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what kind of top speeds ha you guys seen with the 380F i have never went over 60 on it
 

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I doubt you will be able to get more out of theat sled maybe 65 but thats about it. My friend has a z370 and that will do 60 and no more after 5 different trys.
 

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With that 380 F, your going to get maybe 55-60. I bought one of these (Ski-Doo 2001 380F Formula Deluxe) for an EX-GIRLFRIEND, and all she did was complain that it wouldn't go any faster than 55 or so. Your have to remember, this is a entry level, 40 horsepower fan-cooled machine. On a well groomed trail in some cold temps (the fans love the colder weather) 60 would be the absolute tops.
 

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Re: 75-80

airborn said:
u have to rmember the 370 is only a single carb and 10 cc's smaller. the 380 has two carbs
a 370 can not go 75-80, i'd have to agree with everyone else, 55-60
 

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yea on a cold icy day i have gotten a 340 up to 65, and a 370 up to 75. that is in perfect conditions and i don't weigh much
 

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o, i never knew it could, my bad.
 

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Our 1999 Formula S 380F does 55-65 pretty regularly. At least that's about what the speedo on my Formula III reads when my 110 pound cousin is on the 380 maxed out beside me. The speedo on the 380 is kilometers, so I have never had it opened up while riding alone where I could guage the speed accurately. It's a fun little sled though, just burning around the farm yard I'd rather ride that than my heavy FIII. It's nimble, snappy, and will jump and land like a champ:D
 
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