top speed also varies depending upon: air temp, relitive humidity, elevation, surface smoothness( ie friction) wind speed & direction, tire pressure, horsepower per pound, frontal area, etc.
Out of couriosity: '99 ranger, is this a polaris 6x6 ranger? 76mph? the one I drove did 45, did I read that right?
99 Ford Rnager 4x4 pick up...and the banshee was clocked at 76 mph according to the truck. This was on blacktop with holeshots on the back. The rider was about 160 in weight. The other things that were stated are not as important in these smaller speeds...if we were talking about miles per hour down to the tenth or so, then yes but basic speed...all that matters is passenger weight and tire pressure and surface...
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