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Well guys the rumors have been spreading around and it seems that Polaris is going to be getting or at least trying an A-arm suspension. It seems that Polaris is once again working with the folks at Fast, the makers of the M-10 supsension and the blade snowmobile line. It seems as though you may end up seeing the RAD suspension used on the Blade sled underneath the front end of the Polaris Pro-X machines this year on the snow-x track. Just thought i'd throw this one out there for you people who keep wondering about polaris and their supposedly "old technology". (even though the pro-x sits on an entirely new bulkhead/chassis this year).

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Thanks for your opinion on the topic Tim, remember we have a no tolerace rule for Brand bashing of any sort. Please keep this type of comment to yourself.

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Now, on with the topic. I can't see what kind of stuff polaris is gonna pull of this time but I think it is going to be good. Just by the sounds of it. I don't mind the IFS now, nor do I mind the idea of going to A-Arm technology. They both work great. I think it would be good, if Polaris does switch, to keep the IFS around too, maybe give the customers a choice of what they want, that would be cool.


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I also heard about a 700 twin 4 strock turbo, 150 hp.

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thats not a rumor its fact but its only in watercraft as of now. I would bet we see it in a sled soon. Even if we don't see it I am sure they will test it.
 

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A-arm suspesion works, its been tried, tested and proven in alot of motorsports.Its also been on other sleds for quite some time, and very successful.
 

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A-arm suspesion works, its been tried, tested and proven in alot of motorsports.Its also been on other sleds for quite some time, and very successful.


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On the same note, the Trailing arm suspension is the same, when it comes to snowmobiles.




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