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post #1 of 51 Old 11-18-2012, 10:08 PM Thread Starter
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1000 Rene vs Scrambler 850

Couple brothers racing the Rene 1000 is 1/2 to 1/4 length faster straight line.
Guy that uploaded video complained hook up on Polaris was bad why he lost....

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And on the outside of a curve.

If the 850 had a hard time hooking up I bet the 1000 was having as hard of a time too. lol


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On grass I agree

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But I also think curve inside or out both are almost the the same speed. I know this because the advertised weight by Can Am is way off (light) from actual. Polaris gives the real weights so the machines look heavier but in real world they are not. Also I know for a fact Polaris clutches are superior to Can Am. They do put more power to the ground. I have a Polaris clutch that smokes the stock Can Am clutch.


We need to be honest about our machines and stop being fan boys just because it's a certain machine, IE Can Am. When we do this it makes our preference Can Am a better machine if manufactures read the reviews and they do, another fact. One thing they need to do right now is stop the BS weights they claim. They are not even close to actual..... Another fact

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I wanna see an official drag run! Clocked multiple runs. Cause I know the 850xp ho I dusted pretty bad several times but it was pretty quick just couldn't accel fast enough. I know the scrambler has some other mods, susp, exhaust etc. I just can't wait till somebody around me gets one cause straight to the strip we go lol

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My dealer raced the 800 and 1000 against the 850 about 25 times @1000 ft.
Said the 1000 came out on top by 2.5 bike lengths every time against the 850.
The 850 put 5 bike lengths on the 800 every time.

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My dealer raced the 800 and 1000 against the 850 about 25 times @1000 ft.
Said the 1000 came out on top by 2.5 bike lengths every time against the 850.
The 850 put 5 bike lengths on the 800 every time.
5 lengths on the 800??!?!? Wow I figured mayb 2 at most

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That's what I said, most people I heard of weren't getting that either

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I raced my buddy, me on my Outy X xc and him on a 2012 850xp. He got every holeshot and actually slightly pulled away up to around 50 mph. W/ that being said I will give Polaris sum props and say it's about time. Maybe I should get rid of the ITP Holeshots... bastards spin like a bitch on wet pavement =p
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Can Am vs Polaris

Owned them both Can Am beats it.I have a 1000xt my buddy had 850 Polaris less than a year old. Sunk it in a lake got insurance and ran to buy 1000xt!
He loves the Can Am.
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