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SlingshotT15AASFAACSlingshot Metallic$19,999.00CHANGE
Stock Wheels2743Stock Wheels$0.00CHANGE
Stock Windshield2803no windshield on model$0.00CHANGE

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Love the Titanium. Deposit down on initial shipment with all the features of the SL plus the interior light kit. Paid SL price...dealer keeps base tires and no labor charge to add wheel kit, infotainment kit, blade shield and interior light kit.
 

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Love the Titanium. Deposit down on initial shipment with all the features of the SL plus the interior light kit. Paid SL price...dealer keeps base tires and no labor charge to add wheel kit, infotainment kit, blade shield and interior light kit.
Super!! Happy for you...show a picture of you and your machine when you receive it!
 

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If the rims/wheels are part of your DIY upgrade I think you would need to have the traction control module reprogrammed due to the differences in diameters.
 

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Now that's the question isn't it? Seeing how the base and SL models have different tire sizes, I would think that Polaris left a little wiggle room. I'm not sure they would go to the trouble (expense) of having two different programs. Would they?
 

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Now that's the question isn't it? Seeing how the base and SL models have different tire sizes, I would think that Polaris left a little wiggle room. I'm not sure they would go to the trouble (expense) of having two different programs. Would they?
Good question!
 

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Now that's the question isn't it? Seeing how the base and SL models have different tire sizes, I would think that Polaris left a little wiggle room. I'm not sure they would go to the trouble (expense) of having two different programs. Would they?
If looks were the result of this image should be two programs ... but sell the kit and rims Premium tire to put on the SS base ... so the question remains!
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Hmm, thinking out loud here. There may be different programming between the two, otherwise there would be an error in one versions speedometer. Not sure what percentage, but it would be there. So it's either a difference in ecu program or a cog or two on the belt drive. Thoughts? Or how about I quit hijacking this thread?
 

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Excellent question . We'll have to find out once we get them in our hands. Plan on trying to stay same size other then wider. Rear tire. I want to add 100 hp to the motor.Turbo all the way. Shocks, exhaust.
 

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Well that's interesting, I just assumed that they had the same rolling radius.

That would be a pretty big gearing difference, so my guess is that it's different sized sprockets on the bevel drive.

If someone is ambitious they could look through the available pic's and see if that's detectable.
 
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