Can You Feel The Rush
When I bought this sled I thouhgt to myself, ahh, no more aching bones and muscles the next morning after a long ride. Well, I have to say after a few adjustments with the clicker shocks and adding a riser, that is exactly what I got. With the lack of snow this year the trails have been less than ideal so they have been significantly more bumpy than normal, but the Rush handled them like a real pro. There is one drawback that I think is easily fixed. With the forward sitting position on the sled, your knees (especially if you're taller) tend to bang and bash on the front panels. I think that if they add some padding to the knee area that would help quite a bit. I can say that this sled rips around corners like it is on rails. I was truly impressed with its cornering ability. I can say that if you are over 6 foot, I highly recommend that having the 5" riser added will take a lot of the shock out of your shoulders especially when boondocking. Overall, I love this sled and would not even think about getting anything else. Polaris really took snowmobiling to a whole new level. Thanks Polaris.