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EDDY LEADS SONORA RALLY SOLO

Rally racing is supposed to be about relying on your navigator for note reading and direction cues. Don’t tell Max Eddy this as he has taken the stage 1 win at the Sonora Rally over Baja Veterans, Wayne and Kristen Matlock, Sara Price, 2020 Dakar winner Casey Currie and others. Max (pictured above) is piloting a SMG, 4WP, EFX, Maxima Oils, Polaris RZR RS1 and doing all of the navigating and driving with early success during the 40 kilometer first stage with is taking place in mainland Mexico..  Here’s an…

POLARIS PRO HD WINCH

With a 1.6 horsepower motor, the incredible 3,500 pound pulling power of the Polaris PRO HD winch just got a whole lot faster thanks to new Rapid Rope Recovery, a new technology that allows you to retrieve excess cable 5-times faster. The system features Rapid Rope Recovery with standard pulling mode and high-speed recovery, a wireless remote control with a 50 foot range and a unique code for no interference operation. The winch dial features three settings: FREE SPOOL to attach the winch hook, PULL for winch mode, and…

Make Your Own Polaris RZR Pro XP Tool Kit

The Polaris RZR Pro XP platform is gaining in popularity. They are being built up for everything from high speed racing action to fun, family adventures. We like the great new features of this RZR including more cockpit room and storage along with a better power plant and cool new look. In addition to a long travel option, the other thing Polaris didn’t give you is a good tool kit. While they provided a little one, it doesn’t even have a socket or wrench to change a tire. By going over this ride with a fine tooth comb,…

POLARIS’ NEW 2021 RZR TRAIL LINE UP

This is latest version of the original RZR platform. The 2021 RZR Trail is 50-inches wide and can still fit down those narrow ATV trails it was originally intended for. Three narrow versions are available; Sport, Premium and Ultimate. These are all powered by the proven, 75 HP ProStar 900cc, 4-Stroke, DOHC, twin cylinder, EFI engine, equipped with engine braking system (EBS). The Trail S Sport also uses this powerplant. Full doors are found on the entire Trail line enclosing the new cockpit and dash. Up front the new layout…

Red Bull/RZR stars race up Chocolate Thunder 

What happens when two SXS racing champions and a world renown drone pilot are dropped in the middle of Johnson Valley to take on the iconic King of the Hammers desert? Two Vehicles, One Shot! Johnny FPV, master of aerial POV footage, pushes the speed of flight to capture Seth Quintero and Mitch Guthrie Jr. in a single-take, uncut action edit as these two young racers gun it to the top of the mountain, carving their own lines and crawling over the desert’s biggest rocks. See our article on the pairs OTC Dakar racers HERE.…

LUCAS OIL OFF-ROAD RACING SERIES

LUCAS OIL OFF-ROAD RACING SERIES With the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series (LOORRS) finally starting at California’s Glen Helen Raceway, the Production Turbos started 2020 like they ended the 2019 points season—with Can-Am’s Corry Weller leading Polaris pilots Ronnie Anderson and Chance Haugen the entire race. In fact, twice-defending champ Weller was top qualifier in both rounds opening weekend, as she won Sunday’s main ahead of Anderson and Robert VanBeekum (Pol) and scored maximum points. VanBeekum had his radiator clog…

BEST DOG SEAT FOR YOUR UTV

While surfing the web recently we discovered this hot set up posted by Kurt Rihel of the best dog seat for your UTV. Kurt made great use of his old stock RZR seats and turned them into a dog perch. By bolting two seat backs to the stock seat frame, his little buddy has a much larger platform to sit on. Now, there’s even room for him to lay and sleep on the softer area instead of having to go down to the plastic floorboard. You can definitely tell by the dogs expression, it’s the best upgrade Kurt has made yet. …

POLARIS COMPARISON: RZR XP 1000 VS. GENERAL DELUXE

RZR XP 1000 VS. GENERAL It’s no secret that Polaris has the most complete line of off-road vehicles, especially in the SxS category. From the original Ranger and RZR to the growing line of Generals, the choices are almost overwhelming. Although the Ranger is a dedicated workhorse, it is no slouch on the trails; however, its bench-seating position, steering laziness and looks do relegate it to work-first, play-some-later status. The RZR and General, on the other hand, are built for spirited rides down the trail. Figuring…

POLARIS HEADS TO DAKAR WITH 3 CAR TEAM

The RZR Dakar team will be comprised of three BAJA champions including, Wayne Matlock, Kristen Matlock, and Craig Scanlon, competing January 3, 2021 through January 15, 2021 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. “The Dakar Rally is a global platform that embodies the spirit of adventure and pioneering for off-road racing and elevates it to an entirely different level. It’s an honor to take part in such a historic event,” said Steven Menneto, President of Polaris Off Road. “The revolutionary innovations featured in our 2021 RZR Pro…

POLARIS PARTNERS WITH ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE COMPANY ZERO

In a move to align to bring more electric off-road vehicles and snowmobiles to market as soon as late 2021, Polaris has announced a 10-year partnership with Zero Electric Motorcycles. As a part of the companies rEV’d up initiative, this is a long-term strategy to position themselves as the leader in powersports electrification. Building on Polaris’ past experience in electric, rEV’d up will accelerate Polaris’ positioning within the industry by launching a new electric option to customers across each of its core business…

MOOSE POLARIS RZR DOORS

MOOSE POLARIS RZR DOORS Moose Polaris RZR Doors utilize the stock door frame and are made of durable stealth black polypropylene. The polypropylene doors save weight and ensure strength and durability. These doors feature high-performance custom styling with rear-facing air vents to prevent tire mudslinging into the cab. All hardware and instructions are included for an easy install. These doors are made in the USA and are sure to make you stand out from the crowd. Your local dealer and www.mooseracing.com have them. The…

POLARIS TO OFFER PICK UP OR HOME SERVICE

This week, Polaris ORV introduced RideReady, an industry-leading digital platform that connects powersports owners with local dealers. The service offers owners a convenient platform to track, perform or schedule service for their powersports vehicle. Most notably, the platform provides owners with an opportunity to schedule home service. This service will be available across all of Polaris ORV brands including RANGER, RZR, GENERAL, and Sportsman in the next couple of months. In effort to make powersports…

5 REASONS TO TRAILER YOUR RZR BACKWARDS

Have you ever wondered if it's better to trailer your RZR backwards? Here's our take. 1 If not properly shut and latched, your suicide doors could pop open. If this is done at speed and great wind force, the hinge or door frame can become damaged.  2 The front of your machine has more nice, real estate that can be damaged or scared by rocks flinging off your truck tires or bugs that can leave marks. If you have a windshield, trailering forward can accelerate its wear. 3 Every UTV has more weight at the back half of…

3 REASONS TO COOL DOWN A TURBO

It is still good practice to idle down any turbo engine briefly after a hard run. Additionally, the clutch enjoys some cool down period as well so it’s good for the engine, turbo and CVT belt system.

New RZR Pro XP LE

NEW RZR Pro XP LE Polaris RZR just introduced a new RZR Pro XP LE, the RZR® PRO XP Orange Madness LE and RZR® PRO XP 4 Orange Madness LE, a new limited edition model to the 2020 RZR lineup. The RZR PRO XP Orange Madness LE, is equipped with the ultimate trail performance that can only found in the RZR PRO XP lineup, including a 64-inch width to navigate the trails and 22-inches of usable suspension that provides all day comfort. Coupled with its performance, the PRO XP Orange Madness LE also features industry-leading RIDE…

INEXPENSIVE WAY TO PROTECT YOUR RZR XP TRAILING ARMS

Maier, the leader in aftermarket ATV and UTV bodywork has come up with a solution to prevent rock spray from ruining the finish of your RZR trailing arms. Their, 3/8" thick Polaris RZR XP Trailing Arm Guards are designed to take an impact and protect your trailing arms from rocks, sandblasting, sticks and other trail hazards you may come across. Fits 2014-20 Polaris RZR XP 1000, RZR XP Turbo, RZR XP-4 1000, RZR XP-4 Turbo in black only. Price: $208.47 Contact: (800) 336-2437 or visit www.maier-mfg.com Maier also has RZR…