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This is a discussion on Speed limiting within the Seats and Belts forums, part of the General Discussions category; Just bought 19’ Wolverine X2 R-Spec SE, and noticed if I plug seatbelt in before starting Machine it Limits Me to 25mph. And I have ...

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    Speed limiting

    Just bought 19’ Wolverine X2 R-Spec SE, and noticed if I plug seatbelt in before starting Machine it Limits Me to 25mph. And I have to stop un clip belt restart machine then re belt to get over 25mph. And no I don’t have Turtle mode on. 🙂 If you don’t put seatbelt on at all limits you to 10mph (simple I get that).

    Maybe this is something Yamaha did so you can’t simple leave plugged in behind your seat? Not that I’ve done this. Have thought about it though for yard use in future. Only have 10 miles on so far.

    Anything else anyone can add or question would be appreciated. Love the Machine so far though. I apologize if this is talked about else where I didn’t see.

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    Interesting as I have my seatbelt looped around the back of my seat plugged in full time and have never had the speed limited?
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    I have never had this problem, I always buckle up before I start my machine. Maybe your not warmed up enough to allow for faster speeds. By the time i back out of my garage and get situated my machine has ran long enough to warm up.
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