Polaris Torque Specifications

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Polaris Industries is currently the largest manufacturer of snowmobiles in the world. It sold its first snowmobile in 1954, and then expanded its line of vehicles in 1985 with the inclusion of ATVs. In 1992 it introduced its own line of watercraft. In 1997, Polaris released the Ranger off-road utility vehicles, and in 1998 it introduced its Victory motorcycle series. It competes with major companies, such as Yamaha, Suzuki, Honda, Bombardier and Arctco. Several Polaris vehicles are on the market today that offer a wide range of torque and performance specifications.

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