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    Polaris Lives!



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    hehe, look at this site Randy showed me, notice anything Polaris??
    http://www.fusionmotorcompany.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    hehe, look at this site Randy showed me, notice anything Polaris??
    http://www.fusionmotorcompany.com/

    hrmmm right down the street...imma have to take a look at this place

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    Sounds like the rental business is about to have a surge in watercraft.Wow talk about a budget ski eh.I know if I was in the rental business I would probably buy quite a few.I say bring on the products so that others can enjoy this sport and not go bankrupt.Finally a true affordable ski for people who necessarily can't afford the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    hehe, look at this site Randy showed me, notice anything Polaris??
    http://www.fusionmotorcompany.com/
    Well, I do see a few Polaris promotional images in the photo bar.

    What surprises me is the Fusion engine specs seem rather old school. Carbs, fixed rate oil injection, limited spark advance...

    Output (Approx.)
    66 kw @ 6,350 rpm / 88 hp @ 6,350 rpm
    Engine Type
    2-Cylinder; 2-Stroke
    Bore X Stroke
    64.0 mm X 68.0 mm / 2.520 in X 2.677 in
    Displacement
    754 cc / 46.0 ci
    Minimum Fuel Oct.
    86 PON / 90 RON
    Max Fuel Consumption
    38 LPH / 10 GPH
    Carburetion *
    Single Mikuni SBN 44 mm
    Induction Type *
    Reed Valve
    Scavenging Type
    Loop-Charge
    Exhaust Type *
    Water Cooled Dry-Pipe to Waterbox
    Lubrication Style *
    Fixed Rate Oil Injection
    Oil Ratio
    50:1 @ Full Throttle
    Oil Type
    TCW-3 or Compatible
    Cooling Type
    Open-Loop Water
    Starting Type *
    Electrical
    Ignition Style *
    Digital CDI
    Compression Ratio
    6.6:1
    Spark Advance Curve
    15 - 20 Degrees
    Spark Plug Type *
    NGK-Style BR8HS
    Spark Plug Gap
    0.6 mm - 0.7 mm / 0.023 in - 0.027 in
    Charging System *
    Flywheel / Magneto
    PTO / Coupler Style *
    Yamaha 701/760 Compatible
    Min. Length (Approx.)
    76 cm / 30 in
    Min. Width (Approx.)
    50 cm / 20 in
    Min. Height (Approx.)
    45 cm / 18 in
    Weight (Approx.)
    39 kg / 85 lb
    Engine Mounting Bed *
    Yamaha 701/760 Compatible

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    Quote Originally Posted by enforcer View Post
    Sounds like the rental business is about to have a surge in watercraft.
    Wow talk about a budget ski eh. I know if I was in the rental business I would probably buy quite a few.
    I say bring on the products so that others can enjoy this sport and not go bankrupt.
    Finally a true affordable ski for people who necessarily can't afford the best.
    I wonder what PWC clone success would mean for PWC resale values in a few years. If there is a flood of cheap new, and used, Fusions (or whatever brand), then supply vs. demand will change, and with it pricing of all similar used PWC.

    Even if these things tend to fall apart, there would still (and quickly) be a lot for sale used, even cheaper if they get a bad reputation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyA View Post
    Would that be the same size as the Hurricane?
    Or smaller?
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    pick any name you like
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    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/POLARIS-SEAMA...QQcmdZViewItem

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    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/BRAND-NEW-JET...QQcmdZViewItem

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    sure there's more
    another 3 or 4 years, they'l be the most popular PWC on the planet
    Last edited by Dazz67; 11-14-2007 at 05:58 PM.

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    This is the same brand a guy over on PWCtoday paid for and never received! You can bet he got no sympathy from anyone who knows better than to buy a piece of cr ap with no service and parts availability! Rental companies look for dependable not cheap sh it and I bet they didn't pay for one mold or design right they just copied them like they do everything else

    yes I'm done!
    Last edited by ZMANN; 11-14-2007 at 06:24 PM.

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