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  1. 2010 Polaris RANGER and RANGER RZR Line Up New Products, More Power and ROPS Certified Cabs Model Year 2010 brings more significant changes to Polaris’ RANGER line up with the introduction of two new utility RANGER Side-by-Sides, increased power to existing models, more redesigns, a RANGER XP with power steering and a faster top speed for RANGER RZR. All 2010 RANGERs and RANGER RZRs also come standard with a ROPS Certified Cab. “With the introduction of two new products, more power for the utility line, the redesigned RANGER CREW and 6x6, and a new top speed for RANGER RZR, the 2010 line up picks up where the 2009 line up left off,” said Matt Homan, vice president and general manager of Polaris’ Off-Road division. “We continue to innovate our RANGER line to offer the most extensive Side-by-Side offering in the industry.” Polaris RANGER 400 New for 2010, Polaris is introducing the value-priced, Midsize RANGER 400 and the company’s first electric vehicle, RANGER EV. Both of these units share the same, smaller, two-seat chassis, that fits in the back of a pickup truck, with many of the hardest working, smoothest riding features of their full-sized counterparts: On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive with VersaTrac, Independent Rear Suspension, heavy duty front end protection, high ground clearance and the longest suspension travel in their class. The RANGER 400, although smaller in stature, delivers on the RANGER promise of “hardest working” with real work capabilities such as 500 lbs of cargo capacity, 1,000 lbs payload and 1,250 lbs. of towing, at an attractive $7,999 MSRP. The RANGER 400’s smaller size, 455cc high output, carbureted engine and value price make it an attractive work partner for hunting, farming, maintaining acreage or doing chores around the property. It boasts 29 horsepower and a top speed of 40 mph offering the rider plenty of get-up-and-go to ride to that favorite hunting spot, haul feed to livestock or just take a leisurely ride down the trail. Its On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive ensures it can tackle muddy pastures or rutted, rocky hunting trails, while the VersaTrac ensures you don’t tear up the grass. With a full-line of PURE Polaris products including Lock & Ride accessories, cabs, plows and a speed-regulating, Speed Key, the RANGER 400 can be outfitted to get any job done. To complement its hard work ethic, the RANGER 400 has smoothest riding features such as Independent Rear Suspension, long suspension travel and high ground clearance to ensure a smooth ride and less fatigue on the operator and passenger, making it a true “Hardest Working, Smoothest Riding” Midsize RANGER. Polaris RANGER EV Sharing the same chassis as the RANGER 400, the all-new RANGER EV electric Side-by- Side is a first for Polaris. The unit features the largest battery pack in the industry (11.5 kilowatts) and has the longest range of any electric Midsize. Built for clean and quiet operation, and full of hardest working, smoothest riding features, the RANGER EV is perfect for hunters and homeowners with acreage. With its 30 horsepower electric motor, 35-45 mile range, 25 mph top speed and two hours of riding time between charges, the RANGER EV will transport hunters and their gear to and from their hunting site with fewer disturbances to game. The unit also features a three modes; High for speed, Low for towing and hauling, and Max for maximum range. For harsh terrain, such as muddy fields on the way to fix the fence or trails full of rocks and stumps leading to the tree stand, the RANGER EV features On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive. For more sensitive terrains and a better turning radius, RANGER EV has VersaTrac with one-wheel, rear-wheel drive to prevent damage and also better navigate tight areas often encountered in the woods. The RANGER EV has a 500 lb. Lock & Ride cargo box with 1,250 lb. towing and 1,000 lb. total payload making hauling hunting gear or game a breeze; and the model’s exclusive 48-volt, AC Induction motor provides high performance with low maintenance and can be charged using a standard 110 vac outlet. For quick charges between rides, PURE Polaris is offering a quick charge kit for RANGER 400 to get you back on the trails. In 2009, Polaris introduced the ruggedly re-engineered RANGER that was the hardest working and smoothest riding RANGER EVER built, and introduced the new RANGER HD, the ultimate heavy-duty utility vehicle with a self leveling rear suspension and power steering. This year, the company powered up the RANGER 4x4 (now called RANGER 500 H.O.) with a 500 H.O engine and added an 800 EFI engine across the rest of the line. The RANGER 4x4 gets a 13 percent power increase with the 500 H.O. engine, and the RANGER XP (now called RANGER 800 XP) receives a 15 percent power upgrade with the addition of the 800 twin EFI power plant. The 800cc engine also has been added to the RANGER 800 HD, RANGER 800 CREW and RANGER 800 6x6 solidifying the “Hardest Working” RANGER promise. Along with the power boost, Polaris has added a RANGER 800 XP model with Polaris’ exclusive electronic power steering with variable assist. The system allows for one-finger steering at low speeds and eliminates feedback at high speeds so the operator can work longer and enjoy the ride. Polaris also expanded the work, ride and improved ergonomics from the 2009 RANGER XP and introduced Dual A-arm front suspension to the six-passenger RANGER 800 CREW and RANGER 800 6x6. To create an exterior that could handle the nastiest work and most extreme riding conditions, the models offer the most-armored front end ever designed to protect vital components such as the radiator, cooling system and front differential. The front headlights were inset for added protection from rocks and branches, and the redesigned bumper with a heavy-duty bash plate offers dedicated vehicle tie down points, massive central tow hook and inset tow hook cage for additional front differential protection. For working at night or to get the hunting spot before daybreak, the vehicles offer auxiliary light mounting holes on the front bumper and bosses already installed for optional Halogen/LED distance headlights. The RANGER 800 CREW and 6x6 work harder and are easier on the operator due to improved and thoughtful ergonomics designed to let the operator work longer and enjoy a better ride. The new models feature more seat and leg space including two-inches more for back-seat passengers on the RANGER 800 CREW, reoriented gas and brake pedal for improved operator comfort, new angled-back seat and a relocated brake lever for easy operation inside and outside of the vehicle. Polaris also redesigned the steering wheel for better steering with gloves and added standard tilt steering with the highest range of motion for maximum comfort. Along with tilt steering, the new models have a 50 percent easier steering effort which helps maneuverability in tight areas such as work sites or woods. RANGER 800 6x6 also is furnished with a new a new, truck-like job box between the cargo box and cab. The cargo box is rated for 1,250 pounds, while the job box handles an extra 250 pounds, and the boxes are Lock & Ride capable. To make the smoothest ride in the industry even smoother, Polaris outfitted the new RANGER 800 CREW and 6x6 with exclusive adjustable Dual A-Arm front suspension in addition to its legendary smooth independent rear suspension. Exclusive to RANGER line, the RANGER 800 CREW features motion ratio and preload suspension adjustment front and rear while the RANGER 800 6x6 offers Independent Rear Suspension with motion ration adjustability on all six wheels. The new Dual A-Arm suspension has two upper shock mounting points for each wheel giving a motion ratio adjustment that dramatically increases the stiffness of suspension. The preload adjustment, available on each wheel, increases the initial spring compression for a 30 percent stiffer ride when needed. The new suspension allows for the maintenance of ground clearance (12 in/30.5 cm) and suspension travel (9.6 in/24.5 cm front, 9 in/22.9 cm rear) when carrying heavier loads and using accessories such as plows, cabs and sprayers for work applications. It also allows for easier use of after-market suspension packages. To combat ruts, stumps and rocks, the new RANGERs also offer anti-kickback steering that reduces feedback over bumps and makes the vehicle steerable with one hand. While the 2010 RANGER utility line works harder, the 2010 RANGER RZR line plays harder with even more RZR sharp performance. Last model year, Polaris introduced the RANGER RZR S, the ultimate, pure-sport Side-by-Side built for the desert, dunes and open spaces to complement the 50-inch, trail-capable RANGER RZR. For 2010, RANGER RZR achieves a new top speed of 60 mph and both units feature a ROPS certified cab. Polaris also will offer a variety of Limited Edition models for their 2010 line up. On the utility side, the RANGER 800 XP Limited Editions include Pearl White, Navy/Sandstone and a Browning Edition. The RANGER 800 CREW will be available in Sandstone Metallic. RANGER RZR Limited Editions include Tequila Gold and Turbo Silver, and Orange Madness for RANGER RZR S. RANGER 800 HD - Long Haul, Heavy Duty Utility Vehicle New 800cc EFI engine Hardest Working Features 46 HP, 800 EFI Engine 53 MPH/85.3 km top speed Full instrumentation On Demand AWD with Turf Mode 1000 lb./453.6 kg box, 1500 lb./680.4 kg total payload One ton/907.2 kg towing Removable under-seat storage New ROPS Certified Cab Lock & Ride Cargo System Smoothest Riding Features Adjustable Dual A-Arm Front Suspension Exclusive Independent Rear Self Leveling Suspension with Nivomat shocks Variable assist power steering 9.63”/24.5 cm front travel, 9”/22.9 cm rear travel 12”/30.5 cm Ground Clearance Seating for three Work-enabling ergonomics including tilt steering, easier steering effort and seat back angle Available Lift & Carry with 500 lb capacity. Available in Sage Green RANGER 800 XP - Xtreme off-road performance New 800cc EFI engine provides 15 percent more horsepower and 53 mph/85.3 km top speed. Hardest Working Features 46 HP, 800 EFI Engine 53 MPH/85.3 km top speed Full instrumentation On Demand AWD with Turf Mode 1000 lb./453.6 kg box, 1500 lb./680.4 kg total payload One ton//907.2 kg towing Industry-leading storage – 140 percent increase Removable under-seat storage New ROPS Certified Cab Lock & Ride Cargo System Smoothest Riding Features Adjustable Dual A-Arm Front Suspension Independent Rear Suspension 9.6 in/24.5 cm front travel, 9 in/22.9 cm rear travel 12 in/30.5 cm Ground Clearance Seating for three Work-enabling ergonomics including tilt steering, easier steering effort and seat back angle Available in Sage Green, Solar Red and Mossy Oak Break Up Limited Edition models include Pearl White, Navy/Sandstone and Browning Edition RANGER 800 6x6 - Unmatched cargo capacity and traction Updated styling, upgraded ergonomics and Dual A-arm front, middle and rear suspension with new 800cc EFI engine. Hardest Working Features 40 HP, 800 EFI Engine 46 MPH/74 km top speed Full instrumentation On Demand AWD 2000 lb./907.2 kg payload, 1250 lb./567 kg cargo capacity, 250 lb/113.4 job box One ton/907.2 kg towing Heavy duty front end protection, inset lights and the most protection for critical components. Removable under-seat storage New ROPS Certified Cab Lock & Ride Cargo System Smoothest Riding Features Adjustable Dual A-Arm Front Suspension, middle and rear suspension with motion ratio adjustability Exclusive On-Demand, true six-wheel drive 9.6 in/24.5 cm front travel, 9 in/22.9 cm middle and rear travel 12 in/30.5 cm Ground Clearance Seating for three Work-enabling ergonomics including tilt steering, easier steering effort and seat back angle Available in Sage Green RANGER 500 H.O. - No. 1 choice for power and comfort New 500 H.O. EFI engine provides13 percent more power and 47 mph/75.6 km top speed. Hardest Working Features 30 HP, 500 EFI Engine 47 MPH/75.6 km top speed Lock & Ride Cargo System On Demand AWD with Turf Mode 1000 lb./453.6 kg box,1500 lb./680.4 kg total payload 1500 lb./ 680.4 kg towing Industry-leading storage – 140 percent increase ROPS Certified Cab Lock & Ride Cargo System Smoothest Riding Features Adjustable Dual A-Arm Front Suspension Independent Rear Suspension 9.63 in/24.5 cm front travel, 9 in/22.9 cm rear travel 12 in/30.5 cm Ground Clearance Seating for three New, improved ergonomics including tilt steering, easier steering effort and seat back angle Available in Solar Red and Sage Green RANGER EV - Clean and Quiet Operation The first Polaris electric vehicle offers a 30 horsepower electric motor with two-hours of riding time and a 35-45 mile range. The vehicle includes a range leader with three modes, High, Low or Max, for different riding situations, 650 amp controller, AC induction motor for low maintenance/high performance and charges using a standard 110 outlet. Hardest Working Features 30 HP electric engine 25 MPH/40.2 km top speed On Demand AWD with Turf Mode 500 lb./22.68 kg box,1000 lb./453.6 kg total payload 1250 lb./ 567 kg towing Heavy duty front end protection with inset lights and the most protection for critical components. High-pressure 20 psi, 25in/63.5 cm tires ROPS Certified Cab Lock & Ride Cargo System Quick Charge Kit available through PURE Polaris Smoothest Riding Features MacPherson front suspension with Independent Rear Suspension 8 in/20.3 cm front travel, 9”/22.9 cm rear travel 10 in/25.4 cm ground clearance Seating for two Available in Boardwalk Blue and Mossy Oak New Break Up RANGER 400 - High Value 4x4 New value-priced RANGER 400 is a two-passenger, carbureted unit that shares many features from its full-sized counterparts: On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive with Turf Mode, Independent Rear Suspension, heavy-duty front end protection, high ground clearance, the longest suspension travel and the highest horsepower in its class. All of these features at the value price of $7,999. Hardest Working Features 29 HP, 450cc high output, carbureted engine 40 MPH/64.4 km top speed Lock & Ride Cargo System On Demand AWD with Turf Mode 500 lb./22.68 kg box,1000 lb./453.6 kg total payload 1250 lb./ 567 kg towing Heavy duty front end protection with inset lights and the most protection for critical components. ROPS Certified Cab Lock & Ride Cargo System Smoothest Riding Features MacPherson front suspension with Independent Rear Suspension 8 in/20.3 cm front travel, 9”/22.9 cm rear travel 10 in/25.4 cm ground clearance RANGER 800 CREW - Hardest Working, Smoothest Riding Multi-Passenger Utility Vehicle Updated styling and ergonomics, new Dual A-arm front suspension and 800cc EFI engine Hardest Working Features 40 HP, 800 EFI Engine 46 MPH/74 km top speed Full instrumentation On Demand AWD 1750 lb./793.8 kg payload, 1000 lb./454 kg cargo capacity, one ton/907.2 kg towing Heavy duty front end protection, inset lights and the most protection for critical components. Front under-seat storage and rear side storage New ROPS Certified Cab Lock & Ride Cargo System Smoothest Riding Features Adjustable Dual A-Arm Front Suspension On-Demand, true all-wheel drive 9.6 in/24.5 cm front travel, 9 in/22.9 cm rear travel 12 in/30.5 cm Ground Clearance Seating for six Work-enabling ergonomics including tilt steering, easier steering effort and seat back angle 2 in/5.1 cm more leg room for rear passengers Available in Sage Green, Solar Red and Mossy Oak Break-Up Sandstone Metallic Limited-Edition model RANGER RZR - Razor Sharp Performance New 60 mph/96.6 km top speed, 52 horsepower and ROPS Certified Cab Only trail capable side-by-side at 50 inches wide with on-demand, true AWD Lowest center of gravity in its class for ground-hugging performance 800 Polaris EFI engine Lightest side-by-side at 945 lbs. Independent rear suspension All the utility you need with 300 lb. Lock & Ride cargo bed, 1,500 lb. towing New ROPS Certified Cab Available in Green and Red Limited Edition models include Tequila Gold and Turbo Silver RANGER RZR S - Razor Sharp Sport Performance ROPS Certified Cab 800 Polaris H.O. EFI engine Pure sport machine at 60 inches wide with 12 inches of long-travel suspension and 12.5 inches of ground clearance Chrome-Moly upper front A-arms for precision and strength Adjustable Fox® performance shocks with Podium reservoirs Lowest center of gravity in its class for ground-hugging performance Independent rear suspension On-demand, true AWD Fender flairs and extended rear cab frame supports for sportier look 26 inch Maxxis Big-Horn tires with 12 inch, black powder coated rims New ROPS Certified Cab Available in Pearl White with Black Rally Stripe Orange Madness Limited Edition model
  2. For Sale New ATV's Polaris and Can-Am For Sale !!! Interested buyer should mail us direct for inquiry !!! Email: [email protected] OR [email protected] Skype: john.anders01 2015 Polaris RZR 1000 EPS Desert Edition 2015 Polaris RZR xp 1000 EPS Highlifter 2014 Polaris RZR xp 1000 EPS 4x4 Side By Side 2014 Polaris 850 XP Sportsman 2014 Can-Am Maverick 1000r X mr DPS 2014 Can-Am Outlander MAX 800R EFI LTD !!! Interested buyer should mail us direct for inquiry !!! Email: [email protected] OR [email protected] Skype: john.anders01
  3. I just wanted to let other RZR Owners know about a problem with the Ranger Razor Shifting. When I got my RZR, I found that the transmission wouldn't go into High unless you held the shift lever back and gave it some gas. It also has to be pushed forward and rocked to get it into Park... Not good. I took it to the Polaris Dealer and they adjusted the shift cable which didn't help, and they told me it was something I would have to live with. Well, my factory warranty was going to expire in about four days so I took it to another Dealer in St Helens, Oregon. They tried to adjust the cable too, but said it might take a while for me to get it back if they had to remove the transmission to check it out. Well it turns out the detend arm that makes the tranny click as it goes from gear to gear has a ball bearing with a spring behind it. The ball bearing makes the actual click as it goes throught the detent notches. The spring behind the Ball bearing was bent or squished about 1/4th of an inch so it wasn't making the tranny go into the end detents (Park, and High). They ordered the new spring, but called me a few days later saying the part was on backorder. This tells me there are a few RZR's out there with this same problem. So anyone having this issue should get it fixed before the Warranty expires, or at least be able to know there is a way to fix it. I hope this helps fellow RZR owners. Phoneman2 UPDATE. The Polaris Dealership called and informed me that the spring came in, and they installed it, but it did not fix the problem. They are going through the Transmission and should have answers for me very soon. Stand by. ok, I got it back a few weeks ago and finally had a chance to try it out. The Dealership "Columbia Honda Suzuki Polaris" in St Helens Oregon did a fantastic job. The problem with the shifting and park seemed to be the Gears. They were designed wrong and wouldn't mesh correctly. The old gear has the mating surface at 90 degrees, and the new gear has the mating surfaces at an angle so the gears could actually mesh and go into gear without revving the engine or rocking the RZR back and forth. They had the RZR for over a month and a half, but that's because they waited on parts forever. I highly recommend anyone looking for a great dealership to do buisness with, check them out. I am buying my next Off Road Vehicle from them. Thanks for your time.
  4. 2015 Polaris RZR XP 1000 EPS High Lifter Edition, There aren't many used Highlifters available on the market. Here is a chance to save $$$$$ on a very nice, well cared for.... For more information and photos contact me at [email protected]
  5. 2015 Polaris RZR XP 1000 EPS High Lifter Edition, There aren't many used Highlifters available on the market. Here is a chance to save $$$$$ on a very nice, well cared for.... For more information and photos contact me at [email protected]
  6. For Sale New ATV's Polaris and Can-Am For Sale !!! Interested buyer should mail us direct for inquiry !!! Email: [email protected] OR [email protected] Skype: john.anders01 2015 Polaris RZR 1000 EPS Desert Edition 2015 Polaris RZR xp 1000 EPS Highlifter 2014 Polaris RZR xp 1000 EPS 4x4 Side By Side 2014 Polaris 850 XP Sportsman 2014 Can-Am Maverick 1000r X mr DPS 2014 Can-Am Outlander MAX 800R EFI LTD !!! Interested buyer should mail us direct for inquiry !!! Email: [email protected] OR [email protected] Skype: john.anders01
  7. Bring Style and Performance your Polaris Ranger RZR and RZR S, with the DFR Sport Shaker Hood. The 8 inch DFR Light (sold separately), firmly mounts to the vehicle, while the factory hood attaches and can be removed as it does from the stock vehicle. The Shaker Hood Scoop is a cover that mounts to the Factory hood. A light weight product that protects the 8 inch LED and still allows you the More...
  8. 2014 POLARIS RZR XP1000 EPS Here it is 2014 XP 1000 the Baddest ATV out there: 107HP Electronic Power Steering 18" of travel 29" Tires 14" Rims Also available: 2014 RZR 570- 50"-LE-EPS-$10,599 2014 RZR 800 XC -EPS - $14,399 2013 RZR 800 -50" LE-EPS-$10,995 2013 RZR S 800 LE-$11,995 2013 RZR XP 900 LE -EPS $13,995 call/txt or email for more info or specific photos 951-579-6291 email: [email protected]
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  10. Is there electrical problems with the RZR XP 900 Like the Sportsman 850 XP & are you over happy with it ?
  11. Anyone have any experience with the Razor???? I know some with the Rhinos..... Lets here what you think....
  12. RZR 2 for 2 1st - Dry Pull Suzuki Samuri @ River Ranch 2nd - Dry Pull Jeep CJ7 @ Rancho Who's next? coming for ya!!!
  13. Hey guys, Here's the initial test review of the Polaris RZR 4 Robby Gordon Edition in ATV World Magazine: ATV WORLD MAGAZINE - North America's Best ATV/UTV Magazine Here are copies of the actual pages in the magazine: You can download the complete article pdf here: http://www.utvreport.com/pics/atvworld/rzr4/initialtest/initialtest.pdf Here's the article in text form with larger pictures: When Polaris first introduced the RZR in 2008, the recreational UTV and Side x Side industry was changed forever. As if that wasn’t enough, Polaris introduced the RZR S in 2009, which was leaps and bounds ahead of the competition with a high output factory long travel equipped sporty side x side. For 2010, Polaris has gone above and beyond once again with the release of their all-new RZR 4 Robby Gordon Edition. So, if you’re like us you’re probably wondering some of the following whether you own an existing UTV or not: - Does the engine have enough power? - Does the extra wheelbase cause you to high center or hang up more? - Can you really fit 4 people comfortably for an entire day’s ride? - How is the turning radius? - How well does it fit in tight woods trails? - How well does it rock crawl? - How does it do in the sand? So, to begin, let’s jump right to the things we love about the new RZR 4 Robby Gordon Edition: - Similar fit, finish, and comfort level of the existing RZR and RZR S - Tilt Steering Wheel - Digital Dash - High & Low Beam Lights - Simple 1-position On-Demand AWD System - Comfortable bucket seats front and rear - 4 cup holders - 12v power sockets front and rear - RZR S Suspension with heavier duty Fox Podium X 2.0 shocks Here’s what we’d like to see updated for next year’s models of not only the RZR 4 but also the regular RZR and RZR S: - Parking brake - 6 tie down points in the bed - Integrated hard sided lockable glove box And, specifically for the RZR 4, we’d like to see Polaris utilize the additional space under the rear driver’s side seat for added storage, because you can never have enough space to store stuff when out riding the trails. And, last but not least on the RZR 4, we’d like to see a quicker steering ratio and power steering due to the extra length and additional weight on the front end. But, we know what you’re really wondering is how it drove out on the trails, right? But, before we jump in with our full test, we’re happy to say the new Polaris RZR 4 Robby Gordon Edition is an all around amazing sport side x side. As you can probably imagine, the extra size has its limiting factors, but it also has some very beneficial factors, as well. So, to begin our test, we headed out to the Brimstone Recreation area in Huntsville, TN to test its prowess in tight woods trails. Part of what we were wondering is how many times we’d have to do 3-point turns to make it through the trees. We were wondering if we’d get hung up making hard off-camber turns by catching trees on the roll cage. We also wanted to see just how often we’d get hung up on steep water breaks and big rocks. And, finally we wanted to get the feedback of other riders on the trails with us that had other brands and models of UTVs for some honest comparison feedback. In the end, we were pleasantly surprised with the way the RZR 4 handled tight woods trails. We had folks with existing RZR’s, RZR S’s, Rangers, Prowlers, and Rhinos drive and ride in it, and their responses were all very similar. Engine The engine is peppy when compared to non-RZR machines, and although not as fast as the RZR or RZR S, it seemed to have plenty of power to everyone that drove it. And, for those power hungry folks, there are plenty of options to increase the power of the High Output (H.O.) 760cc engine ranging from turbos to all sorts of bolt-on parts that can fit within your budget. Extra Wheelbase It didn’t get hung up on the tall and steep water breaks like everyone expected. Although you could feel it drag the undercarriage at times, there always seemed to be tires on the ground that were able to pull you through without getting hung up. The positive attribute to the extra wheelbase is that it rides very smooth, soaking up the bumps at both high and low speeds with little to no feedback through the steering wheel. When compared to the other 2-seat UTVs, some even mentioned it was possible to get hung up easier on the steep faced water breaks in their shorter wheelbase UTVs because their tires would be off the ground more. Comfort Factor Although we didn’t test it with 4 adults in the tight woods, we did put 3 adults in to drive it. Three of them currently drove Rhino 450’s, and they were pleasantly surprised at how well it rode, how comfortable the back seat was, and how much quicker it was when compared to the Rhino 450. Upon initial inspection we originally thought the rear seats would only be comfortable for small adults or children. But, after spending hours in the back seat, it’s truly as comfortable as the front seats with a nice grab bar running the entire width of the RZR 4. Turning Radius Our initial assumption was that we were going to have to constantly stop and make 3-point turns to make it through the tight woods trails. But, to our surprise, we only had to do this a couple of times in a full day’s ride. And, for comparison sake, the one guy with a Ranger XP had to do it in the same places we did. But, you will find yourself working the steering wheel more because of the added weight of the machine and what appears to be the same steering box ratio as a regular RZR. We’d like to see a quicker steering box ratio and power steering on next year’s models to make weaving your way through the woods a much more enjoyable experience. Overall Tight Woods Impression The astounding response we received from everyone that rode or drove the RZR 4 was “Wow, I didn’t expect that!” I think what we all realized is that our assumptions were nearly all wrong and that Polaris has really done their homework with the new RZR 4 Robby Gordon Edition. It’s obviously not as nimble as a 2-seat UTV or ATV in the tight woods, but for most people wanting to take their families out trail riding, the positives far outweigh the few times you’ll have to back up or slow down to weave your way through the trees. Continued below...
  14. UTV Crap is now offering high quality billet aluminum hubs for the Polaris RZR. Light weight design with 4/110 and 4/156 bolt pattern. The hubs are threaded to accept the UTV Crap billet center caps for those running Douglas spun wheels with no center caps. These billet hubs not only look better than stock, but are also much more durable and stronger. $449.95 for the set of 4. About UTV Crap:UTV More...
  15. ATR now manufactures a bolt-on Polaris RZR dash bar that adds strength to your factory roll cage. It also provides a place to mount lights, on board cameras, GPS, on board camera etc using clamp on tube mounts. The dash bar features our tube clamps that are machined from half inch thick cold drawn seamless tube and include stainless machine screws. ATR machined the inside of the tube clamps for More...
  16. DragonFire Racing has come out with a complete line of Polaris RZR 170 accessories that take the mini RZR to the next level. Suspension kits with Fox FLOAT AirShox, Wider Rear Axles, Cages, Seats, Seat Belts and Exhaust are now all part of the DragonFire RZR 170 Line up. With a full line-up of performance, safety and suspension components, you can now make your child's RZR 170 look like your RZR More...
  17. Do you have a new Polaris Ranger or Ranger RZR with the factory aluminum wheels? Do you like the style of the wheels but really want a set of beadlocks? Here at OMF Performance Products, Inc. we can convert your factory aluminum wheels to beadlocks for the best of both worlds at a very reasonable price. For $549.95 per set of four 12” wheels, we will convert your factory wheels to a beadlock More...
  18. Pro Armor has just released new suicide doors for the Polaris RZR and RZR-S. These suicide doors are all aluminum construction to save weight and ensure strength and durability for any type of riding or racing. The doors are direct bolt on to your RZR with no drilling. They have a 3 point mounting system making them the strongest and best design on the market period. The doors are available More...
  19. LoneStar Racing has completed the development of their Polaris RZR 170 long travel kit. The kit features front a-arms that are 3 inches wider per side and made of tig welded 4130 tubing for added strength.Rear wheel spacers or a new wider rear axle is available depending on budget and intended uses.The LSR long travel kit features 9.5” of travel using 15.25” long shock, with 4.75” of stroke. (2: More...
  20. Replace your factory grab bar with a new slick new ATR grab bar and get a bonus socket fitting that turns the bar into a lug wrench.It features top of the line MX grips from Oury that have billet clamps on both ends so they will not spin loose. Oury is known for making some of the nicest, most durable, and most comfortable grips around.A 3/8" socket fitting allows you to use a socket that fit More...
  21. Buy the Polaris RZR/RZR S Performance Package and get a FREE KEVLAR DRIVE BELT iTi Performance Motorsports wants to help you get ready for the Dune Season. We are pleased to offer our Polaris RZR/RZR-S Exhaust, ECM and Clutch Kit to you for a price of $1,379.00. When you buy this package you will receive a FREE Kevlar Drive Belt! This promotion ends on November 1, 2009 so don’t delay order More...
  22. For sale 2009 Polaris Ranger RZR 800EFI Nuclear Sunset LE 257 Miles Add-ons include: Fuel can mount, Radio with speakers box, Winch with synthetic rope, headache net, mirror, rear box and glovebox bag, brush guards, slider rails, windshield, upgraded programmable controller, upgraded clutch kit, new twin pipe header and exhaust. Approximately 16K invested.. asking $11,000. I am located in the Poughkeepsie, NY area. I would rather not ship this, but could work with you if you are interested. Contact me at [email protected]
  23. Minneapolis, Minn., (9/1/2009) – Mark Holz and his Holz Racing RANGER RZR S took another “UTV Class 1” win and the overall clinching the WORCS 2009 Championship, at Straddleline ORV Park, in Olympia, Wash. Holz clinched the championship with two rounds remaining due to his overwhelming point lead. He has four first-place and overall wins with a total of 98 points, 46 more points than second More...
  24. iTi Performance now has a Graphic Kit that matches the new 2010 Polaris RZR S.The doors come Powder Coated the Pearl White and the Graphics come for the end user to put on. The graphics kits should be ordered when you purchase the kit new.The door set with the colored panels and the graphics retail for $865.95 or the plain doors set for $569.00. The doors come with billet latches and removable More...

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