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I would like to no if Polaris SPX models our light weight and good for powder our not.
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If your looking for floatation on a wedge style indybid go for the 700 sks like a 1997 or 98 and they even have the same engine . The short track isn't gunna have the floatation that your looking for

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i have yet to run my sks in snow yet but long tracks are better in powder and 121s are trail so if its got a 121 on it and u want to do powder then u needs something bigger in track size my sks is only a 95 but its still got a 133 and i have extentions for it to make it a 136 but for its day it was long now tho u have the 155s and 161 or even 144s and they do make bigger but yea

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I would like to no if Polaris SPX models our light weight and good for powder our not.
They are neither.

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They are neither.
That is true!

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-2009 Yamaha Phazer RTX (primary sled)- Fox floats, hand guards- for now
-1998 POLARIS INDY ss 488(backup sled) Power Madd hand guards,chrome power Madd windsheild,
2 inch risers,black KIMPEX Dullies ski's with blue loops,1.25 lug track with 96 pics and a black light cover
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-2005 Suzuki LTZ 400

2014-2015 miles -0! Come on snow!
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By SPX I'll assume you mean an Ultra SPX? Heavy, very poor off-trail performance, etc. If you wanna race across a lake or straight sections of trail, your buddies will have to have something real good if they're gonna beat you. But for an off-trail play sled, there are MUCH better options.

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