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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-03-2014, 07:12 PM Thread Starter
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Rzr 1200

I just seen where polaris is coming out with a rzr 1200,where is it gonna end.i bet the price will be around 28,000.they say it will be out in late 2014.

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It will only end when people run out of money, and the market slows. But I think Polaris will continue to gain market share the way the advertise and continue to come out with new models. The Arctic Cat Trail is going to help A/C but they've got to get the word out.

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A lot of people subscribe to the Biggest & Baddest doctrine! Cost is no object!

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that's it,,,,,im putting a small block chevy in my buggy

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it will only end when people run out of money, and the market slows. But i think polaris will continue to gain market share the way the advertise and continue to come out with new models. The arctic cat trail is going to help a/c but they've got to get the word out.
yea i think polaris sale's were 13.8 billion dollars last year.

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1200cc. Pshhhh. I'm just gonna throw a Pratt & Whitney jet engine in mine and call it good.

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Muddog … it better be an Aluminum one

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Just find a 215 Buick/Olds V8. Anyone remember those?

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yup had one in a CJ5 in the late 70's through early 80's

now have a SBC in a CJ7 as my snow plow , but not quite stock about 425 HP … enough to tear out the tranny at will 2 third gear repairs so far … damn adapters to put in my NV4500 are about $2000 …but now it's a dedicated snow plow so not to worried about that.

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