Yup, I think you said it all right there. Comes down to the ever-changing conditions -- snow, ice, wind, humidity, altitude, temps, driver weight, gas level, motor broken-in, motor worn out, and too many other little things to even begin mentioning! -- RoyOriginally posted by The Outdoor Shop@Feb 11 2003, 10:45 PM
My F7..which I have set up well....One day 110 plus next day 98mph...need to race to know..All in the snow, for sure
I have tried to get it to go faster on the slow days..nothing works..bad snow..
Have been riding more, was out on a 5 degree day got 109 out of it also noticed that trottle cable could be snugged up some. Thanks for all the input.Originally posted by jssled@Feb 6 2003, 10:33 PM
Was racing on river and couldn't get over 93mph. Has any one else experienced this?