2010 Polaris Rush 600
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2010 Polaris Rush 600 Specifications
|Engine Type||Horizontal In-line|
|Valve Configuration||Reed Valve|
|Displacement (cc/ci)||599 / 36.6|
|Carburetion Type||Fuel Injected|
|Width (in/mm)||48 / 1219|
|Height (in/mm)||46 / 1170|
|Maximum Ski Stance (in/mm)||42.5 / 1080|
|Minimum Ski Stance (in/mm)||42.5 / 1080|
|Dry Weight (lbs/kg)||459 / 208.2|
|Fuel Capacity (gal/l)||11 / 41.7|
|Number Of Seats||1|
|Track Length (in/mm)||120 / 3048|
|Track Width (in/mm)||15 / 381|
|Lug Height (in/mm)||1.25 / 25.4|
|Heated Hand Grips||Standard|
It's different ... try it!
By Doug Smith(Owner), Jan. 19, 2010I too was a bit surprised by the "radiator" placement until I was educated that it's not a "typical" radiator. They put this cooler through some very destructive testing. I think Polaris certainly could have put out the testing info to educate all of us about this rather than h... Read Full Review
Ride it and you'll see!!
By JR.(Owner), Feb. 11, 2010225 miles on mine so far!! The lack of snow has never hurt soo bad!! I played in my 6 acre field before all the snow left. I felt like a kid again! ( I'm 45) Not a square foot of the field was left untouched. It made me smile every time I got on it! Lighter, faster and WAY more comfortable than my... Read Full Review
Feel The Rush
By Winfred Olanna Jr(Owner), Dec. 26, 2009Feels light with great weight transfer and gobs of torque. Awesome throttle response! Read Full Review
By L.F.Semmler(Owner), Jan. 20, 2010this sled is crazy in trails and coming out of the ditch lots of power Read Full Review
2010 Leftover Rush Pro-R
By Matt Lambert(Owner), Mar. 11, 2011Purchased 2010 Rush Pro-R as a leftover in late 2011 due to the discounts, and it's nice to be back on a Polaris. At 450+ pounds, this sled is LIGHT, and rides like it. Maybe not as light as a Ski Doo TNT, but still very nimble and flickable.
I'm coming off a 2006 Crossfire 6, and the rider-forw... Read Full Review
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