2012 Polaris Outlaw 90 Review

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Polaris Scrambler 90

Ergonomically, Polaris went a larger than some of its The cockpit won’t overwhelm 13-year-olds, but it leaves a bit more for the rider to grow into. The are perhaps a bit too tall while but nothing too objectionable. The seat is and flat, offering a good of padding. Full floorboards, tall, wide foot allow plenty of room for feet to pivot; metal would be nice, though.

The kickstarter position protrudes your ankle and the left of the engine’s lower end.

At five feet tall, felt right at home on the commenting “This thing perfect for me.” After some warm-up time we started filming, Wingate hit the and was immediately hard on the gas, feeling confident aboard the 90.

Intended for riders 13 years and up, the Outlaw 90’s chassis is similar to the original two-… 90, introduced back in 2001. Its significant update happened in when its two-… engine was for today’s 89cc, two-valve, overhead cam, air-cooled, … mill. The Outlaw is to fire up, thanks to its pushbutton starting, with kickstarter

A left side handlebar-mounted controls the carburetor’s choke for cold starts.

A fully automatic transmission the Outlaw in the meat of the power, learning. The right side-mounted selector makes choosing forward, neutral, and reverse although it looks a bit outdated. lights for neutral and reverse are on the handlebar cover.

The engine’s low RPM power and smooth low RPM CVT engagement the Outlaw to get rolling smoothly and with minimal throttle. the thumb throttle limiter down to around 7 mph, the can take off and cruise around on ground easily, making it for first-time riders.

Unrestricted, the engine produces a good of power over a wide RPM It starts pulling right off and revs up well for its class. who most recently rode a 90, was surprised how well the four-…

There’s enough performance to let an rider rip through the trees or a tame track at a fun clip. The and CVT transmission make the 90 a decent so it transitions well from the yard to the trails.

Dimensionally, the 90 is slightly larger than of its competitors at 36.75 inches with a wheelbase of 41.5 Its 27-inch seat height is low when considering its length and Its extra size adds up to a dry that’s a bit heavier than of its 90cc four-… CVT competitors. At 274 it’s around ten pounds than the Yamaha Raptor 90 .

The chassis features a tubular frame, with the expected axle-equipped rear swingarm. The end’s design is a bit dated, single A-arms. Our experience us that single A-arms more bump steer and scrub as the suspension goes its travel.

Polaris Scrambler 90
Polaris Scrambler 90

Suspension travel are good, though, with inches up front and six out back. adjustable shocks are used at ends.

The Outlaw’s dimensions add up to a handling ATV. Body isn’t a problem on the 90, yielding a feeling on off-camber trails and corners. High-speed, straight-line is also good. Steering is decent with a typical rider.

Taller riders will more front-end push.

its impressive suspension travel we wish the shocks offered a bit performance. The front end was notably over small bumps, and rocks. The front shocks did a better job of dealing with landings. The rear shock is way dampened on small bumps or and bottoms out on jump landings.

the available travel, the Outlaw is the candidate for low cost, aftermarket

Dual mechanical drum up front and a single drum in the rear slow the Outlaw. The are independently operated via the handlebar-mounted Acceleration and braking forces are to the ground via 18×9.5-8 rear and front Duro tires, on stamped steel wheels.

Polaris Scrambler 90
Polaris Scrambler 90
Polaris Scrambler 90
Polaris Scrambler 90
Polaris Scrambler 90
Polaris Scrambler 90

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