What is the difference between a pro R and a pro-s?
Identify in the molecules below all pairs/groups of hydrogens that are homotopic, enantiotopic, or diastereotopic. Groups other than hydrogens can be considered prochiral. The alcohol below has two prochiral methyl groups – the red one is pro-R, the blue is pro-S.
What is a Polaris Pro-S?
The 2020 Polaris Switchback PRO-S is the crossover sled you’ve been waiting for to give you the best of both worlds. Rider position is key to give you a sled that corners flat without sacrificing the fun factor or front end lift through bumps and powder. You’ll also get great handling both on and off trail.
How long is a Polaris Switchback Assault?
2019 Polaris Switchback Assault 800 144 Specifications
|Width (in/mm)||47 / 1194|
Did Polaris discontinue the rush?
There is still a 600 Switchback Pro-S and an 850 Switchback XCR, but the RUSH has been retired.
What do Snowmobiles cost?
You can expect to spend between $9,000 to $16,000 for a new snowmobile depending on the brand and model you choose. The average price paid for a new snowmobile is $12,600 but that number varies year after year. The main advantage of buying a new snowmobile is longevity and low maintenance.
What is Polaris Best Trail Sled?
Titan XC represents the most versatile Polaris around: Handling high speed trails, hauling heavy loads, deep snow hill climbing, and hard work out in the backcountry. The 800 Titan XC is an extreme, highly versatile snowmobile with the high performance, proven 800 H.O. engine.
What year did the Polaris Rush come out?
All RMK models are powered by two-stroke engines. The RMK was introduced in the 1996 model year by Polaris to compete in the mountain market.
Who makes Polaris helmets?
Polaris Industries Inc.
Polaris Industries Inc. acquired 509 Inc., maker of carbon fiber snowmobile helmets and other products, adding to its portfolio of accessory brands. 509, which started in Spokane, Wash., in 2004, joins brands like Klim, Kolpin and Pro-Armor that Polaris has acquired in recent years.