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    new member with question

    I just traded in my Rhino for a new Wildcat Trail. It's a 2018 but new with 47 miles on. Ower's manual says shifting RPM is 7400 to 7600 but mind runs around 4700 to 5000RPM. Not sure just what shifting RPM is but can't get mind up that high RPM. Have gone on one ride so far and really like it.

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    If you put the accelerator pedal to the floor you should see 7200-7600 under acceleration . Cruising around it will be around 5000rpm.

    Your going to love your machine. Any questions just ask there's a lot of knowledge on here.
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    Not sure what the manual means by shifting rpm but like Sak said you should see 7000 + rpm if you floor it. Welcome to the forum, good bunch here and more than willing to help.
    2014 Wildcat Trail with a few bolt ons, 2009 Rhino 700 with a few bolt ons, 1987 Buick Grand National with a few bolt ons.

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    Thanks to both of you. Really love it so far.

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    We were just at HMT this past weekend. We did some road riding and was topping out around 7,100 rpm. I have 28" tires and a Dalton clutch kit. I didn't have the nuts to hold it to the floor to long.Name:  57240564_10215782358583681_7421892577718173696_n.jpg
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