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    Rush 800 Pro-R model for 2011

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    • Member since
      May 2006
    • From: lac-st-jean,quebec province
    Posted by scramblered on Thursday, March 25, 2010 4:12 PM

    the 800 rush pro-r look to be a very speed demon potential,small track with not too much lug height track,the only issues is wind protection,i mean i run my xcr 800 like an r-1 sportbike in accelaration and at the time i raise something (helmet,knees,arms) from the aérodynamic frame design all take the full wind out and need to be more creeped on it to maximize aéro,with that twin with small plastic protection i guess it will be a pain to ride pass 115 mph on those thing.

    -00 hot seat race mods/ flannery ports XCR 800 VES

    • Member since
      February 2010
    Posted by got snow ! on Saturday, February 27, 2010 10:41 AM

    i am a 1000 yamaha guy i just test road a 800 r with levi lavalley in woodford vt. it steers better than my yam pulls wheeles this isa asome machine my ski doo guy friend says better handling i worry is it aanother polaris throw away engeine

    • Member since
      February 2010
    Posted by Redd on Saturday, February 13, 2010 2:35 PM


    I was thinking about "snow checking a 800R, did Poo fix all the issuses they had with the 800 engine?

    I'm in the process of rebuilding my 900 Fusion @ 1400 miles, just don't want a repeat. 600 ProX is great tho'!

    (sorry if this has been already adressed, I just signed up)

    • Member since
      July 2005
    • From: Waukesha, WI
    Rush 800 Pro-R model for 2011
    Posted by AmSnow on Friday, February 5, 2010 12:28 PM

     Last year after Polaris announced its new Rush 600, riders immediately asked, when will there be an 800. The wait is over as today Polaris announces a Rush 800 Pro-R, slipping its horsier 800cc motor under Rush's trim snout.

    Read this complete story of the 2011 Polaris Rush 800 Pro-R

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