Artic-Polaris was the big dog in snowmobiles but there were some interesting little dogs__Rupp for instance partnered with Tohatsu to build some scary fast machines and even Kohler built some snowmobile engines.<quoted text>
You were saying that Polaris didn't make snowmobiles!! DUH
Would you like to see your post where you said it, nitwit??
The same source you used said Subaru makes the engines.
"Robin (a subsidiary of Fuji Heavy Industries, which is the owner of Subaru) develops and supplies all-terrain vehicle (ATV) and snowmobile engines for U.S.-based leisure equipment maker Polaris Industries Inc."
GFY, son. First you lie about their even making snowmobiles, then you deny that Subaru makes their engines. The in-house powerplants are Robin plants, a subsidiary of Fuji heavy Industries, Japan.
""Fuji Heavy Industries now also maintains a US based production plant, in conjunction with Polaris, so that all engines are now American Made.""
They make them in America, but they're Japanese designs. DUH
Honda's are American made too, but the profits go to the Japanese Company that owns Honda. DUH
You really couldn't be any more stupid. I love seeing you squirm.
Keep up the good stupid work.
Face it, you drive a rice burner snowmobile, nitwit!! Of course, you deny that Polaris makes snowmobiles!!
Styay ignorant, you do a very good job of it!!
The Robins were/are the most sound engines however. Fuji Heavy Industries is a very interesting company. Malcomb Brickln, who brought (helped bring) Subaru to North America lives down here and is still chasing his auto schemes/dreams.
He'll never find another one like Subaru, "they go in snow."
Timing is everything!
The spare tire mounted on top of the engine was kinda weird.