These were ordered straight from Walker, not OEM takeoffs. High/low compression. I had them built for aggressive trail. This was pre ‘20 XCR/velocity builds. You just need to use the springs off the standard walkers. I had these on my 2019 Indy 850. They are awesome. Im ordering a VR1 the only reason im selling.
Yes they are a substantial difference over stock if setup properly. The stock walkers are ok, if you want to settle for average OEM shocks. I effectively built a custom XCR in 2019 before they released the factory indy XCR in ‘20. Im located in Pennsylvania.
From Polaris Race Team:
The biggest improvement on these shocks over the standard WEs is the position of the piggyback resevoir. Mounted much lower on the shock body, the resevoir is now below the full travel of the shock piston. This allows the shock to have two very different performance ranges; plush for the first bit of travel to be compliant in the small chatter bumps but stiff once the piston has travelled past the resevoir orifice. Imagine a shock that can be set up soft for comfort and ease of powder carving but still has the ability to absorb the big hit from that drop you just pounded without bottoming
I have a brand new in the box Diamond S Titanium muffler that I had ordered about 2 months ago for a 21 SKS 146 850 that I snow checked, only took out of the box for the photo
I have decided to go a different route and will not be using the muffler.
My loss your gain in this case.
I bought this on March 1st to use on a trip that ended up never taking place. I installed the bag (takes about 3 minutes) but never used it. Figured I would just use it next year but ended up snowchecking a new VR1 and my old sled sold this past Saturday. $100 or best offer, here is the link...
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