The WV850 is the civilian version of the militaries MV850.
It lacks no Low end power even though it does not have a low gear.
It's a heavy beast at a dry weight of 1114 pounds Compared to the XP850 at a dry weight of 773
It has a fuel capacity of 11 gallons Compared to the XP850 with 5 gallons
I have found my personal WV850 gets about a 120 miles out of both tanks
The front rack holds 200 pounds rear rack hold 400 Compared to the XP850 which holds a 120 on front and 240 on back
I could park my Kawasaki bayou 220 on the back and it would be fine
I have had 3 people on back and barely felt it going Up Hills not too steep Not Doing anything stupid
With the beefed up suspension And the NPT tires rides like a Cadillac
The WV850 towing capacity is 1500 pounds same as the XP850 But with Beefed up suspension It can have a heavier tongue weight Pulling a 1500 pound load of logs easy.
The flat steel racks are awesome why on Earth they would ever make them out of round bars I don't know.
And I know you wanna hear about the tires Should I make you wait
They ride smooth And no the mud does not stay in them the scientifical force throws everything out to the side.
The snow and the ice seems to do the same thing I was expecting it to clog it up and then it ride horribleAs they spend the Synthetical force sends everything out.
as you go around the corner on stones it will pick Up stones in the tires and as you're driving it will throw them about 40' in the air. I wouldn't want to be the guy in front of me getting hit by one
When you go through water slowly the water goes in then comes out of the tire as it's about 3/4 of the way around It makes a very weird noise And looks kind of funny Mud's kind of similar but a little bit more sloppy.
And when you go round a corner on soft ground be careful the tires bite into the ground when they flex sideways.
I haven't come close to flipping it yet I hope I never do The sway bar is very heavy duty and as you're turning the 4 Wheeler does not really Tilt at all I have a feeling the weight helps too.
I guess Polaris thought it would be funny to put an Operating pressure on the side of the tire And what pressure to seat the Bead.
Modifications to my personal WV850
Better headlights When switches on low beam. At this point original headlights are just for the looks.
backup lights When switches on high beam. If you work outside at night a lot having lights is very nice.
rock lights Haven't installed switch yet I have 2 attached to the taillight at the moment so they're always on
4 way trailer plug for lights on trailer
Custom headlight guard with storage On the front
Custom rear rack sides. That way I worry less about my dogs going off Even though they never do without it.
trench shoveled just in case I need to dig myself out. I really need to put a machete on it keep forgetting to.
Cell phone holder must have. Because who doesn't have a cell phone.
If you run the Atak App you can see Where you got lost. And your friends and family.
Boy that is little bit long Isn't it
And if anybody needs any information from the service manual let me know And I'll post a pic of it
Engine Type: 4-Stroke SOHC Twin Cylinder
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injected
Transmission/Final Drive: Automatic PVT P/R/N/H Single Forward Gear; Shaft
Engine Braking System: Standard
Active Descent Control: Standard
Front Suspension: Dual A-Arm 9" (22.9 cm) Travel; heavy duty shocks
Rear Suspension Dual A-Arm, Rolled 10.25" (26 cm) Travel; heavy duty shocks
Front/Rear Brakes Single Lever 4-Wheel Hydraulic Discs with Hydraulic Rear Foot Brake
Parking Brake: Park in Transmission/Lockable Hand Lever
TIRES / WHEELS
Front Tires: 26 x 8-14 NPT
Rear Tires: 26 x 8-14 NPT
Wheels: NPT 8-spoke Cast Aluminum
DIMENSIONS / CAPACITIES
Wheelbase: 57" (144.8 CM)
Dry Weight: 1114 lbs (505.2 kg)
Overall Vehicle Size (L x W x H): 94.5 x 47.3 x 52 in (242.3 x 120.1 x 132.1 cm)
Ground Clearance: 11.25 in / 28.5 cm
Fuel Capacity: 5.25 gal (19.9 L) + 6.5 gal (24.6 L) reserve
Cooling: Higher Capacity Cooling System
Front/Rear Rack: 200 lbs (91 kg)/400 lbs (181 kg)
Payload Capacity: 850 lbs. (385.5 kg)
Towing Capacity: 1,500 lb (680.4 kg)
Unbraked Trailer Towing Capacity: N/A
Hitch/Type: Standard 2 in / 5 cm Receiver
Cargo System: Polaris powder coated black steel w/D-rings
Lighting: Triple 50w High Beam, Dual 50w Low Beam Headlights; Single Brakelight/Taillight
Electronic Power Steering: Standard
Fixed Front Winch: Standard
Shift Lever Lock: Standard - Military Based
Full Underbody Skidplate: Standard
Push Bumper: Standard - Military Based
Wider Foot Wells: Standard - Military Based
Enhanced Chassis: Standard - Military Based
Full Body Steel Exoskeleton: Standard - Military Based
Colors: Avalanche Gray
Any questions please ask that was a way Longer than I thought it was going to be I may have won a little overboard