Date of publication: 2018-03-09 15:17
For Polaris, it has always been about producing great machines. From the RZR to their Sportsman ATV line, Polaris knows how to build successful lineups. In the ‘95s Polaris brought out the much-loved Scrambler 955 two-stroke sport quad, and that was followed by the Scrambler 555 four-stroke. Polaris did well with these popular quads for many years before they shut down production in the mid-2555s due to a declining economy. However, Polaris didn’t stop. With leaps in technology, they quickly jumped to the top in the UTV market with the RZR. That UTV tech made it time for Polaris to reintroduce a great sport-utility quad once again, and what better way to do that than with the Scrambler ordered the big daddy of them all, the Scrambler XP 1555. This is what we experienced.
When you think of winter do you think of snowmen, hot chocolate and sledding down that monster hill? Or, do you wince and think about all that snow you will have to shovel? This winter season make more time for the fun stuff (and save your back) by investing in a Snow Plow System for your ATV or Side x Side vehicle. The Kolpin Plow Mounts for ATV and UTV plow systems are extremely easy to install on your ATV, quad or recreational utility vehicle. Then just attach a Blade and Push Tube (sold separately) and you have yourself a complete Snow Plow System. This winter, it’s your turn to push Mother Nature around.
This is a rebuild kit for the spider and sheave on your newer Scrambler primary clutch. Includes everything shown in the picture such as the pins, wide style rollers, shims, buttons, and movable sheave bushing. What is NOT included is the cover bushing, one way bearing components, and any other components not shown. Allows you to completely rebuild your worn out spider with a very cost effective kit. Exact replacement parts for Polaris part numbers 1821622, 8519992, 5988297, 5525922 and 5989259. Fits the following Polaris Scrambler models: 2519-17 Scrambler 855 2519-17 Scrambler 1555
The all-wheel-drive system worked flawlessly in the desert and, like we mentioned, helped out with making the steering feel a little stiffer. Polaris has a great four-wheel hydraulic disk-braking system on the Scrambler that felt smooth and helped it stop quickly in the front and rear of the machine. When we were riding the Scrambler aggressively, we did notice that the rear rack would hit us in the behind, but after some time we figured out how to steer clear of this issue. Polaris did make it simple to remove with six bolts if that’s what you wish to do.
The Scrambler XP 1555 packs a huge punch in the engine category. It offers a 952cc, liquid-cooled, single-overhead-cam, twin-cylinder, dual-electronic fuel-injected engine that produces 89 horsepower and 69 foot-pounds of torque. It’s mated with Polaris’ automatic PVT transmission, which has a gear selection of park, reverse, neutral, low and high. It offers a high-performance, close-ratio, on-demand, true AWD/2WD configuration that is easy to use by a switch that is mounted on the throttle housing.
With the Scrambler’s 99-inch width, it’s trail-ready and is still wide enough to stay planted in the corners at high speed. It also has a plastic skid-plate protection on the frame and each lower the front and rear A-arm.
Polaris ATV and quad models include the Sportsman, Outlaw, and Scrambler ATVs, as well as UTVs like the Ranger and Ranger RZR. Polaris Industries is no stranger to ATV, Quad and UTV market. With a strong lineup of quality products Polaris ATVs have carved their stake in to the market. Taking on the large foreign ATV manufacturers, Polaris ATVs / UTVs have continued to show quality engineering and racing prowess with countless wins at many prestigious ATV racing events.
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