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Old 09-10-2019, 12:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anybody received their 2020 snowcheck 129 or 137” Indy and confirm if the FTS is a WE needle adjustable or the WE velocity? The RTS is a Velocity but there has been conflicting reports on the FTS and Polaris advertised the FTS as the WE needle adj. needle. I thought I read somewhere that the pre-production units had both Velocities in the rear suspension.
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Old 09-10-2019, 01:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Has anybody received their 2020 snowcheck 129 or 137 Indy and confirm if the FTS is a WE needle adjustable or the WE velocity? The RTS is a Velocity but there has been conflicting reports on the FTS and Polaris advertised the FTS as the WE needle adj. needle. I thought I read somewhere that the pre-production units had both Velocities in the rear suspension.

I have an Indy XCR 850 on order but haven't received it yet. The Polaris website shows the XC's to have only a Velocity Shock on the RTS and shows Velocity Shocks on all 4 corners of the XCR. If this isn't correct, it wouldn't be the first time their website was incorrect, or the second, or the third...LOL!
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From the 2020 parts list. Shows as HI-LO with 2 inch body.
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Polaris will have velocity shocks for assaults and other models this winter .
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The FTS is a 2" piggyback needle and the RTS is a HiLo Velocity on the 137XC. The XCR's have HiLo Velocity on all 4 corners.
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