I have been reading some other forums and some people are running a 080 and others are running a 115. what is the diff? is there a diff. in performance? im not sure what is on mine right how all the writing on the belt is wore off but my spare is a 080.
My new Dragon comes with the #1115 belt, but you can use the #080 belt on the Dragon and Fusion 900. The #1115 belt is suppose to be more durable, and able to withstand more heat, but cost $165-$170! The #080 belt is around $70-$80.
Here is the difference. As you can see, (#1115 belt is on top of a #080) the cogs are deeper for better cooling.
I blew my stock belt on my 900 switchback at only 160 miles. The dealer gave me warranty and installed the tougher 321115 belt. They said it is a little stronger and it's re-designed to disapate heat better. They are recomending this belt for all there high horse sleds and for agressive riders. I am using a stock 3211080 belt for a spare. 
Sounds like a lot of guys are blowing belts on their fusions! I hear slp aftermarket motor mounts will solve the problem! Blowing a belt every 160 miles will not be cheap! never blew a belt on my cats just replace them every once in awhile to keep the performance good!!
My uncle just got his '05 50th anniversary. He runs an ultimax something (I can remember of hand) he has 200+ miles on it with out a problem. He is a big boy at 6'3 280lbs, so the sled has a heavy load to tow around. He rides it fairly hard and it hasn't let him down yet.
I believe that Polaris has been sending about 15-20 115 belts to Polaris dealers for free. We got a box full of them, and they retail for about 200. We've been selling them for about the same price as an 80.
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