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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-23-2008, 11:55 PM Thread Starter
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Poo-laris raises the bar...

Poo-laris just released info about their new RZR "S" model - long travel, 60" wide, 63mph top speed... Wow.

2009 Polaris RANGER RZR Line Up | Side X Side Action
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-24-2008, 12:12 AM
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Too bad its not getting the 850 cc 73 hp hp the Sportsmen is getting.

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Another link - UTV Mag has a couple pages on it as well.

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Looks like they made some very nice improvements to the RZR.

Hmm, I wonder what that "heal pocket" looks like and if something like that may help the pedal problem in the Teryx.
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Looks like they made some very nice improvements to the RZR.

Hmm, I wonder what that "heal pocket" looks like and if something like that may help the pedal problem in the Teryx.
low-speed drivability due to the inclusion of a heel pocket which allows more controlled operation of the gas pedal

This is the very problem I'm having driving across rough pasture. You have to go real slow or too fast, the inbetween causes surging because of no gas pedal control. Anyone seen any pictures of what this is all about?
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JC, I'm wondering the same thing about a heel pocket or something like it. I just received a barefoot accelerator pedal from Speedway. I ordered it on line Mon & received it Thurs already (from Nebraska to Northern Wisconsin that quick). My son from Green Bay is going to see if we can mount it with the toes angling slightly towards the tunnel this weekend. Don't know if that will help or not, but it's worth a try.
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