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Eliminate “spine tinglers” with the industry’s only uncoupled, progressive-rate suspension. This Polaris-exclusive design provides a bottomless ride with incredible weight transfer and unmatched fun factor. The 136" rail provides superior off-trail capability compared to competitive crossovers and bridges the bumps for a more comfortable ride.
The new Pro-Steer™ Ski features a reshaped keel and shortened skag for reduced steering effort. Redesigned ribs atop the ski increase torsional stiffness for more precise steering, and bosses added atop the ribs provide traction to prevent slipping when a rider steps on the ski in deep snow.
World’s most advanced snowmobile chassis - light, rigid and perfectly balanced for precise handling even in the nastiest terrain. The progressive-rate suspension provides a bottomless ride that allows us to run an uncoupled rail with great weight transfer for a more comfortable and fun ride. The Cobra track allows for unprecedented flotation and traction.
The new one-piece handlebar features clean, durable construction. It enhances ergonomics with full-length grips that improve comfort and control, and the heater elements extend to the ends of the bar for greater hand comfort.
A new, redesigned throttle block and a separate kill switch perch that can be positioned independently for improved ergos and ability to tailor your controls.
This liquid-cooled Cleanfire® engine with semi-direct injection (SDI) delivers outstanding throttle response and instant acceleration. These powerful, efficient engines produce the impressive power-to-weight ratios that performance riders demand. Cleanfire engines start easily and reliably and they calibrate automatically as the temperature and elevation change. These engines deliver impressive fuel economy in real-world riding situations, which, for Polaris riders, means aggressive, up-tempo riding, not low-rev lab conditions.
Take the best seat in the house. A wider more comfortable seat that provides an ideal blend of cushion and support. The Switchback seat height also allows the rider to easily transition from seated to standing as the conditions dictate.
Prevents unauthorized driveaway of idling sled, and can be installed by dealer on sleds with Pro-Ride Gauge.
Unbeatable combination of PRO-RIDE steering and patented variable caster design eliminates bump steer. Lighter steering, sharper cornering. Developed in conjunction with the Polaris Racing program. Its performance and durability were proven in extensive on- and off-track testing, and the new IFS delivers significantly enhanced handling with flatter, more precise cornering and 20% reduced steering effort.
These HPG (High Performance Gas) shocks are used in the front and rear suspension for outstanding bump control and consistent, fade-free performance.
1.25” RipSaw track delivers awesome traction and control.
Integrated stud protection for up to 1.75” lug plus 3/8” stud.
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I ride with a group of 5 mostly in southern Colorado. My moment of terrain ...more
I ride with a group of 5 mostly in southern Colorado. My moment of terrain domination was earlier this year was a momnet when we came up against a steep slope littered with trees and very soft snow. There was no way to get to where we needed to go but to go straight up or go back the way we came and not reach our destination. The crew looks to me to break the trail. Im the only one riding a Polaris. There is two 2012 Proclimb 800s in the mix and a Summit XP 800. I knew it was going to be a challenge for me but decided to chance it. I took off up the off camber slope littered with trees and absoutly made a beautiful carve pattern on the steep side hill to make it over the top to the mouth of the destination. As a turned around to go back and tell the group we could make it. I found that they had tryed to follow and were all four littered across the hill stuck. :) I had to smile ....then go help them get out! I was the only one who made it so we had to turn around and go back but it wasnt because me and my Pro RMK were the weak link....that would be the furthest from the truth.
- Trey C. Laverne, OK