2001 Polaris 325 Oil Specsby Breann Kanobi
The Polaris Trail Boss 325 was manufactured in the early 2000s. The 2001 model, an all-terrain vehicle, has a Gen II style body. A single-cylinder engine powers the ATV. Available accessories include a windshield, seat cover and speedometer. Though the vehicle is no longer manufactured, you can purchase it used online or by looking through your local classified ads.
The ATV has a gear case oil capacity of 11 ounces and an engine oil capacity of 1.9 quarts. Oil cooler makes up 0.2 quarts of this amount.
Any synthetic oil type works to power the Polaris ATV.
During typical use, you must change the ATV's oil after every 50 hours of driving.
The engine uses a wet sump lubrication and has a displacement of 324. The compression ratio is 9.0:1. An air fan with an assisted oil cooler helps keep the engine at the proper temperature. The gas tank holds up to 3.7 gallons of fuel.
At 845 pounds, the ATV is of a medium size. The rear weight is 125 pounds and the torque weight is 30 pounds. The vehicle has a ground clearance of 5.5 inches. It is 46 inches tall and 71.5 inches long.
Hydraulic front, rear, auxiliary and park brakes keep the vehicle in place. The Polaris ATV has headlights, rear lights and brake lights. An electric start comes standard. Indicators include high beam, high temp, neutral and reverse.
Breann Kanobi has worked as freelance writer since 2010. Kanobi regularly submits content online to Gamer DNA. Kanobi received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in film and television from New York University in 2010.