Remember Polaris stands for Pull Off Lake And Repair In Summer. Remember it's Just a joke, I don't want anybody trying to run me off the trail with there Polaris. (Because they might get hurt trying to catch my cat)(ACEXLT)
I was just joking around as I stated above, I was going to buy one but I don't like the Polaris suspension, when you slow down they like to shake, and I find cats are a bit quicker (mostly because of the clutching), what do you 600 XLT drivers get in a quarter mile.
Oh erick, I was thinking what you say when you saw that, and I wasn't saying if you have an XLT you can't keep up with the rest, I was saying you cant keep up with cat's.
(Just Joking, there not a bad sled, just Polaris hasn't changed there front suspension since when, the early 80's)
erick, have you had any experience with the 1998 Polaris Indy Classic 500, 2-up. My dad just bought one last year, it only has 2200 miles on it, and I was wondering if it was because it was always in the shop, or the guy never used it. We had to bring it in at the end of the year for a lot of clutch work.
Would 72 studs be good for that sled (500 Indy Classic), he doesn't want any studs on the outside. There is only about 85, to 90 HP, and we have the old studs off my cat (I am in the process of puting new ones on), the old tuds are .875 inches long, an 1/4, or 7mm in diameter. (He doesn't take off fast, and he just wants them to help keep him straight on ice)
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