Did Polaris make a 500 triple?
The Indy 500 triple was quickly forgotten as Polaris moved on, and this pioneering three-cylinder suspension sled is now seldom seen. … In spring 1988, Polaris introduced the new 1989 Indy 500 twin with the 488 Fuji that would go on to become one of the most successful snowmobile models of all time.
What’s better 2 stroke or 4-stroke snowmobile?
2-stroke – 4-stroke is great for an on-trail sled. It’s a more expensive engine up-front but requires less maintenance and will last longer. … A 2-stroke engine consumes oil but is more affordable, snappier, and weighs considerably less than a 4-stroke. However, the 2-stroke will require a bit more maintenance.
How fast can a 800cc snowmobile go?
The Ski-Doo MXZ X 850 has a recorded top speed of 128 miles per hour, while the Polaris Switchback Pro-S 800 caps out at 105 mph, and the Arctic Cat ZR 6000 EL Tigre is a bit slower at 88 mph. The Polaris Assault 800 tops off at 112 mph, and Ski-Doo 850 has a top speed of 118 mph.
What does a Polaris Indy 500 weigh?
Dimensions. The spirited Indy 500 measures 113 inches long, 48 inches wide and 46 inches high, and has a dry weight of 469 pounds.