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World’s most advanced snowmobile chassis – light, rigid and perfectly balanced for precise handling even in the nastiest terrain.
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 deep snow 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.
The Pro-Ride RMK Chassis is purpose-built for Deep Snow Domination. This isn't simply a RUSH Chassis and long tunnel. The RMK steering post angle and height are designed for stand-up deep snow riding.
Prevents unauthorized driveaway of idling sled, and can be installed by dealer on sleds with Pro-Ride Gauge.
RydeFX Shocks provide a great foundation for ride and handling when boondocking with the Pro-Ride chassis.
The standard in deep snow skis. Deep keel design offers great traction, wide design offers great flotation. Ski top dimples give great traction when you’re climbing around on them. No need to add aftermarket skis.
The term Crossover Technology applies here: part RUSH and part RMK. Trail-ready foot stirrups combine with wide running boards, ideal for sitting or stand-up riding. Fishbone tunnel reinforcements standard.
The 600 RMK 144 features the Polaris 15" x 144" x 2.0" Series 4 Track that delivers outstanding flotation and traction.
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We were riding up and down an field air strip in New York this year and the...more
We were riding up and down an field air strip in New York this year and then an airplane appeared. The airplane was either racing us or trying to land. When we saw the plane had ski's and landed, we did not stick around to find out. We had the faster vehicle!!
- Stephanie P. CANFIELD, OH