We have two 2010 renegade 600 ETECs and one 2012 polaris 600 switchback pro-R.
When drag racing, the Polaris gets out to a 2-3 sled length lead in the first 100-150 feet, then the ETECs blow the Polaris away on a lake run.
Do we have a dog or are Cleanfire engines geared only for corner to corner runs?
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Your observations regarding the holeshot ability of the Polaris Switchback with its uncoupled rear skid are accurate.
We’ve found the Cleanfire 600 to be very competitive against the E-TEC 600 – I suspect you may have some clutching or belt issues with your SB.
Most often the Polaris Pro Ride sleds will holeshot the E-TEC and it usually takes speeds past 60-70 per to allow the E-TEC to catch up – from there we find the E-TEC does have more jam at the big end and can often win a full pull down a long lake.
Your situation seems like you may need a little tweak to your 600 Cleanfire. That’s how we see it here!
Hope this helps,