I stil think a qsc/STM will be a good run if not out run the 1000 rzr
50 MPH equals 73.333 ft/secxp 1000 0-50 in 5.3 sec
maverick 0-50 in 5.9
.6 seconds is a big difference in distance traveled, no way around it. The Maverick will be slower.
I agree. However, we can always have a few racing tricks up our sleeve that we'll leave em scratching their heads.So based on the numbers below, a stock XP 1000 vs a QSC/STM clutched Maverick would be a very close race.
Well my buddy's heavy ass stock jagged x runs 80 to 81 so 85 with a lighter 1000 xp and more hp 85 mph sounds about rightJoey D from the UTVUNDERGROUD said he got one of the RZR XP1000's up to 85mph and let off but it still had some more in it.... I'm thinking the RZR hauls ass! May have to try one and for myself, then talk the father-in-law to buy one so I can borrow it LOL. Seriously though, they improved alot but I think the cockpit in the Mav is just more comfortable than the RZR, for what I do with it(trails/play). I will have to go sit in one and check it out next week when they show up. :smile:
HP really has nothing to do with the top speed. Top speed is determined by final drive ratio X RPM. HP is what makes the difference in how fast you get there and if you can hold the RPM's....So assuming the new XP 1000 has the same gears in the gear box and the clutches have the same ratio as the XP 900, the difference would be in the larger stock tires and possibly the RPM. Sorry, I don't know what RPM the XP 900 shifts out at......If you had all of the information, you should be able to calculate the top speed.Well my buddy's heavy ass stock jagged x runs 80 to 81 so 85 with a lighter 1000 xp and more hp 85 mph sounds about right
Alex, I've never seen an arctic cat there....but that doesn't mean much. The 1000R's are bright yellow and can't be missed. I am sure they'd have a cat or 2 there.I have to ask this.... Did they have any Wild Cats out there or did they just race them against the Maverick's that you're aware of?
It kind of does if you don't have the hp to pull the bigger tires or higher gearing you won't get to the top speed