i love polaris sleds, and really into the rare ones. i have a 1983 cc340, and a 1982 centurion 500. does any body have pictures of a 1990 xc 400???
I know. That is the point I was trying to make.Originally posted by white lightning
[br]JD - the sleds you listed were mid-season limited production sleds. Thats why they arent listed in POLARISMAN.COM
Well, they did.Originally posted by white lightning
[br]Also, I dont remember Polaris making '92XLTs, '94 XLT Extra. WL.
Yeah, information from Polarisman is very good on the whole, but you do need to take a close look at it. Many of the SP sleds have the wrong paint schemes on the site. Most of the SP's are shown with the normal season coloring, when the SP was usually VERY different. Also something between 1995 and 1996 doesn't jive. It seems highly suspect that they went from 7.25 inches of front travel in 1994 to 8 inches in 1995 only to go back to 7.25 inches again in 1996. Just playing around with some math, I determined that going from the 36.5 inch ski stance to the 41 inch ski stance would have increased the travel to about 8 inches without changing shocks. I am not sure if this is the case, Polaris screwed up, or the site is wrong.Originally posted by JD
[br]I have seen a few of them on the trails over the years. If I remember right, they look just like the Indy 400, but they have an "XC" decal in place of the "400." I wish I could find a picture.
Okay, I have to say something else. polarisman.com is an excellent reference, but it does not have ALL the Polaris models or ALL the information. The information there is only taken from the sales brochures, so no late-season releases will be shown. No '90 RXL, No '91 XC 400, No '92 XLT, No '94 XCR 600, No '94 XLT XTRA, etc. Get over it.