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No... but a high compression piston, hardfaced rockers, heavy duty valve springs are needed.
 

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Get the stage one cam, If your on a budget. Anything more and youll be digging into your wallet to support it. I know. lol
 

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I know what you mean Buddy...lol have you ran your quad agianst a speedometer or GPS yet?

Get the stage one cam, If your on a budget. Anything more and youll be digging into your wallet to support it. I know. lol
 

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No. I keep waiting for it to warm up here but its been in the 20's and 30's the past few weeks. I have the x for over a year now and I have seriously ridden it about 10 times. Its usually the quad I let my friends or dad ride when we go riding. I just loved riding my 2 stroke blaster. Now the 300 is gonna be the freinds quad and I'll start riding my x alot.

The only thing that would go in the snow we got was my 3 wheeler. Both my quads just spun the rear tires, but the 3 wheeler was awesome in it.
 

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When we checked it with the speedo in my buddy's Expedition it was dead on the money, it's a satelite tracking system we used them when we ran par test on the sport fishing yachts where I used to work, they were very accurate.
 

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I have an acceleration measure tool for use in a car. Just plug it into the cigarette lighter. To bad my quad dosent have a cig lighter I could use that. lol
 

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GPS is the most accurate way to track speed.
 

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Strap on a battery and a lighter socket and go for it... lol I'm curious to know what you'd be running you have the larger cam and better fuel delivery system.


I have an acceleration measure tool for use in a car. Just plug it into the cigarette lighter. To bad my quad dosent have a cig lighter I could use that. lol
 

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If you go to a stage 2 cam you will need to change your rockers and springs. With a stage one you will not, you can retain your stock parts, thus saving you quite a few bucks.

ok so i shud get the stage one instead stage 2
 
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