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Whats The Top Speed Of A 2007 Crf250r?

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Why don't you go try it out in front of a police officer so he can radar you? Then you'll know for sure.

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around 65-70 is my guess.. unless u are street legalizing it, it doesnt matter.. unless ur able to hold 70 mph around a track..

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^^^^ Yea He Will Radar Me And Then Hit Me With Tons Of Tickets. I See You Arent Smart At All.

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They had the top speed in dirt rider on an 09 i think, can't remember excactly but was about 70-75mph i think

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^^^^ Yea He Will Radar Me And Then Hit Me With Tons Of Tickets. I See You Arent Smart At All.

yes that was the joke......if you want to know exactly get a GPS along with you but around 70mph, case closed

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I hit 76 on friday of last week. My Cateye speedo has a top speed memory function on it so I was able to prove it to people back in the pit area. It had a little more throttle, Maybe would have hit 80-81 max?

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my rear sprocket is 1 tooth bigger mostly because i feel like i wasn't using the top half of 5th. but now i swear my bike doesnt go above 55. probably does it just doesn't feel like it. i bet it goes 70. and ya i think stock is 75

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There are a lot of threads on this subject; you may want to try the search option for more info.

However, it all depends on the gearing of the bike. It has enough power to go over 100 mph I would imagine, but the stock gearing will limit it to around 70 give or take.

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