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Polaris  Scrambler 50  ATV Standard General Specifications

General Specifications
Make Polaris Model Scrambler 50
Year 2003 Engine 2-stroke single Fan-cooled,
MSRP $1999.00 USD Displacement CC 49.00
Type ATV Standard Displacement Cubic Inches 2.99
Front Suspension A-arm with 4.25 in. travel Rear Suspension Swing arm single shock with 4.25 in. travel
Engine and Components
Engine 2-stroke single Fan-cooled, Cubic Centimeters 49
Cubic Inches 2.9901634609 Bore and Stroke 1.57 inch × 1.54 inch
Induction H68K
Cooling Fan
Drivetrain
Transmission Automatic (Forward)
Clutch Wet, cable operated Final Drive Chain
Wheels and Tires
Front Tire 16x8-7 (2 psi) Rear Tire 16x8-7 (2psi)
Weights and Measures
Dry Weight LBS 211.00 Dry Weight KG 95.71
Fuel Capacity US Gallons 1.3 Fuel Capacity Litre 4.92
Wheel Base 35.4
Seat Height MM 660.40
Seat Height Inches 26.00
About
The Polaris Sportsman 90 Scrambler 50 and new Predator 90 are “The Way Out” for young riders. Designed for family fun and rider safety, all three models include the highest level of safety features of all available youth models in the industry. Polaris Youth ATVs are designed for family fun and rider safety. Each model includes additional safety equipment at no additional cost: a helmet, whip flag, rider safety training and instructional video ($200 value). Available in three models: new Predator 90, Sportsman 90, Scrambler 50.
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