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2021 Polaris 850 Switchback XCR

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Specification

Condition New/Used
Stock Number PS805230
Year 2021
Make Polaris
Model 850 Switchback XCR
Vehicle Type Snowmobile
Category Performance
VIN: SN1DDL8R3MC805230

Engine

Bore 85 mm
Stroke 74 mm
Cylinders-Displacement (cc) 2 – 840 cc
Cooling Liquid Cooled
Exhaust Single, 3 Stage VES w/ Smart Actuator
Fuel System Cleanfire Injection
Ignition Patriot 3DS

Description

Details

Polaris Switchback XCR 850

 

Race-Ready Strength & Durability

Features may include:

Rider Balanced Control

By placing the rider in the right location on the sled, we’ve built a sled that corners flat without sacrificing the fun factor of lifting the front end through the bumps or powder. More precise handling both on- and off-trail. Polaris Switchback XCR 850 . Keeps a rider aware of sled operating conditions and other important information. Large buttons can be operated with gloved hands and the brightly lit display is easily readable in all light conditions. When developing the AXYS platform, our engineers minimized weight throughout the sled without compromising strength or durability.

 

AXYS Chassis

The AXYS chassis design is the key to delivering rider balanced control through the right rider positioning and centralized vehicle mass. The rider’s hand position is moved 4.5″ forward, the feet position is 2″ forward, the knee position is 4.5″ forward, and the seat is 4.5″ forward. This means more bite for flatter cornering when in the neutral riding position and a lighter front end for climbing on top of the snow or the moguls when the rider shifts to the back of the sled. Keeps a rider aware of sled operating conditions and other important information. Large buttons can be operated with gloved hands and the brightly lit display is easily readable in all light conditions. When developing the AXYS platform, our engineers minimized weight throughout the sled without compromising strength or durability.

PRO-XC Rear Suspension with Polaris Race Technology

The PRO-XC progressive-rate rear suspension is optimized for the best performance and control. Through innovative Polaris engineering, the suspension is both lighter and stronger. The front torque arm is rearward to control pitch, increase travel, and improve the rail profile. To increase durability and strength for extreme performance, the Switchback XCR features additional race-inspired components including: Chromoly Rear Pivot, FTS Mount, Solid Jackshaft, Chromoly Front Torque Arm, Reinforced Rail Beams, Solid Bogie Wheels, and IQR Rear Axle Wheels. Keeps a rider aware of sled operating conditions and other important information. Large buttons can be operated with gloved hands and the brightly lit display is easily readable in all light conditions. When developing the AXYS platform, our engineers minimized weight throughout the sled without compromising strength or durability.

 

Unrivaled Acceleration

When developing the AXYS platform, our engineers minimized weight throughout the sled without compromising strength. Combined with powerful engines and class-leading power-to-weight ratios, the Switchback XCR gives you the best go-anywhere versatility. Polaris Switchback XCR 850.

Keeps a rider aware of sled operating conditions and other important information. Large buttons can be operated with gloved hands and the brightly lit display is easily readable in all light conditions. When developing the AXYS platform, our engineers minimized weight throughout the sled without compromising strength or durability.

 

Lightweight Design

When developing the AXYS platform, our engineers minimized weight throughout the sled without compromising strength or durability.

Liberty Engine Choices for Every Rider
Built to integrate seamlessly with the lightweight and agile Polaris chassis, Liberty engines feature class-leading power-to-weight ratios and set a new benchmark for ultimate performance with our complete line-up of powerful options. Keeps a rider aware of sled operating conditions and other important information. Large buttons can be operated with gloved hands and the brightly lit display is easily readable in all light conditions. When developing the AXYS platform, our engineers minimized weight throughout the sled without compromising strength or durability.

Rider-Centric Comfort

With ergonomic controls, integrated storage, enhanced wind protection, and industry-first LED headlights and gauge packages, comfort is woven directly into the AXYS platform’s design.

Keeps a rider aware of sled operating conditions and other important information. Large buttons can be operated with gloved hands and the brightly lit display is easily readable in all light conditions. When developing the AXYS platform, our engineers minimized weight throughout the sled without compromising strength or durability.

 

AXYS Performance Seat

The high-performance seat foam and narrow front design of the AXYS Performance seat delivers greater maneuverability. It’s lighter without compromising comfort, offers improved ergonomics and stability, and its gripper top material helps keep the rider in place.

 

WER Shocks

WER Compression Adjustable Piggyback Needle Shocks with Switchback XCR valving are more tune-able and allow you to adjust compression to suit your riding styles and the day’s conditions. They are the most durable in extremely rough terrain at high speeds.

 

Polaris MessageCenter Gauge

Keeps a rider aware of sled operating conditions and other important information. Large buttons can be operated with gloved hands and the brightly lit display is easily readable in all light conditions. When developing the AXYS platform, our engineers minimized weight throughout the sled without compromising strength or durability.

Ski-Doo’s track is also an inch wider than the Polaris track, which provides a little better flotation while the Polaris track will provide a little better sidehilling. This exclusive and industry-leading full color display provides important information and capabilities to the rider such as: sled performance, Bluetooth, GPS mapping, Clock, and LH Control. This gauge comes as an option on some models and is also available as an accessory.

 

 

Polaris Interactive Digital Display

This exclusive and industry-leading full color display provides important information and capabilities to the rider such as: sled performance, Bluetooth, GPS mapping, Clock, and LH Control. This gauge comes as an option on some models and is also available as an accessory.

Keeps a rider aware of sled operating conditions and other important information. Large buttons can be operated with gloved hands and the brightly lit display is easily readable in all light conditions. When developing the AXYS platform, our engineers minimized weight throughout the sled without compromising strength or durability. Polaris Switchback XCR 850

Specification

Condition New/Used
Stock Number PS805230
Year 2021
Make Polaris
Model 850 Switchback XCR
Vehicle Type Snowmobile
Category Performance
VIN SN1DDL8R3MC805230

Engine

Bore 85 mm
Stroke 74 mm
Cylinders-Displacement (cc) 2 – 840 cc
Cooling Liquid Cooled
Exhaust Single, 3 Stage VES w/ Smart Actuator
Fuel System Cleanfire Injection
Ignition Patriot 3DS

Drivetrain

Drive System Chaincase
Drive/Driven Clutch P-85 / TEAM LWT

Suspension

Shocks WER 2″ Velocity Hi-Lo
Suspension AXYS Front Suspension
Track Shock WER 2″ C/A Hi-Lo
Travel (in./cm.) 9.3 in (23.6 cm)
Suspension PRO-XC
Rear Track Shock WER 2″ Velocity Hi-Lo
Rear Travel (in./cm.) 13.6 in (34.5 cm)

Brake

Disc Brake Type AXYS Race Radial

Dimensions

Dimensions Riser Type: 3.5 in (89mm) Fixed
Height 46 in (116.8 cm)
Length 121 in (307.4 cm)
Width 47 in (119.4 cm)
Ski Center Distance (in./cm.) 42.5 in (108 cm)
Track (WxLxH in.) 15 x 136 x 1.25″ Ice Ripper XT / 15 x 136 x 1.35″ Cobra / 15 x 136 x 1.75″ Backcountry

Capacities

Fuel Capacity 12 gal (45.4 L)
Seating Capacity 1

Weights

Estimated Dry Weight (lbs./kgs.) 472 lb (214 kg)

Color

Color/Graphics Polaris Blue, Black, INDY Red

Features

Ski Type PRO-STEER
12v-DC Outlet / RCA Outlet Accessory
Electric Start Option
Fuel Gauge Type Electronic
Hand & Thumb Warmers Standard Adjustable
Handlebars One Piece IQR Hooked
Heated Passenger Grips Accessory
Mirrors Accessory
Reverse PERC
Seat Type AXYS Performance | Passenger: Accessory
Security System Option / Accessory
Speedometer Polaris MessageCenter Gauge, Polaris Interactive Digital Display
Tachometer Polaris MessageCenter Gauge, Polaris Interactive Digital Display
Temp/Low Oil Light Polaris MessageCenter Gauge, Polaris Interactive Digital Display
Windshield AXYS Low 7″ Black / AXYS Mid 18.5″ Smoke
Features Storage: Accessory | Rear Rack/Tow Hitch: Accessory

 

Keep in mind that the available speed on a Polaris Snowmobile depends on many factors. We’ve compiled the most important factors into this list;

Model year of the sled
The condition of the sled
Modifications
Settings
Colling System (Liquid0cooled vs. fan-cooled)
Type of guel
Track size/ Studs
Gross weight of the sled
Rider’s weight
Terrain
Snow conditions
Ambient temperature
Humidity
Wind
Altitude

 

COMPARE & CONTRAST SKI-DOO VS POLARIS

1) Suspension

This is where the design of the platform gets magnified. For the Polaris AXYS, it’s a rigid design—stiff and precise. For the Ski-Doo Rev Gen4, it’s a flexible design—soft and easy. Both platforms are designed specifically for mountain riding. Both suspensions are light and open in an effort to reduce snow buildup. Yet both work reasonably well down the trail. The real measure is how they handle in the snow. Polaris requires a combination of body English and throttle. You don’t need to lean too hard to set an edge, but you need to balance your weight position and your throttle to hold it. Ski-Doo is a little easier to initiate a turn since it’s slightly slower to react. For many, it’s just easier to control. Polaris Switchback XCR 850

 

2) Running Boards

At first glance, you may wonder “what running boards?” There’s really not a lot of material on either. But both offer great footing and tend to do a great job in eliminating snow buildup. Ski-Doo boards are a tad bit wider and tend to offer a better working platform. That said, they also tend to hang up a bit in the snow. Since Polaris boards are narrower, they tend to glide better through the snow. Both allow you to work the edges, which allow you to use your legs for leverage. Polaris has a bar at the front where you can hook your tow for leverage. However, some snowmobilers find this bar counterproductive because you can also get your foot caught up on it if you lose your balance.

 

3) Track

Polaris has a 3.0-inch Series 7 track that features a paddle pattern of rows of two with them off-setting from the left side to right side. Ski-Doo has a 3-inch Powder Light with FlexEdge that features a pattern of two and one off-set. The flexible track (working in harmony with the flexible suspension) allows the Ski-Doo track to roll on its side with ease. Ski-Doo’s track is also an inch wider than the Polaris track, which provides a little better flotation while the Polaris track will provide a little better sidehilling. This exclusive and industry-leading full color display provides important information and capabilities to the rider such as: sled performance, Bluetooth, GPS mapping, Clock, and LH Control. This gauge comes as an option on some models and is also available as an accessory. Polaris Switchback XCR 850

 

4) Handlebars

You would think that this is one place where both companies could come to an agreement in design. Yet when you mount each sled you clearly see a difference in design. The Ski-doo handlebars are clean. There seems to be more room for adjusting the throttle, brake and kill switch. The curved ends tend to feel more natural to the hand. Polaris bars tend to be crowded with the throttle, brake and kill switch (since the mountain bar takes up more space). The hooks on the end are basically at right angles and can crowd your little fingers.

 

5) Side Panel Latches

On each side panel there are two three latches on both the Polaris and the Ski-Doo. Two are the same, one is a little different. The Polaris latches are the easier ones to use. Although the two latches on Ski-Doo are quite easy to use, the third latch located down by your feet can be quite stubborn and is usually a pain to open.

Ski-Doo’s track is also an inch wider than the Polaris track, which provides a little better flotation while the Polaris track will provide a little better sidehilling. This exclusive and industry-leading full color display provides important information and capabilities to the rider such as: sled performance, Bluetooth, GPS mapping, Clock, and LH Control. This gauge comes as an option on some models and is also available as an accessory.

 

 

6) Starting

On any given ride, you will start and stop your snowmobile dozens of times. And in the past, that meant pulling the rope multiple times a day. Ski-Doo has introduced SHOT, which allows you to start your sled at a push of a button … which really beats pulling a rope. If you want that ease with Polaris, you have to install electric start … which comes with some added weight and is not nearly as cool as SHOT. Ski-Doo has also doubled-up on the function of the SHOT button to multitask as the reverse button. Ski-Doo has also replaced the key system with a coded tether system. This is not only safer for the rider, but also much more secure as an anti-theft for the sled.

 

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