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Old 07-10-2018, 11:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 07-11-2018, 02:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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my guess is they are waiting to post numbers until they know exactly the package they are going to release. A few changes to the ECU could mean +/- ponies. Plus someone was saying earlier today that they still haven't been cleared by the EPA.
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Damn EPA....
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Polaris will never post a number. To much variation in dynos,methods,condition etc. they are not gonna say it's 168 and hav somebody else make a pull and have it not match up.
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Polaris will never post a number. To much variation in dynos,methods,condition etc. they are not gonna say it's 168 and hav somebody else make a pull and have it not match up.
I'll be good what ever it is. I rode them and they pull strong so the actual number don't matter to me. I would just like to see the power curve for clutching purposed.
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Polaris will never post a number. To much variation in dynos,methods,condition etc. they are not gonna say it's 168 and hav somebody else make a pull and have it not match up.
I'll be good what ever it is. I rode them and they pull strong so the actual number don't matter to me. I would just like to see the power curve for clutching purposed.
Yup I'm In the same boat. Don't really care it's just a number. It's gonna haul ass regardless. Different story if you running the big 4 stroke motors.
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Don’t really care either. Just kinda bored and I think I have watched ever sled video on YouTube lol.
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Old 07-12-2018, 08:43 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Yep, 9% more than the h.o. 800.
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Hopefully they fake news 100HP or something like it.

Will create fun drama. Ha.
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my guess is they are waiting to post numbers until they know exactly the package they are going to release. A few changes to the ECU could mean +/- ponies. Plus someone was saying earlier today that they still haven't been cleared by the EPA.
No one will ever achieve more HP going from a pre production curve to an EPA curve on the same motor setup.
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