Details about 2011 Polaris IQ Race Sled

May 13, 2010
In a move unprecedented for Polaris, the company released details today about its 2011 Polaris IQ Race Sled. The Roseau, Minn. based sled builder typically waits until September to unveil its racing snowmobile.
Polaris claims its engineering team has made substantial improvements to the snowmobile. The all-new Independent Front Suspension has new spindles, new upper and lower A-arms and a new upper control arm ball joint.
Late- and post-season testing showed sharper and flatter cornering, Polaris said, and easier steering with more durability.
The rear end of the 2011 Polaris IQ Race Sled has a new Walker Evans coil-over front track shock that “improves performance and consistency in all racing conditions,” according to a release from Polaris.
Today’s information from Polaris comes on the heels of Ski-Doo announcing big changes last month to its 2011 MX Zx 600 RS. Polaris rolled out the first IQ Race Sled in the fall of 2004 as a 2005 model. Full details and photos of the 2011 Polaris IQ Race Sled will be available in the fall. Click 2011 Polaris snowmobiles to see the full lineup.

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