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    Polaris Trail Boss 325 type transmission x2!!
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    I've had a pair of these transmissions around since we pulled them out of Autumn.

    1x 2wd Trail Boss type transmission. (Also used in some Sportsman and Scrambler?)
    1x similar type transmission with broken case (Not capable of 50hp at race pace)
    3x or 4x misc sprockets for output
    1x mechanical speedo drive
    1x input shaft 'trans brake' converted for alternator pulley
    1x P90 secondary clutch (missing spring)
    ?x Grease and grime.

    Reference: Discussion about application
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    Polaris RAGER 570/1000 S Hybrid
    • Engine - 2016 RZR 1k XP
    • Transmission - RZR 1k XP
    • Chassis - 2012 RZR 570
    • Suspension -
      • Front: RZR 800S A-arms/Ranger 900 XP hubs
      • Rear: Ranger 900 XP A-arm/hubs

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    Re: Polaris Trail Boss 325 type transmission x2!!
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    What is the shifting pattern like? I have a home built electric car that would actually benefit from a Low/High gear ratio (and the reverse would save me electrical complexity). Is the Pattern H-L-N-R?

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    Re: Polaris Trail Boss 325 type transmission x2!!
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    I'm not sure. Would have to check, but leaving town for work until Fri.
    Polaris RAGER 570/1000 S Hybrid
    • Engine - 2016 RZR 1k XP
    • Transmission - RZR 1k XP
    • Chassis - 2012 RZR 570
    • Suspension -
      • Front: RZR 800S A-arms/Ranger 900 XP hubs
      • Rear: Ranger 900 XP A-arm/hubs

    https://www.minibuggy.net/forum/utv-a...ld-hybrid.html


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    Re: Polaris Trail Boss 325 type transmission x2!!
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    I'll take it anyway - sent you a PM with my address, no rush whenever you get a chance.
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    Re: Polaris Trail Boss 325 type transmission x2!!
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    Senior Member mech_head6's Avatar
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    Sent. Hope it helps!
    Polaris RAGER 570/1000 S Hybrid
    • Engine - 2016 RZR 1k XP
    • Transmission - RZR 1k XP
    • Chassis - 2012 RZR 570
    • Suspension -
      • Front: RZR 800S A-arms/Ranger 900 XP hubs
      • Rear: Ranger 900 XP A-arm/hubs

    https://www.minibuggy.net/forum/utv-a...ld-hybrid.html


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    Re: Polaris Trail Boss 325 type transmission x2!!
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    heck yeah I'll put it to good use!
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