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#1 2010-01-08 16:29:52

Eatsand
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#2 2010-01-08 17:13:17

Brad777
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Re: New from Polaris - RZR 4 - 4 Seater

I've been wondering what it would be.  I think Polaris was really smart with this move...not what I was hoping for, but it certainly fills a gap in their lineup (4 seater).

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#3 2010-01-08 17:34:04

Fasttrax
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Re: New from Polaris - RZR 4 - 4 Seater

Here I thought Yamaha would be doing it first.  :?

Have to see if Polaris gets hit with the lawsuits and how big the warning label will be to keep "passengers under 12" out of it.
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You must be this tall to ride! lol


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#4 2010-01-08 19:59:32

Badley
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Re: New from Polaris - RZR 4 - 4 Seater

OMG - I am really starting to love Polaris  lol

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#5 2010-01-08 20:07:10

Eatsand
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#6 2010-01-09 08:21:15

zrated
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Re: New from Polaris - RZR 4 - 4 Seater

SON OF A BI#@*!!!!
They just keep making me spend money!!
Don’t they know we are in a recession?

That thing looks like a blast!

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#7 2010-01-09 18:12:46

Badley
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Re: New from Polaris - RZR 4 - 4 Seater

SON OF A BI#@*!!!!
They just keep making me spend money!!
Don’t they know we are in a recession?

That thing looks like a blast!

lol  Now just imagine some bigger tires for more clearance and a blown motor  wink Brutus jr.  lol  It's only money...

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#8 2010-01-10 11:41:19

zrated
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Re: New from Polaris - RZR 4 - 4 Seater

SON OF A BI#@*!!!!
They just keep making me spend money!!
Don’t they know we are in a recession?

That thing looks like a blast!

lol  Now just imagine some bigger tires for more clearance and a blown motor  wink Brutus jr.  lol  It's only money...

HEY you are not helping!!!
(I’ve already been thinking about those exact things... lol )

Actually, I think the stock tires would do great! Just install a 1/2 " thick UHMW skid plate so you can slide across obstacles.

I’m sure it could use a bit more power if you are adding the extra weight. The added weight of the 2 extra people wouldn’t even be noticed if one of these things had a blower. In fact I’m sure that it would easily outrun a stock RZR even loaded with 4 people. I'll bet the existing MPI Supercharger from the RZR-S would bolt right on!
DAMN that could be allot of fun…

OK, I need to get away from this computer!

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#9 2010-01-10 12:18:29

Badley
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Re: New from Polaris - RZR 4 - 4 Seater

HEY you are not helping!!!
(I’ve already been thinking about those exact things... lol )

Well, it was a stretch to guess what you were thinking  lol  wink  8)

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#10 2010-09-26 22:17:12

jaqes
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Re: New from Polaris - RZR 4 - 4 Seater

Did anyone get review about RZR 4. The Polaris RZR 4 Robby Gordon Edition in ATV World. Can anyone share with me some pics of this new edition... smile

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#11 2010-09-27 06:49:41

Fasttrax
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Re: New from Polaris - RZR 4 - 4 Seater

Coming from a prior Rhino owner the RZR4 is a great design. I don't have anything against riding in the bed of a rhino or tyrex as long as it is not me. The four provides great comfort and the size only limits is in turning radius and high centering. A good skid is a must for this vehicle. For climbing I feel safer due to the lower center and the lenth too.

If you don't need the four seats then stick to the "s".


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