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The 686cc Rhino’s had 40 HP and a top speed of 40, the 686cc Viking has 46 and a top speed of 50, and now the 708cc Wolverine has 47 HP. I expect it has torque cams and loads of bottom torque.

The 750 Teryx had 46 HP, the 2012 and 2013 4 seat Teryx have 52 HP, and the 2014 and 2015 Teryx models have 57 HP.

The around 250 pound lighter Wolverine is slightly faster with 10 less HP so its still not a deal breaker. I just hope it has a top speed of 55 and you can count on 50 like the Viking. I may have to keep my 2011 RZR 900 with 88 HP for the rides with the fast guys.
 

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You know I was a little disappointed to see that at first but to be honest I don't know anywhere I could drive a S x S at 60mph. The roads at our hunting property are so rough you might be able to get to 50 or so but only if you nail it and then you'd have to shut it down right away. There are trails in TN that I guess you might be able to do it but not for any length of time. Maybe on the blacktop if you're rural but I'm not quite that far out of town. So realistically for me if it will do 50 or 55 and be able to get to there in a hurry I'm fine with that. Reliability and maneuverability are key for me.
 

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I agree with most of you guys. Everyone looks at horsepower as a number. Horsepower is on a curve and it is usually accompanied by torque and rpm. Until I see a graph of the true output, and several reviews from individuals and magazines I couldn't be bothered.
As far as speed goes, it's all about gearing.
 
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