about 115 REAL mph until it is broken in. Gotta be on level ground and the lower elevation, the better as well as cool or cold air and no headwind.
Depending on how well your particular engine runs after break-in, you may get it up to 120-125 REAL mph.
As posted many times, my SpeedStar IV kitted Warrior topped out after about a mile run at just over 140 indicated on the speedo, but verified on multiple runs with GPS as 136mph.
122 mph, GPS verified with stock air box and stock exhaust. Indicated 132 on the speedo. With a DIY air box, the Speedstar exhaust, and a PCIII it will go 124 mph GPS verified, 136-7'ish on the speedo. And that's as fast as a stock geared Warrior will go, cause that's when the rev limiter kicks in.
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