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    i have a lot of notes on all of Polaris models from 71-88

    from the 79-88 models i can tell u anything about them, the rpm, gear type, electrical, or anything you need

    i have few information on the 71-78 models but i still have some

    I have electrical diagrams on all of the 71-88 models

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    hey, that's great. What can you tell me about the 1986 Polaris Indy trail?
    really appreciate it.

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    what about the 86 polaris ss 440 ??

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    I have an original 1986 Polaris snowmobile brochure with msrp pricing listed. back when hand warmers was an option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdgbigfoot
    hey, that's great. What can you tell me about the 1986 Polaris Indy trail?
    really appreciate it.
    well i know pretty much every thing about the 86

    SuperStar Engine:
    EC50-PM-01 Oil Injected Twin Cylinder Fan Cooled - Model # 0860761

    Drive and Brake:
    drive clutch- rpm & torque sensing, 28 sheaves (14 each)
    driven clutch- torque sensing, 30 sheaves (15 each)
    drive clutch gaurd- full coverage aluminum, hinged
    drive belt- 30 12.0" C.D., part #3211042
    brakes- hydraulic disc, automotive brake fluid
    sprocket ratio- 19/35
    drive chain- 64 pitch 11 link wide internal tooth silent

    Track & Rear Suspension:
    track type- all-ruber involute with molded-on internal drive lugs & rubber traction bars
    width- 15"
    length- 120.96" pitch length, track length on ground-49"
    suspension type- extruded aluminum long-travel slide rail with shock absorbers
    sprockets- polyethylene involute drive
    rear idlers- plastic with ruber tire

    Steering, Ski & Front Suspension:
    front suspension- independent trailing arm
    skis- width-5.12"; length-40"; ski center distance-36.5"
    finish- alkyd baked enamel/black
    springs- coil spring over oil shock absorbers
    with ruber stable ski inserts

    Handlebars:
    handlebar pad- vinyl covered foam
    type grips- plastic, custom molded-electric warmers (standard)
    controls- throttle & brake

    Electrical:
    headlight- one adjustable 60 watt hi-lo beam (replaceable bulb)
    tail light- 2 2.7 watt lamps
    brake light- 1 13.3 watt lamp
    instrument lights- 3.4 watt lamps/one per instrument
    switches- ignition on console; headlight dimmer & auxiliary safty shut-off on handlebar
    electronic regulator circuit
    instruments- speedometer & tachometer
    reflectors- class A
    handelbar warmers- 15 watts per side

    Chassis:
    type- lightweight aluminum with ren-flex nosepan
    finish- alkyd backed enamel/black
    storage compartment- rear of seat
    gas tank- polyethylene-7 gallon capacity
    oil injected tank- polyethylene-2.5 quarts
    rear bumper- tubular steel; hitch as accessory
    front bumper- high-impact RIM nose cone
    running board- formed saftey walk
    tunnel- aluminum unpainted with decal stripe

    Hood:
    type- chopped fiberglass, resin impregnated
    finish- high gloss gel-coat
    type of hold-down- front center hinge with two rear rubber tie-downs
    hood trim- side decals with nameplates
    windshield type- formed polycarbonate with trim
    console type- stamped steel
    seat cushion- controlled compression foam with swen vinyl cover
    recoil handle location- right side of gas tank
    snow flap- full coverage rubber

    Dimensions & Weight:
    height les windshield- 31.5"
    length with skis- 106.25"
    width- 41.62"
    approximate dry weight- 420 pounds

    that is every thing i have for the 86 indy trail

    Quote Originally Posted by PolarisSS
    what about the 86 polaris ss 440 ??
    SuperStar Engine:
    EC44-2PM-3100-432cc Oil Injected Twin Cylinder Fan Cooled - Model # 0861349

    Drive and Brake:
    drive system- direct dirve-automatic V-belt transmission
    drive clutch- rpm & torque sensing, 28 sheaves (14 each)
    driven clutch- torque sensing, 30 sheaves (15 each)
    drive clutch gaurd- full coverage steel
    drive belt- 30 11.5" C.D., part #3211046
    brakes- mechanical disc

    Track & Rear Suspension:
    track type- all-rubber involute with molded-on internal drive lugs & rubber traction bars
    width- 15"
    length- 120" pitch length, track length on ground-45.25"
    suspension type- extruded aluminum long-travel slide rail with shock absorbers
    sprockets- polyethylene involute drive
    rear idlers- plastic with ruber tire

    Steering, Ski & Front Suspension:
    skis- width-5.12"; length-40"; ski center distance-31"
    finish- alkyd baked enamel/black semi-flat
    springs- monoleaf with rubber stable ski insert & rubber spring stop

    Handlebars:
    handlebar pad- molded rubber
    type grips- plastic, custom molded
    controls- throttle & brake

    Electrical:
    headlight- one adjustable 60 watt hi-lo beam (replaceable bulb)
    tail light- 2 2.7 watt lamps
    brake light- 1 13.3 watt lamp
    instrument lights- 3.4 watt lamps/one per instrument
    switches- ignition on console; headlight dimmer & auxiliary safty shut-off on handlebar
    electronic regulator circuit
    instruments- speedometer & tachometer
    reflectors- class A

    Chassis:
    type- steel front, aluminum rear, riveted
    finish- alkyd backed enamel/black semi-flat (nose pan)
    storage compartment- rear of seat
    gas tank- polyethylene-7.5 gallon capacity
    oil injected tank- polyethylene-2.5 quarts
    rear bumper- tubular steel; hitch as accessory
    front bumper- one-piece steel wraparound
    running board- formed saftey walk
    tunnel- aluminum unpainted with decal stripe

    Hood:
    type & finish- high glos ABS
    type of hold-down- front center hinge with two rear rubber tie-downs
    hood trim- side decals with nameplates
    windshield type- formed polycarbonate with trim
    seat cushion- controlled compression foam with swen vinyl cover
    recoil handle location- right side of gas tank
    snow flap- full coverage rubber

    Dimensions & Weight:
    height les windshield- 33"
    length with skis- 102"
    width- 40"
    approximate dry weight- 388 pounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by polarisorbust
    I have an original 1986 Polaris snowmobile brochure with msrp pricing listed. back when hand warmers was an option.
    thats cool actually some of the 86 models came with hand warmers stock

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    Hey, thanks info master![BowDown]

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    1982 polaris cutlass ss 440??

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    holy shit...can you tell me about my 1978 polaris 440 cobra thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Projekt_CutlassSS
    1982 polaris cutlass ss 440??
    SuperStar Engine:
    EC44-2PM-3100-432cc Oil Injected Twin Cylinder Fan Cooled - Model # 0821349

    Drive and Brake:
    drive system- direct drive-automatic V-belt transmission
    drive clutch- rpm & torque sensing, 28 sheaves (14 each)
    driven clutch- torque sensing, 30 sheaves (15 each)
    drive clutch guard- full coverage steel
    drive belt- 30 11.5" C.D., part #3211046
    brakes- mechanical disc

    Track & Rear Suspension:
    track type- all-rubber involute with molded-on internal drive lugs & rubber traction bars
    width- 15"
    length- 110" pitch length, track length on ground-44.25"
    suspension type- extruded aluminum long-travel slide rail with shock absorbers
    sprockets- polyethylene involute drive
    rear idlers- plastic with rubber tire

    Steering, Ski & Front Suspension:
    skis- width-5.12"; length-40"; ski center distance-31"
    finish- alkyd baked enamel/midnight blue
    springs- monoleaf with rubber stable ski insert & rubber spring stop

    Handlebars:
    handlebar pad- molded rubber
    type grips- plastic, custom molded
    controls- throttle & brake

    Electrical:
    headlight- one adjustable 60 watt hi-lo beam (replaceable bulb)
    tail light- 2 2.7 watt lamps
    brake light- 1 13.3 watt lamp
    instrument lights- 3.4 watt lamps/one per instrument
    switches- ignition on console; headlight dimmer & auxiliary safety shut-off on handlebar
    electronic regulator circuit
    instruments- speedometer & tachometer
    reflectors- class A

    Chassis:
    type- steel front, aluminum rear, riveted
    finish- alkyd backed enamel/midnight blue
    storage compartment- under-hood storage bag with zipper
    gas tank- polyethylene-5.4 gallon capacity
    gas gauge- console mount sight tube
    rear bumper- tubular steel; hitch as accessory
    front bumper- one-piece steel wraparound
    running board- formed safety walk
    tunnel- aluminum, unpainted with decal stripe

    Hood:
    type & finish- high gloss ABS
    type of hold down- front center hinge with two rear rubber tie-downs
    hood trim- side and deck decals
    windshield type- formed polycarbonate with trim
    seat cushion- controlled compression foam with vinyl cover
    recoil handle location- right side of gas tank
    snow flap- full coverage rubber

    Dimensions & Weight:
    height les windshield- 33"
    length with skis- 102"
    width- 40"
    approximate dry weight- 380 pounds


    Quote Originally Posted by old_sleds_are_the_best
    holy shit...can you tell me about my 1978 polaris 440 cobra thanks
    not much info but this is all i have

    Track Type- Rubber with Steel Cleats and Molded Rubber Ice Growsers
    Track Bearing Area- 1.094 lbs./sq. in.
    Track Length on Ground- 48.75"
    Track width- 15"
    Overall Length with Skis- 104"
    Height with Windshield- 42.625"
    Height less Windshield- 31.5"
    Approximate Dry Weight- 396/406.5 pounds
    Suspension- Stamped Steel Slide Rail
    Transmission- Torque-Balance Drive System
    Brake- Hydraulic Disc
    Fuel Capacity- 5.2 gallons
    Engine Options- Polaris Star 333cc/2 cylinder
    Polaris Star 432cc/2 cylinder

    sorry for the little information

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