2009 Polaris Dragon SP 800

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2009 Polaris Dragon SP 800 Specifications

Identification
Model Type  Performance
BASE MSRP(US)  $10,699.00
Dealers  Polaris Dealers
Warranty  12
Insurance
Engine:  
Engine Type  Horizontal In-line
Cylinders  2
Engine Stroke  4-Stroke
Valve Configuration  OHV
Displacement (cc/ci)  795 / 42.7
Starter  Pull
Turbocharged  No
Carburetion Type  Fuel Injected
Transmission:  
Reverse  Yes
Technical Specifications:  
Length (ft)  9.58
Width (in/mm)  48 / 1219
Height (in/mm)  45 / 114.3
Maximum Ski Stance (in/mm)  42.5 / 1080
Minimum Ski Stance (in/mm)  42.5 / 1080
Dry Weight (lbs/kg)  476 / 216.1
Fuel Capacity (gal/l)  11.5 / 43.5
Seats:  
Number Of Seats  1
Exterior:  
Ski Material  Composite
Skag Material  Carbide
Drive Line:  
Track Length (in/mm)  121 / 3073.4
Track Width (in/mm)  15 / 381
Lug Height (in/mm)  1.25 / 31.8
Glass:  
Height  Mid
Convenience:  
Heated Hand Grips  Standard

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2009 Dragon 800SP
By ely(Owner), Feb. 14, 2009
Awesome sled! Polaris released a reflash for the ECU Fuel controller, as of January 2009. It fixed the hesitation on many of my friends sleds, and polaris covers the reflash. Works wonders. Just picked up my own dragon 800 sp yesterday, 0-100 in the blink of an eye, and after about a mile of holding... Read Full Review

 

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By GILBS(Owner), Feb. 4, 2009
The sled is a rocket out of the hole! You better hang on from 0-85mph. After that the sled lacks power. Stock you will max out at around 97-100mph. This engine has a bog, randomly the engine will not respond and just bog down, sending you abruplty close to the windshield!! This problem is widely rep... Read Full Review

 

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