Polaris Scrambler 400 Specifications

by Cathel Hutchison
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The Scrambler 400 is a four wheel drive ATV first manufactured by Polaris in the late 1990s. The little brother of the more powerful Scrambler 500, the Polaris Scrambler 400 is able to reach a speed approaching 70 mph. It was originally released for an MSRP of $4,949.

General Engine and Transmission Specs

The Polaris Scrambler 400 has a one-cylinder, two-stroke engine with a displacement of 378 cc. It has a bore and stroke of 83 mm by 70 mm and is transverse mounted. The engine has digital ignition and a wet clutch. The engine is oil injected and uses a 34mm CV Mikuni carburetor.

Transmission and Fuel Capacity

The Polaris Scrambler 400 has the Polaris Variable Transmission, with forward and reverse. It has a fuel capacity of 4.0 gallons.

Brake and Suspension Specs

The Polaris Scrambler 400 uses a single-levered hydraulic disc for front brakes, and a foot-operated rear brake with a hydraulic, opposed-piston caliper and a rear-axle fixed disc. It has a hydraulic, all-wheel lock for a parking brake. The front suspension in the Scrambler 400 is MacPherson strut, with 8.2 inches of travel. The rear suspension uses a progressive-rate swing arm with 10.5 inches of travel.

Dimension, Weight, and Tire Specs

The Scrambler 400 has a length of 74.5 inches, a height of 47.0 inches, a width of 46.5 inches, a weight of 481 lb., and a wheelbase of 49.75 inches. The front tires are 23/R and the rear tires are 22/11 R10. It can tow 850 lb.

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