR400F do 120 MPH with changing the sprocket and other mods but if you want to go that fast why not buy a Superbike! My WR is plenty fast for me! I can smoke a KX 125 like nothing or a Raptor! :naughty:

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MY friend had a CR80 and I was riding a ttr-125, I was half way down through a feild with the ttr going as fast as it could go, what do you know, he goes flying by me. Both bikes were stock, so I have to say a 85 is faster then a ttr 125.

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Maybe so I know my stock TT-R 125L go 60 MPH! I got a friend who has a KX 125 and he let gave me a couple of seconds before he took off and he couldn't catch me! I can smoke him with my WR 400F! :naughty:

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