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    i dont want to appear stupid, but what all engines are in the two polaris engine families (fuji and domestic. am i missing any?)thanks for your help!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mossbergman View Post
    i dont want to appear stupid, but what all engines are in the two polaris engine families (fuji and domestic. am i missing any?)thanks for your help!
    fuji-650-750-780-785 dom-700-800-900-1050-1200

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    Quote Originally Posted by mossbergman View Post
    am i missing any?
    Don't forget the 4 strokes... 750cc 2 cylinder Webers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starflight View Post
    Don't forget the 4 strokes... 750cc 2 cylinder Webers.
    I know absolutely nothing about the 4stroke ski's

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    So the 1200 pro is domestic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowsniper View Post
    So the 1200 pro is domestic?
    Absolutely!

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    Is this the engine your referring too?






    With its extremely compact and powerful MPE 750 two cylinder 4-stroke Multi-Purpose Engine, Weber Motor presents the first member of a group of outstanding engines. Due to the remarkable design, the Weber 4-stroke engines have a power-to-weight ratio similar to that of 2-stroke engines but without the typical disadvantages of high fuel consumption, noise, emissions and short service life. This concept allows Weber Motor to position itself successfully in the market as a manufacturer of highly-efficient engines packages for both automotive and non-automotive applications.

    Additional features such as power take-off on either engine end, reversible cylinder head, and the broad performance range of the MPE 750 from 15 kW to 100 kW allow for engine usage in the most varying applications. Owing to its flexible engine concept, the Weber engine is perfectly suitable for passenger cars, ATVs, snowmobiles, motorcycles and marine applications as well as for composite engines and hybrid drives. The engine control system enables optimal adaptation for the various operating conditions.

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    Yup. The turbo charged MSX110 and 150s.

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    Were these the same engines Randy had at the world finals booth he had set up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowsniper View Post
    Were these the same engines Randy had at the world finals booth he had set up?
    I'm not sure about this year, but he had them last yr at the WF.

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