well it didn't......twice infact.If the Mach Z can start at a 30mph roll on to help even out the traction, it should easily beat the F7[/b]
You obviously haven't got a clue.Originally posted by The Outdoor Shop@Jan 13 2003, 08:36 PM
The mach z in certain conditions only has top end speed only...on an f 7
Were talking grass here pal.Originally posted by rev them up@Mar 24 2004, 07:20 AM
That must be a poor running f7 if it is only hitting 90-95 in 1000ft!!!My f7 carb hit's 92-94 in 660ft and hit's 102-104 in 1000ft....1800ft i hit 110 on the gun.If ur speedo is showing 100 on the mach z take of 10 mph and u will be in the ball park.
And why would it not hit 100 on grass???Get a grip on life....the mach was fast in it's day...same as the f7 will be over shodow by something in a couple of year's..but right now there is nothing beating them in 1000ft...the day my sled went 110 on the gun i was the second fastest there..the only thing faster was a 03 xcr 800 and he went 111 and he had alot more work done then me!!!If u can get the f7 to come out of the hole hooking hard..hardley anything is going to catch u..sure your sled might be faster after 2000ft but how often do u run that long???and u will have to do alot of cathing up to be ahead after 2000ft.If u think your sled is so fast go to a local rader run and see how fast u can go and stop through number's around some other sled ran...u might get a big surprise on how slow u are really going if u are going by your speedo!!!Oh ya the distance i went to get the 110 on the gun was about 1800ft and it showed 111 on the speedo!!!Originally posted by mtrsprt@Mar 25 2004, 12:18 AM
Were talking grass here pal.
Port-a-tree shooout results.
Your F7 wont hit 102 to 104 on grass. Unless you got a good 155-160hp.