Side-x-Side Vehicles

Ride and Review - Five Star

Polaris' Do-it-all General
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Staff
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Polaris had a problem. Despite offering by far the largest off-road lineup from any manufacturer, there was no Side x Side model between the sporty RZR models and the working class hero, the Ranger Side x Sides. What they needed was an answer to Can-Am’s Commander, Honda’s Pioneer 700, and Kawasaki’s Teryx.

 

Polaris Introduces MY17 RZR XP Turbo EPS and RZR XP Turbo 4 EPS

The Most Powerful Factory Side-by-Sides Ever
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Minneapolis, Sept. 16, 2016 – Today, Polaris RZR sets another new standard in razor-sharp performance with the introduction of the RZR XP Turbo EPS and RZR XP 4 Turbo EPS. Featuring a new ProStar® Turbo H.O. engine that unleashes 168 horsepower – the most power ever offered on a factory side-by-side – the vehicles offer 15 percent more power than last year’s models and 9 percent more than anything else on the market.

2016 RZR XP Turbo kit

New Dalton clutch kit for 2016 Polaris RZR XP Turbo (stock or oversized tires)
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DUV PXPT-16 Adjustable clutch kit for the 2016 Polaris RZR XP turbo.The Turbo model has different clutches than other RZR models. This kit can be set up for stock or oversized tires, and offers improved performance and throttle response.The kit also includes a set up guide showing how to set up the kit for different tires and situations. See daltonindustries.com for more details.

Project Build - Beauty & Beast

Craig Weston Builds a Work of Art Can-Am Outlander
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Lisa Doerksen - Photos by Steve Layton Photograpghy
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You can’t accuse Craig Weston of doing anything halfway. When the Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada man set out to customize his 2013 Can Am Outlander XMR 1000, he intended to create a machine that would turn heads. “I wanted to turn it into something people couldn’t imagine,” he says. “I wasn’t looking to take it up a small amount - I was looking to make it absolutely crazy.” Mission accomplished!

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