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Well its less then 57. I expect around 52 to 55, we will know in a few weeks. It looks like it will be enough for backing it in on some fast trail riding. Its about 50 pounds heavier then the 2 seat Pioneer 700 and about 250 pounds heavier then the Teryx 800. Its a little faster then the Teryx and way faster then the Pioneer. It should be a fun ride with outstanding suspension.
 

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Well its less then 57. I expect around 52 to 55, we will know in a few weeks. It looks like it will be enough for backing it in on some fast trail riding. Its about 50 pounds heavier then the 2 seat Pioneer 700 and about 250 pounds heavier then the Teryx 800. Its a little faster then the Teryx and way faster then the Pioneer. It should be a fun ride with outstanding suspension.
I don't try to get too caught up in the horse power numbers. What I'm looking for is power to weight ratio and the power curve, where it makes it's power and for how long. This thing will be peppy and a lot of fun.
 

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250 lbs lighter than the Teryx. it's faster by a bit because of the engine/cvt tuning. drag racing utv's is useless information to me anyway
 

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Absolutely faster than Rhino, this is a completely different machine. Top speed I estimate will be 55-60 mph.
 

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The Wolverine is replacing my RZR 900 and should have enough HP to back it in on the corners. Yamaha may limit the top speed to 50 like the Viking but that should be easy to fix.
 
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