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My buddy has a brand new Polaris X 800. I knew he could blow my doors off but we ran them off for the heck of it. To my suprise and probably his, the 900Ace jumped him by 2 to 3 sled lengths and didn't give it up till bout 400 feet out, then he pulled away.
 

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My buddy has a brand new Polaris X 800. I knew he could blow my doors off but we ran them off for the heck of it. To my suprise and probably his, the 900Ace jumped him by 2 to 3 sled lengths and didn't give it up till bout 400 feet out, then he pulled away.
Not too surprising....I've heard this story before. Run him through the twisty trails and see how (if) he can keep up. He may stay with you, but I guarantee he is working a lot harder to doo it!
 

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I raced my brothers 800 with my Renegade 900. We've raced many times in 6 to 8 inches of hard snow and my 900 always gets the jump and he cannot catch me in a 300 yard field.

On hard pack/ice it's another story. LOL. He usually flys by after 60 mph.
 

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I'm coming off a 15 Pro X Switchback and it ripped, I will report back on how this 900 ace works - still have a few Axys sleds in the group!

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These are just amazing 900 engines. No need for anything bigger for a trail sled!
 

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My buddy has a brand new Polaris X 800. I knew he could blow my doors off but we ran them off for the heck of it. To my suprise and probably his, the 900Ace jumped him by 2 to 3 sled lengths and didn't give it up till bout 400 feet out, then he pulled away.
Which explains why the 900ACE is hard to beat on the trails ...
 
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