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Old 06-12-2009, 11:37 AM
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Nice, they used the hideous switchback tunnel...if it's even real.
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Nice, they used the hideous switchback tunnel...if it's even real.
at least the motor will stay together, looks like a fourwheeler tail light???
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There is a .pdf document that presents Polaris Snow Check models on the Swedish Polaris site, link: http://www.polarisridersclub.com/upl...r_sv_lower.pdf

If you open the file you can see under the box "Race Replica" that they offer both Polaris RR and the new Polaris RR SE with a 144" track for us here in Sweden. The RR model has been a real succes here in Sweden, thats why they still have it in the line-up. And apparently they streched it to 144" to the 2010 line-up.
And for us here in Sweden it's pretty cheap to, just a little more expensive than a RMK Shift 2009.
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There is a .pdf document that presents Polaris Snow Check models on the Swedish Polaris site, link: http://www.polarisridersclub.com/upl...r_sv_lower.pdf

If you open the file you can see under the box "Race Replica" that they offer both Polaris RR and the new Polaris RR SE with a 144" track for us here in Sweden. The RR model has been a real succes here in Sweden, thats why they still have it in the line-up. And apparently they streched it to 144" to the 2010 line-up.
And for us here in Sweden it's pretty cheap to, just a little more expensive than a RMK Shift 2009.
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Hmm, it's a a bit strange that Polaris is offering a quite cool model in scandinavia but not in the states. Polaris is the only manufactor (spelling?) that is doing that. All other brands have the same line-up here in scandinavia as in the states. Or actually they have a smaller line-up over here.

Hmm, would it be possible to import a RR SE back to the states for those of you that want one? But the price may be a little high(?) Retail price in Sweden is around 107900kr, that would be ~$13 630. (RMK Dragon 800 costs around $16400 here in Sweden) including all tax and that sh!t... -20% on the numbers i written would get the price without tax.

(Sorry for bad spelling and gramma...)
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now why wouldn't that be available in the USA as well? I know the US market has wanted that sled for sometime now as well
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Hmm, it's a a bit strange that Polaris is offering a quite cool model in scandinavia but not in the states. Polaris is the only manufactor (spelling?) that is doing that. All other brands have the same line-up here in scandinavia as in the states. Or actually they have a smaller line-up over here.

Hmm, would it be possible to import a RR SE back to the states for those of you that want one? But the price may be a little high(?) Retail price in Sweden is around 107900kr, that would be ~$13 630. (RMK Dragon 800 costs around $16400 here in Sweden) including all tax and that sh!t... -20% on the numbers i written would get the price without tax.

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actually arctic cat had a 600cc race chassis cross country versions there last year too
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actually arctic cat had a 600cc race chassis cross country versions there last year too
Yes, but with a way to short track
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I want one with a turbo! It would probably go just about anywhere my D8 163" would go with the extra grunt even though it has a shorter track!
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That is what is needed in the US also. I'd buy one in a heartbeat. 144"ers are just right, 136" is too short, lol.
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Yeah and those rails look really f'n beefy too...
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I am glad I built one...........

its not stock at all, but the new one wouldn't be either

My question is did Polaris just adapt the 440 plastic to a crossover?

Anyone know.
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so where's ours? I would buy in a heartbeat!
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If they were to release that in the states, they could kiss the Assualt good-bye. They couldn't make those fast enough to keep up with the orders. That would be one sweet sled.
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I am glad I built one...........

its not stock at all, but the new one wouldn't be either

My question is did Polaris just adapt the 440 plastic to a crossover?

Anyone know.

I know; The picture is actually a Photoshop made by Polaris, but it still is a real model in the 2010 line-up. A Swedish dealer wrote on one of our forums in Sweden that it will not have the S-B tunnel like the picture says, they just havent built one of these sleds yet, so they didn't have a real picture of it. If you look close to the picture you will se that it's a -07 IQ440 that is edited in Photoshop. The production tunnel will be a kick-up type like the short one. The rear skid will probably be diffrent from the picture too.

A dealer here in Sweden said to Polaris Scandinavia that this brochure contains way too much errors (the picture of Ruch with all the sh!tty touring accessories ) and all they said was that no one is going to notice that... (The brochure also says that there in no insurance included, but in fact Polaris is offering a free first-year insurace)
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US dealers should be giving Polaris a call, asking what's up with this
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No it┤s not real but it will come with rail and tunnel-extensions if you order it and it┤s only available here in scandinavia where there are a lot off new 09-RR yet to be sold. Now you know !
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If they were to release that in the states, they could kiss the Assualt good-bye. They couldn't make those fast enough to keep up with the orders. That would be one sweet sled.
Would probably be the hottest selling sled in the lineup all across the US and CA.
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you guys in sweden are lucky with the 600rr but the prices there are ****.

here in Austria we have only the RMK mostly 155 but the prices with the tax are the same as in sweden without tax!




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