Hard Turning Polaris IQs

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If you’re looking for a way to reduce the steering effort on your 2005-2006 Polaris IQ (A-arm) machine, Holz Racing Products (HRP) in Lynden,...

If you’re looking for a way to reduce the steering effort on your 2005-2006 Polaris IQ (A-arm) machine, Holz Racing Products (HRP) in Lynden, WA has developed a set of lightweight spindles to cure your problem.
The HRP “IQ EZ-Steer Aluminum Spindles” offer improved geometry for better handling and greatly reduced steering effort for the Polaris IQ sleds. Spindles are CNC machined from aluminum extrusion and anodized black for corrosion resistance, reducing the unsprung weight by almost 2 pounds! Included are delrin bushings for the ski pivots. Newly revised version fits both ’05 & ’06 with stock or HRP a-arms. Cost for the complete kit is $299.

  • Ryan Kiechle

    February 6, 2007 #1 Author

    I installed these on my 2006 Fusion 900. What they appear to do is push the SKI forward, this makes them closer to the ’07 layout. What this does for the sled is transform it from a corner pushing pain in the arm, to what I am used to from Polaris; a “like you are on rails” experience… (I also replaced the stock skis with USI X2, but that is another story)

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