Polaris updates race sled for 2011
IQ Racer receives all-new independent front suspension
Story by Staff, May. 13, 2010Email a friend Print Friendly RSS
An all-new independent front suspension system (IFS) has been developed for the race sled and Polaris is calling it the best its ever built.
The IFS system has new spindles, new upper and lower control arms, a new upper control arm ball joint, and other changes.
“It’s not only new, it’s better,” says Polaris. “In late-season and post-season testing, Polaris engineers and top Polaris factory racers dialed in the new IFS to give racers more precise and flatter cornering, easier steering – and better durability than ever.”
In the rear, the 2011 IQ Racer features a new Walker Evans coil over needle front track shock that is designed to improve performance and consistency in all racing conditions.
“From the nose to the snow flap, the 2011 Polaris Race Sled is the best ever,” Polaris boasts.
Photos of the 2011 IQ Racer were not released, but full details will be revealed in the fall.
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