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Polaris  Trail Boss 330  ATV Utility General Specifications

General Specifications
Make Polaris Model Trail Boss 330
Year 2003 Engine 4-stroke single Air-cooled w/fan assist oil cooler
MSRP $3699.00 USD Displacement CC 330.00
Type ATV Utility Displacement Cubic Inches 20.14
Front Suspension MacPherson strut 6.7 in. travel Rear Suspension Progressive rate swing arm 9.0 in. travel
Engine and Components
Engine 4-stroke single Air-cooled w/fan assist oil cooler Cubic Centimeters 330
Cubic Inches 20.137835553
Induction 34mm - CV Mikuni
Cooling Air
Transmission PVT (Polaris Variable Transmission) F/N/R
Final Drive Concentric Chain
Gear Ratio Sprockets 3.64 Chain Size 520
Front Sprocket 11 Rear Sprocket 40
Wheels and Tires
Front Tire 23 x 7-10 Rear Tire 22 x 11-10
Weights and Measures
Dry Weight LBS 505.00 Dry Weight KG 229.06
Fuel Capacity US Gallons 3.25 Fuel Capacity Litre 12.30
Wheel Base 49.5
Seat Height MM 863.60
Seat Height Inches 34.00
A Full-Sized ATV And Best Value In Its Class. Trail Boss is consistently the best selling automatic 2-wheel drive ATV. Unlike other machines in its class it’s a full-size, adult ATV. For 2003, it gets a new Polaris 330 engine—up to 100 cc’s larger than competitive machines—plus a new front and rear racks and bumper. Trail Boss is also the only ATV in its class with long-travel suspensions and easy single-lever braking. Trail Boss is a full sized, easy and fun to ride, with reliable performance and an affordable price tag. Trail Boss features the worlds best-selling automatic transmission (PVT) and smooth-riding, long-travel front and rear suspension.

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