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    '05 Polaris FUSION 900

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      July 2005
    • From: Upstate New York
    '05 Polaris FUSION 900
    Posted by White Lightning on Monday, March 14, 2011 6:29 AM

    Pros and Cons - anyone? My girlfriend's neighbor is looking at one for $3k with less than 1,500miles. Supposely to have all the updates done to it. WL

    The AFTERBURNER!!!

    • Member since
      February 2011
    Posted by Pol2665 on Wednesday, June 22, 2011 9:58 AM

    You will get a lot of people, mostly those who don't own one, say it is a piece of ***.  And if it doesn't have the updates it will be.  But with that being said, all the updates on I have not had too many issues with over 3000 miles.  And it's not like I baby the sled.  I ride realy hard.  No engien troubles but blew a few belts and replaced a speed sensor.  you will not find a better performing sled for the money though. 

    • Member since
      February 2011
    Posted by trail breaker on Sunday, June 26, 2011 7:29 AM

    my friend has one that he has put a slp pipe can , air box, and air vents , on the lake I have not seen it beat buy another sled in our area , and some of them are built also. it vibrates a little but one strong sled.

    • Member since
      December 2011
    Posted by 1fastRMK on Wednesday, December 7, 2011 11:47 AM

    my buddy has one he bought it with 1500 miles and it blew up after he rode 18 miles. piece of ***. i also read somewhere that polaris even said  it was a waste of time making the engine.

    • Member since
      February 2008
    Posted by aja636 on Thursday, December 8, 2011 8:32 PM

    Had 2 of them,  Make sure all recalls are done.  They vibrate like hell at idle but once you get moving the smooth right out.  Rides as good as any IQ polaris, which is great.  Not real bad on fuel.  I had a dyno port pipe and can on mine with some good clutching.  Ran strong, fun sled on trails.  Good wind protection, and the adjustable handle bars were great.  For 3g with that milage, not a bad price.  Sadly these sleds have a bad rap, but all in all they weren't bad.  

    For the 2005, get the 2006 front spindles on it.  Big difference in handling and steering effort.

    The hard part about the fusion is resale.  No one wants to touch them.  I would buy one again.

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