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2012 Polaris RUSH Pro-R

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The RUSH Pro-R has proven itself to be the performance trail sled of choice for those that want to attack the trail. Riders rely on its progressive-rate rear suspension to deliver confidence — no matter what the terrain. An all-new IFS straight off the race track — results in reduced steering effort for even more precise handling.


DimensionsEstimated Dry Weight (pounds/kg)464 / 211Overall Length (in./cm.)108 / 274Overall Width (in./cm.)48 / 122Overall Height (in./cm.)46 / 117Ski Center Distance (in./cm.)42.5 / 108Fuel Capacity (gallons/liters)11/41.15Track Width/Length/Height (in.)15 x 121 x 1.25 RipSawEngine DrivetrainEngine Type/CoolingLiberty / LiquidCylinders-Displacement (cc)2, 795Bore x Stroke (mm)85 x 70IgnitionDigital CDI w/TPS, WTS, DETExhaustSC VES, SingleFuel SystemCleanfire InjectionDisc Brake TypePhantom, Hydraulic w/ LWT DiscDrive/Driven ClutchP-85 / Team LWSuspensionFront SuspensionPro-RideFront Travel (in./cm.)9 / 22.9Front ShocksWalker Evans PiggybackSki TypeRushRear SuspensionPro-RideRear Travel (in./cm.)14 / 35Front Track ShockWalker Evans PiggybackRear Track ShockWalker Evans Comp. Adj.FeaturesSteeringFixed- 3.5" (89mm) RiserElectric StartOption / AccessoryReversePERCSpeedometerDigital MFDTachometerDigital MFDSecurity SystemAccessoryFuel GaugeDigital MFDTemp/Low Oil LightDigital MFD12v-DC OutletAccessory12V-AC RCA Style ConnectorAccessoryHandlebar HooksStd. AdjustableHand & Thumb WarmersStd. AdjustableHeated Passenger GripsN/AMirrorsAccessorySeat TypeLightweight FreestyleSeat Support with LuggageAccessoryWindshieldLow, mid or tallColor / GraphicsBlack, Pro-R

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