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How about some info to back up how you answered the poll? What did you actually like or dislike?
 

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Well lets see...I think the 700 Dragon is by far the best sled that Polaris has put on the trail. The mid range power is perfect and it takes corners like its riding on rails.

Oh yea, there is one thing I don't like about my Polaris ...NOTHING !!
 

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Power feels good on mine(super strong mid-range pull). Excellent in the smooth or rough trail. My only dislike was how my hood fits on, but thats fine toothing the machine on that one. Best sled i owned up to date. IQ chassis stomps all!
 

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my 07 700 dragon is the best seld i have ever owned. Only thing i dislike is the hood fit and my graphics are pealing off. O yeah the gas mileage isnt anything to write home about, but it isnt driven to church by a grandma.
 

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I have a 2007 Dragon... I absolutly love it... My rev couldnt rail turns and handle the roughest of bumps like my IQ..

Probably the best handling sled ever built.

Went threw about 10-12 plugs the first week, but thats all cleared up now.

Super happy with my purchase!
 

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Let's get honest opinions from IQ owners only. Thanks for your answers![/b]
Mine just turned 1100 miles yesterday. Love the sled have had many pol sleds w/ zero problems the last was an 04 prox 600 had 8200 miles. Last march they had that 6200 deal couldnt pass up. Looked very closely at the revs which most people in my area have switched to but bought this and really like it. wish the mileage was better averaging about 11 have got 14 once. the rear rear shock is not that good will be repl w/ someting better in another 1000 miles changed to heavier rear springs that did help. really no complaints.
 

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Mine just turned 1100 miles yesterday. Love the sled have had many pol sleds w/ zero problems the last was an 04 prox 600 had 8200 miles. Last march they had that 6200 deal couldnt pass up. Looked very closely at the revs which most people in my area have switched to but bought this and really like it. wish the mileage was better averaging about 11 have got 14 once. the rear rear shock is not that good will be repl w/ someting better in another 1000 miles changed to heavier rear springs that did help. really no complaints.[/b]
Turn your front couplers so the fatest side faces the linkage, it'll let the skid couple up quicker taking the mush feel out of the PS-5 shock in the big bumps without loosing stutter comfort.
 

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I am very happy with the IQ, extremely good in the rough stuff- optional fox clickers, very stable, stays with my bud's F7 Sno-Pro, much to his amazement and happiness. :smiley-faces7: Gas mileage 12-13 mpg's, oil consumption rediculously low even after recall 14 0z for 160 miles and 12.7 gals fuel. What I like least about the IQ is cold weather wind protection from my chest up, and lack of storage space. A taller windshield would probably take care of the wind, and I use a back pack when we tour Aroostook County. Really like the instrument cluster, headlight, riding position, hooked bars. Quite an amazing motor, crisp down low and with 1.25 track, great hookup and pull :pointlaugh: Hope this info helps.
 

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I'm on my second IQ switchback,last year I had a 06 switchback 600 H.O and this year I have a 07 switchback 600 H.O CFI,I came off a 04 REV 600 h.o carb and this IQ is leaps and bounds ahead of the rev chassis for handling and rider comfort,performance etc(but I still loved that REV!My biggest gripe with this sled is FIT and FINISH the plastic side panels and plastic in general on the front of the IQ is garbage especially compaired to my REV!but not a big enough deal to not make me buy one ,just my gripe.No other brand makes as good of an all around sled than polaris ,this sled may not be perfect at anyone thing but it does everything I expect very well!many seem to be on the Yamaha band wagon but take away the high level of japanese fit and finish (just like there cars)and they have nothing on our North American made sleds.I will not buy a sled because of the way a side panel fits .ride handling and performance is what it is all about and polaris is tops ,haven't riden an XP yet but I'm guessing the XP is very good also!
 

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The one and only thing I don't like about my Fusion IQ is the handle bars them selves, machine needed flat bars with small hooks stock, they hurt your hands in rough conditions.
Other than that
I LOVE MY FUSION IQ, 900 CFI.
 

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I am very happy with the IQ, extremely good in the rough stuff- optional fox clickers, very stable, stays with my bud's F7 Sno-Pro, much to his amazement and happiness. :smiley-faces7: Gas mileage 12-13 mpg's, oil consumption rediculously low even after recall 14 0z for 160 miles and 12.7 gals fuel. What I like least about the IQ is cold weather wind protection from my chest up, and lack of storage space. A taller windshield would probably take care of the wind, and I use a back pack when we tour Aroostook County. Really like the instrument cluster, headlight, riding position, hooked bars. Quite an amazing motor, crisp down low and with 1.25 track, great hookup and pull :pointlaugh: Hope this info helps.[/b]
I have the Fox clickers as well and I can not get the kickback out of the rear. I've tried about every combination of scissor stop setting, torsion spring setting, etc..
 

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I rode with an IQ 600, and an IQ600HO, both looked to me to be awesome sleds. They had no trouble in the bumps, no trouble at all. I really like the HO 600, the looks have grown on me..
 

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Only 300 miles so far, but I love it. More leg room than my rev, great handling, motor starts and runs great. Just wish it had a taller wind shield and better storage.
 

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I love my 07 IQ, has awesome power and even better handling! But when I first got it the fuel pump failed, and went through a dozen spark plugs. Then I got the re-flash done and it was a totally different sled! Couldn't ask for a better sled overall.
 

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Just put 1000 miles on in Canada last week. THIS SLED IS THE BALLS!!!!! The 600 will scare some 800cc sleds. May be the best overall ride out there.
 

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:beer_cheers: My 07 Dragon is by far the best all around sled I've ever drove, handling, power, reliability, the only thing that suck about the IQ is the the way the hood fits and those shitty fitting side panels. It is miles ahead of that POS 700 racer graphics Fusion I had in 06, that 755 motor put your feet to sleep, it vibrated so much, THE IQ RULES
 
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