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So...it's been 24 hours and nobody has said a thing on here. Is there no excitement out there for the EVO RMK?
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Me: Oh, Polaris released a kids mountain sled!!! I'm so freaking excited!!!

Polaris: I know, awesome huh?

Me: Yeah, so cool. What does it weigh?

Polaris: 420 pounds.

Me: Wait, what? That's more than my AXYS 800 155 that I ride at 409 pounds?

Polaris: Well, yeah, the sled for your 10 year old is indeed heavier than your sled, but don't you worry, we took it and made it a low rider so that even though the bulkhead and tunnel and track are all full adult size, the kid will think it's small, even though it's heavy.

Me: Oh. So not only is it heavy, but now it sits real low like an 80's phazer so that the body work will have to plow through all the deep powder instead of floating above it and also so that it will be even tougher for my kid to get it on edge?

Polaris: Well, yeah, that front end will really be a snow plow through the deep snow with it being so low, not to mention that the boards being low will really get it high centered and stuck really quickly. However, as for getting it on edge, don't worry, we made the ski stance narrower than our trail sleds.

Me: Oh, cool, what is the ski stance?

Polaris: 39"

Me: What? That's a wider ski stance than my sled!! That's the same exact ski stance as the trail version of the EVO!! You don't actually have any plans for my kid to learn to put this sled on edge do you?

Polaris: No, not at all. If he ever did get it on edge, then he would get a bunch of snow in the running boards, and there's not a hole in sight, so it's going to take a lot of work to get snow off those running boards.

Me: Ok, well then I guess this isn't really a boondocker. I suppose I'll just let my kid learn how to ride the way people did back in the 80's where he just points straight up a mountain and tries to get a high mark and then comes right back down. I mean hey, you did give a 70 pound kid a 144" X 15" track, which is essentially like giving a 180 pound adult a 220" X 15" track so at least my kid can go learn to climb mountains straight up really well as he should have an absolute glut of flotation back there?

Polaris: Well...kinda. You see, even though the sled already weighs more than your sled, and is trying to turn a track just 11" shorter than your sled, with fairly decent size lugs, we actually decided that the 550 fan was just creating way too much power. Oh, yeah, especially at 10,000 feet, yeah, that little 550 fan was producing a whopping 38.5 HP. We just decided that was way too much. So we decided to limit it to 5/8 of the power so that it would go down to 24 HP at 10,000 feet where you mountain riders want to take your kids. On top of all that, we put in some sea level clutching, so by the time you point it at any kind of hill with any kind of power at 10,000 feet, that little engine just won't even have a chance and your kid isn't going to make it very high up that hill, which is good though, you know, because, safety first right?

Me: Ok, so what you're telling me is that my "mountain" sled for my kid is:
- Actually built on an adult size chassis?
- Heavier than my adult sled?
- Has a wider ski stance than my adult sled?
- Built to sit low like a low-rider grass drag sled?
- Has running boards from the year 2000?
- Has a de-tuned engine to add insult to injury for the power we already lost at elevation?

Polaris: That's right!!! Want one?

Me: No

Polaris sales guys to Polaris Executives: See, I told you it wasn't worth investing in the youth market. These parents are a just a bunch of selfish cheapskates who won't even spend 6 grand on their kids even though they blow 12 grand on their own sleds.

Me: Facepalm

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Me: Oh, Polaris released a kids mountain sled!!! I'm so freaking excited!!!

Polaris: I know, awesome huh?

Me: Yeah, so cool. What does is weigh?

Polaris: 420 pounds.

Me: Wait, what? That's more than my AXYS 800 155 that I ride at 409 pounds?

Polaris: Well, yeah, the sled for your 10 year old is indeed heavier than your sled, but don't you worry, we took it and made it a low rider so that even though the bulkhead and tunnel and track are all full adult size, the kid will think it's small, even though it's heavy.

Me: Oh. So not only is it heavy, but now it sits real low like an 80's phazer so that the body work will have to plow through all the deep powder instead of floating above it and also so that it will be even tougher for my kid to get it on edge?

Polaris: Well, yeah, that front end will really be a snow plow through the deep snow with it being so low, not to mention that the boards being low will really get it high centered and stuck really quickly. However, as for getting it on edge, don't worry, we made the ski stance narrower than our trail sleds.

Me: Oh, cool, what is the ski stance?

Polaris: 39"

Me: What? That's a wider ski stance than my sled!! That's the same exact ski stance as the trail version of the EVO!! You don't actually have any plans for my kid to learn to put this sled on edge do you?

Polaris: No, not at all. If he ever did get it on edge, then he would get a bunch of snow in the running boards, and there's not a hole in sight, so it's going to take a lot of work to get snow off those running boards.

Me: Ok, well then I guess this isn't really a boondocker. I suppose I'll just let my kid learn how to ride the way people did back in the 80's where he just points straight up a mountain and tries to get a high mark and then comes right back down. I mean hey, you did give a 70 pound kid a 144" X 15" track, which is essentially like giving a 180 pound adult a 220" X 15" track so at least my kid can go learn to climb mountains straight up really well as he should have an absolute glut of flotation back there?

Polaris: Well...kinda. You see, even though the sled already weighs more than your sled, and is trying to turn a track just 11" shorter than your sled, and has fairly decent size lugs, we actually decided that the 550 fan was just creating way too much power. Oh, yeah, especially at 10,000 feet, yeah, that little 550 fan was producing a whopping 38.5 HP. We just decided that was way too much. So we decided to limit it to 5/8 of the power so that it would go down to 24 HP at 10,000 feet where you mountain riders want to take your kids. On top of all that, we put in some sea level clutching, so by the time you point it at any kind of hill with any kind of power at 10,000 feet, that little engine just won't even have a chance and your kid isn't going to make it very high up that hill, which is good though, you know, because, safety first right?

Me: Ok, so what you're telling me is that my "mountain" sled for my kid is:
- Actually built on and adult size chassis?
- Heavier than my adult sled?
- Has a wider ski stance than my adult sled?
- Built to sit low like a low-rider grass drag sled?
- Has running boards from the year 2000?
- Has a de-tuned engine to add insult to injury for the power we already lost at elevation?

Polaris: That's right!!! Want one?

Me: No

Polaris sales guys to Polaris Executives: See, I told you it wasn't worth investing in the youth market. These parents are a just a bunch of selfish cheapskates who won't even spend 6 grand on their kids even though they blow 12 grand on their own sleds.

Me: Facepalm


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How hard to put a 550 fanner in an RMK chassis.... no tunnel cooler or that stuff... belt drive (cause it's lighter and less costly to make)... light 146" 2.4" track, with a 37" front end??? That would be a 385lb sled !!

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I have been looking at the RMK EVO for the last two days. The 600 RMK wieghts in at 480 so you would have to go to the pro 600. The pro 600 is coming in at just under $12000 the RMK EVO is at $5800. I'm not ready to get them a pro just yet. But the EVO I can see
The RMK EVO reminds me of are 1998 700 RMK in track and suspension both front and rear. (How hard would it be to put the 700 in it ) I think with a little aftermarket stuff the EVO will be a good starter sled.
That being said how hard is this sled going to be to start in the cold? I remember my 1998. I'm thinking electric start
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Ok, I need to say something nice or else I won't be able to sleep at night. Here we go.

First. While other manufacturers are looking at the 11 year old boy who is 80 pounds and about 4'7" and flipping them the middle finger, Polaris is at least pretending to act like they care. That seems to be a first step in the right direction that should be appreciated.

Second, not only did they make a sled for the 11 year old, but then they even made an RMK version. Again, better than the double bird we are getting from the other factories.

Third, they put gripper skis on it. Cool!!

Fourth, the track has 1.75" lugs. Alright!!

Fifth, the gas tank, seat, and the bars are great. My 9 year old was riding a 2012 600 RMK 144 on Saturday and really didn't have the option of getting on one side of the sled because the seat was too high and the bars were too high/wide.

Sixth, they at least do offer the parts for us to "undo" their mistake of limiting the throttle.

Seventh, they seem to offer a lower gear in the chaincase, which is a great option to leave in for mountain riding, even after getting all your throttle back. I assume that will work great. Still waiting to hear from a Guinea Pig on it. Anybody? Anybody?

I do appreciate Polaris at least putting effort in. I suppose that all I have to do to make it pretty decent is undo their throttle mistake, undo their lowering suspension mistake, narrow the ski stance and put aftermarket boards on it. Shoot, I might just actually buy one. Honestly, if I insist on sleds that are less than 10 years old, is there really anything out there that is better for an 80 pound 4'7" rider?
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Wow, what happened to that 600 RMK 144? Just last year the dry weight was listed at 458. It looks like they made electric start standard and that tacked on 22 pounds? Holy cow. Terrible. I guess you could do a 600 rmk 155 and get the weight down to 412, but...really? That's now just the exact same sled I have but with less power. That doesn't do a kid much good.
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Ok, I need to say something nice or else I won't be able to sleep at night. Here we go.

First. While other manufacturers are looking at the 11 year old boy who is 80 pounds and about 4'7" and flipping them the middle finger, Polaris is at least pretending to act like they care. That seems to be a first step in the right direction that should be appreciated.

Second, not only did they make a sled for the 11 year old, but then they even made an RMK version. Again, better than the double bird we are getting from the other factories.

Third, they put gripper skis on it. Cool!!

Fourth, the track has 1.75" lugs. Alright!!

Fifth, the gas tank, seat, and the bars are great. My 9 year old was riding a 2012 600 RMK 144 on Saturday and really didn't have the option of getting on one side of the sled because the seat was too high and the bars were too high/wide.

Sixth, they at least do offer the parts for us to "undo" their mistake of limiting the throttle.

Seventh, they seem to offer a lower gear in the chaincase, which is a great option to leave in for mountain riding, even after getting all your throttle back. I assume that will work great. Still waiting to hear from a Guinea Pig on it. Anybody? Anybody?

I do appreciate Polaris at least putting effort in. I suppose that all I have to do to make it pretty decent is undo their throttle mistake, undo their lowering suspension mistake, narrow the ski stance and put aftermarket boards on it. Shoot, I might just actually buy one. Honestly, if I insist on sleds that are less than 10 years old, is there really anything out there that is better for an 80 pound 4'7" rider?
I agree - and yes I will be buying one! My 9 yr old is totally stoked! He can't reach the boards on any of our other sleds. I'll bet he has a blast on it and I think the more stable (wider) front end is just fine. I am going with electric start so I don't have to mess around with pull starting it for him.

I've had (and still have) 3 older Polaris 340's - while they are great kid's sleds there is no way a kid will EVER learn to sidehill on one. If you think the front end on the EVO is wide just compare it to sleds of just a few years ago! I for one am thrilled that Polaris is attempting to get something out there for kids that isn't just a toy (see 120's). And for kids that are just learning to ride they need that stable front end to build their confidence. I really don't see the lower front end being a problem for a kid that weighs 70 lbs. The running boards are the biggest issue for me. I will be doing some inserts of some kind. A kid standing on a ball of ice just doesn't work! And it's not like they can kick it off of there.
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I bought my daughter (12) a regular EVO last year and its been great with just a few mods (track, throttle lever, remove limiter, skis), she loves it. Im considering getting the EVO RMK for my son (10).

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