What does SP mean Polaris snowmobile?

What does SP mean Polaris snowmobile?

Joined Apr 24, 2011. 7,192 Posts. #3 · Feb 27, 2018. SP = sub par… :grin Just kidding. I don’t know that I’ve ever heard what the SP stands for.

When can you SnowCheck a Polaris?

SnowCheck is a program offered by Polaris every spring. Customers who place SnowCheck orders can pre-order limited edition snowmobile models while customizing their sleds. SnowCheck applies to new model year snowmobiles only.

What does RMK mean Polaris?

Rocky Mountain King
The Polaris RMK is a series of snowmobiles made by Polaris Industries. The RMK was introduced in the 1996 model year by Polaris to compete in the mountain market. The acronym originally stood for “Rocky Mountain King”.

What is the Polaris shift 600 IQ sled?

Last season Polaris introduced us all to its value sled concept, the basic Shift. A singular basic model built around the newer componentry of the popular IQ models, the 600 IQ Shift was designed to accessorize.

What kind of car is a 600 IQ shift 136?

The 600 IQ Shift was the beginning. For model year 2009, there is a fleet of Shift models, including the original 600 IQ Shift. We’ve already told you about the fan-cooled 2009 550 IQ Shift, now let us give you the dope on the 2009 600 IQ Shift 136. The 600 IQ Shift 136 comes in this basic black.

What is a hacksaw track on a Polaris shift 136?

The 136-inch Hacksaw track adds 15-inches of overall off-trail capability to the base Shift sports version. This extended track effectively makes the 2009 600 IQ Shift 136 a true crossover sled in the Polaris tradition of Switchback models. Of course, there is a premium to pay for that ‘official’ Switchback nomenclature.

How does the Polaris IQ 136 handle in the snow?

Putting that 136-inch track’s profile on the snow is essentially the same rear suspension as you’ll find on the more expensive Switchback versions. This is Polaris’ fully coupled IQ 136 twin rail design. It is designed to react in concert with the dual A-arm IQ front suspension to maintain maximum ride comfort on or off trail.