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X3 F25 (2011 - current)
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Old 11-08-2010, 04:22 PM
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How fast have you gone?

I have to say, noticing they changed the max speed from 150 to 130 is A OK with me. I can't imagine driving 130 mph and what the look on the officer's face might be. he might actually pull out his gun. lol

The fastest I think I've gone is 104...and that's plain wrong. lol What's the fastest you have gone?
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Old 11-08-2010, 05:23 PM
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I've never driven an F25 X3, so I have to answer 0.

Off topic, i've gone around 550 or so, I believe. In Boeing and Airbus.
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Old 11-08-2010, 05:36 PM
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Old 11-08-2010, 06:12 PM
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I think the max speed (150 or 130) is dependent on the rating of the OEM tires supplied. In other models, the ZSP option package includes tires rated for a higher speed and a higher setting on the speed limiter.
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I think the max speed (150 or 130) is dependent on the rating of the OEM tires supplied. In other models, the ZSP option package includes tires rated for a higher speed and a higher setting on the speed limiter.
+1. The speed limiter is tire-speed rating dependent.

In Germany, I've done in excess of 200km/h legally. In the US, I've done high speeds on roads that permit it, but for liability reasons, I'm not going to post that exact number. Suffice it to say, it was quite schnell. Lots of room to go fast in VA and NC, but I can't risk my driver's licence that often.



There is far more joy when I whip around country roads at speed though Now that's what I care about, slinging around hairpin bends and squealing the tires.

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Old 11-09-2010, 03:23 AM
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Old 11-09-2010, 06:14 AM
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Wow...you guys are brave. It's not just being afraid to get caught but I would be a bit nervous if it involved turns. I remember learning in drivers ed when I was in high school that the roads are designed to accommodate I think 30 over (with respect to turns etc).

Anyway I was just curious.

Thanks for the info on the tires. In the US with the RFs it will be 130. All adds say electronically limited.

And Az, I certainly understand. VA doesn't allow radar detectors. Anyone would have to be nuts to go that fast without radar detectors. Even with it, you would have no time to slow down...lol I just keep laughing at what the officer's face would be. How would he catch up? First he would be stationed sideways. Then he would read the radar "130" then he would say "Oh Shix". Then he would turn his ignition on and start trying to catch up to you. His car probably goes 0-130 in 20 seconds...lol By the time he is going 130 you'd be far. I guess he'd hope the siren and flashing lights might convince you to slow down...lol...If not that then the helicopter...lol

Oh and for liability purposes, none of us can be held liable because this is just an imagination fantasy thread. Nobody has ever done these thing officers

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And Az, I certainly understand. VA doesn't allow radar detectors. Anyone would have to be nuts to go that fast without radar detectors. Even with it, you would have no time to slow down...lol I just keep laughing at what the officer's face would be. How would he catch up? First he would be stationed sideways. Then he would read the radar "130" then he would say "Oh Shix". Then he would turn his ignition on and start trying to catch up to you. His car probably goes 0-130 in 20 seconds...lol By the time he is going 130 you'd be far. I guess he'd hope the siren and flashing lights might convince you to slow down...lol...If not that then the helicopter...lol
Clearly you haven't driven in Virginia often enough. But that's okay, because my friends from MD are often bewildered when they get speeding tickets. In fact, one time it happened in my X3 when my friend was driving (it was a multi-hour trip, we switched drivers) and passed a patrol car driving the other way. Received a ticket for 61 in a 45 zone, although we were just exiting the town and he resumed rural speed too quickly before the 60mph sign. We had been doing over 100mph prior to that, but that was back in the day before I knew the difference between a divided versus limited-access highway. I no longer permit anything over 110km/h (68mph) unless it's up to interstate specs for safety reasons (traffic turns directly onto the highway, no ramps or merge lanes; US 15 from Frederick to the PA state line is an example).

Off the interstate, most, if not all county police and sheriffs have moving radar installed in the vehicle. They simply have to be driving in the other direction, get your speed, and hook a U-turn which is easy as most highways in VA are divided highways, not limited-access.

Of course, stationary radar is preferred on a limited-access highway, but otherwise it's much more convenient for an officer to simply drive up and down a certain road, and measure traffic speeds without being stationary. VA is a low-tax state so towns and counties need that revenue. The low fatality rate is a side benefit. No ticket quota exists.

I use a radar detector (V1) and so do many seasoned drivers. The benefits and relatively low cost of a detector ticket outweigh the cost of a speeding ticket. In 3 years, I've gotten one detector ticket, versus countless times where it's saved me.

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Old 11-09-2010, 07:39 AM
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I only drive the speed limit or whatever speed is safe for the conditions at the time. In CA speeds in excess of 100 mph can get you arrested and charged with reckless driving, unless of course you are a movie, sports, or rock Star.

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Old 11-09-2010, 08:02 AM
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Old 11-09-2010, 08:25 AM
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Clearly you haven't driven in Virginia often enough. But that's okay, because my friends from MD are often bewildered when they get speeding tickets. In fact, one time it happened in my X3 when my friend was driving (it was a multi-hour trip, we switched drivers) and passed a patrol car driving the other way. Received a ticket for 61 in a 45 zone, although we were just exiting the town and he resumed rural speed too quickly before the 60mph sign. We had been doing over 100mph prior to that, but that was back in the day before I knew the difference between a divided versus limited-access highway. I no longer permit anything over 110km/h (68mph) unless it's up to interstate specs for safety reasons (traffic turns directly onto the highway, no ramps or merge lanes; US 15 from Frederick to the PA state line is an example).

Off the interstate, most, if not all county police and sheriffs have moving radar installed in the vehicle. They simply have to be driving in the other direction, get your speed, and hook a U-turn which is easy as most highways in VA are divided highways, not limited-access.

Of course, stationary radar is preferred on a limited-access highway, but otherwise it's much more convenient for an officer to simply drive up and down a certain road, and measure traffic speeds without being stationary. VA is a low-tax state so towns and counties need that revenue. The low fatality rate is a side benefit. No ticket quota exists.

I use a radar detector (V1) and so do many seasoned drivers. The benefits and relatively low cost of a detector ticket outweigh the cost of a speeding ticket. In 3 years, I've gotten one detector ticket, versus countless times where it's saved me.
I have the V1 too...lol After I got a ticket in Delaware I decided to invest. lol my friend convinced me to get that one since it could be upgraded in the future. It's a nice one.

I thought we were not allowed to use radar in DC and VA. That's what I was referring to. Of course all cops have radar.

I am not advocating reckless driving. I just wanted to answer my curiosity given the "limit" imposed on the X3. Frankly, I wouldn't mind if they set it at 100. The new Heads up display should help since it has the speed right in front of you for no excuses. lol
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Old 11-09-2010, 08:33 AM
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I have reach 180 km/h with my X3 multiple times.
Funny. When I had my Toyota Corolla, my friend and I were taking turns driving as we went to Montreal. I was relaxing and talking and all of a sudden I felt like we were going too fast. I was like "What are you doing?" He said "They don't play around here. This is the real deal...like the Autobahn. It's not all corny and slow like the US."

I was like "what?". He said "look". I looked at the sign and I said "Oh...that is km/h...slow down". lol They don't put the km/h next to the number. lol It was something like 90km/hr or 95km/hr. I still like to tease him about that.

...the Autobahn...lol If a Canadian cop had caught us...lol
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Funny. When I had my Toyota Corolla, my friend and I were taking turns driving as we went to Montreal. I was relaxing and talking and all of a sudden I felt like we were going too fast. I was like "What are you doing?" He said "They don't play around here. This is the real deal...like the Autobahn. It's not all corny and slow like the US."

I was like "what?". He said "look". I looked at the sign and I said "Oh...that is km/h...slow down". lol They don't put the km/h next to the number. lol It was something like 90km/hr or 95km/hr. I still like to tease him about that.

...the Autobahn...lol If a Canadian cop had caught us...lol
LOL, Québekers have a very agressif driving, and most of them drives pretty fast on the highway, 120-130 km/h is very normal on Québec highways

And I like to mention i'm french Canadian, not Québecois, lol, so i'm not part of them
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LOL, Québekers have a very agressif driving, and most of them drives pretty fast on the highway, 120-130 km/h is very normal on Québec highways

And I like to mention i'm french Canadian, not Québecois, lol, so i'm not part of them
Québéc is very cool and I really like Montréal, even driven up there once and been there at least 3 times. I just don't like the attitude that comes with the French language. On the plus side, it's a lovely place with decent food, decent main roads, and uses proper spelling and units.

My dad got pulled over and a stern verbal warning from an officer on the way up to Mont Tremblant for doing 128km/h in a 90km/h zone. The X3 has a penchant for being pulled over, no matter who's driving
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Old 11-09-2010, 06:14 PM
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Québéc is very cool and I really like Montréal, even driven up there once and been there at least 3 times. I just don't like the attitude that comes with the French language. On the plus side, it's a lovely place with decent food, decent main roads, and uses proper spelling and units.

My dad got pulled over and a stern verbal warning from an officer on the way up to Mont Tremblant for doing 128km/h in a 90km/h zone. The X3 has a penchant for being pulled over, no matter who's driving
Speaking of being pulled over, you reminded me of one of the greatest times of relief. I was driving and day dreaming and all of a sudden I noticed the flashing lights of the police car behind me ...even a brief siren. I looked down at the speedometer and it was in the 80s and I was like F...He was so close that I didn't feel like I could break without an accident. Sadly I started to slow down and pulled off to the right side of the road and HE WENT PAST ME. It was the most awesome feeling. He was trying to catch a real bad guy I guess. He was on my case because he wanted me to move. I was so relived and excited. AWESOME!
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Driving in NC and SC is fun. Although I-85 in SC is moderately hilly and speed-enforced, I took I-77 down from CLT to Columbia. Goes in my book as a segment that's safe to treat as derestricted between mile marker 77 and 24. Road conditions and sightlines are excellent, traffic moves fast in both lanes so there isn't a danger of slow-moving traffic.

Although no speed record, I set cruise control at some of the highest cruising speeds ever in the 325i.
  • Official Limit: 70mph [45 minimum]
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Could have gone faster, no doubt, but that felt superfluous and ultimately unsustainable.

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Uh, just in case there are any law enforcement folks out there, let's just say I've gone pretty fast.

There are some very long flat floating bridges nearby here (like 2 miles long) where you can get up to speed with a reasonable assurance there isn't a cop anywhere nearby -- there's no place for them to pull over and hide from you. Just to be on the safe side, it's best to wait until like 5 AM in the morning. Suffice to say that I've told my 650i with sport package to go, uh, mach schnell, and it does!
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Uh, just in case there are any law enforcement folks out there, let's just say I've gone pretty fast.

There are some very long flat floating bridges nearby here (like 2 miles long) where you can get up to speed with a reasonable assurance there isn't a cop anywhere nearby -- there's no place for them to pull over and hide from you. Just to be on the safe side, it's best to wait until like 5 AM in the morning. Suffice to say that I've told my 650i with sport package to go, uh, mach schnell, and it does!
Pretty cool although I'm not sure what a floating bridge is and it sounds dangerous to be going fast on any kind of bridge. lol How can you be sure there isn't a cop coming from the other direction (their radars still work).

Stay safe. I'm not encouraging danger. I would like to try top speed once. I wonder how fast they allow you to go at the performance center in SC. It would probably be safer to do it on a racetrack.
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Pretty cool although I'm not sure what a floating bridge is
Here's a pic and some information:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lacey_V...emorial_Bridge

They really do float on the lake.

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How can you be sure there isn't a cop coming from the other direction (their radars still work).
The lanes in each direction are nicely divided. Even if a police officer did catch you oncoming with a radar detector, he'd have to go about a mile before he could turn around and follow you, by which time you'd be long, long gone.

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In my X3 I have topped it out several times. Around 135 give or take.

I have topped out every vehicle I have ever owned.

In some cases blown the engine.

On a motorcycle 160 mph

In a car 290 kph on the Autobahn

Hypothetically speaking of course---hehe

However, my younger brother is considered the crazy one as he has hit close to 300 mph in a hi altitude free fall.

I draw the line at 200 mph haha

This is exactly why I am waiting to see how this X3 performs. If its as good as the specs say I should be happy a bit longer. If not it's onto the S4 and a chip upgrade.
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I can't imagine a single place in MD that I'd want to speed that quickly on. There's either too much traffic or unsuitable road engineering/conditions. I-70 past Hagerstown and I-68 are my favourite stretches of highway in the state, but even there I'd cap it at 130km/h only on the downhills.
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I can't imagine a single place in MD that I'd want to speed that quickly on. There's either too much traffic or unsuitable road engineering/conditions. I-70 past Hagerstown and I-68 are my favourite stretches of highway in the state, but even there I'd cap it at 130km/h only on the downhills.


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