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alright, please tell me if it is just me or everyone else on a older 96 polaris, it seems like i just cant stay on top of the powder and plane out. when i go to turn right, the left ski (when sitting upright) dives into the powder. the same when turning the other way. my uncles 01 mxz 600 doesnt do that, or my brothers 99 583 formula z they just plane out
 

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Welcome to the world of polaris, please prepare to dive ;) Thats the one thing i don't like about the older polaris's, they dive in the powder. The only thing you can do about that is take ALL the weight you can off the ski's and put heron her side when you turn. Nothing else that i've ever tried has worked. Hopefully that works for ya.
 

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LOL

You want to dive in powder? Go drive an RX-1 in anything deeper than 1 foot. That's welcome to the world of diving/snowplowing.

My 1994 Indy 440 was really bad for diving, cuz it was in the shovel chassis, but my sleds in the wedge or indy chassis never had issues like that.
 
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