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    Speed limiter

    Please someone tell me They are gonna get rid of that god awful 40mph speed limiter. I do a lot of riding in open fields with friends and I just can't keep up with their 4wheelers and other sxs.

    Seriously. If something don't come out. I'm gonna trade it back in on something else lol

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    Re: Speed limiter

    This is what worries me about buying a P500. 95% of my riding is on public trails that often utilize old railroad grades which are long, flat, and straight. Keeping a pace of 40-50 m.p.h. is not uncommon, and I'm not sure if the P500 would be to terribly slow? If you ask me, the Pioneer 700 and 500 should swap drive trains. The 700's 3-speed auto was originally developed for a sport/utility market in the Rincon. The P500's driveline was sourced from the Foreman ATV line, which has historically been Honda's low end grunt workhorse for years. In my opinion...the 500/5-speed manual belongs in the 700's chassis...the 700/3-speed auto belongs in the 500's chassis.

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    Re: Speed limiter

    I mean it's torquey as hell. But you can tell it wants to go faster than 42. You can feel it wanting to go faster. But the computer stops it

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    Re: Speed limiter

    Yeah...That's going to be a problem for my type of riding. Do you have bigger tires?

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    Re: Speed limiter

    Nope I still have The stock 24s.. I want to put a set of 27s on it.

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    Re: Speed limiter

    So in your opinion it's got plenty of torque to run 27's?

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    Re: Speed limiter

    Oh yeah.

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    Re: Speed limiter

    I should be getting mine (p500) any day now. I'll see if I can figure out what signal the computer looks at. Might be a way to "lie" to it. I'll be mainly in the mountains with it so it's not too much of an issue for me I don't think.

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