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"More Play Less Work" must have been the motto when Polaris decided to overthrow Yamaha's Sporty Rhino. Until 2007 most Side x Sides were mostly used for utilitarian tasks but the 2008 Polaris RZR 800 forever changed the face of the offroad world. The new Polaris RZR was designed for speed, agility and serious offroad fun. It's hard to imagine the RZR pulling work detail with the tiny bed and soft suspension but the Polaris RZR was never intended to be used for work.

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The 2008 Polaris RZR was the first UTV specifically designed for aggressive trail riding with few utility inspired aspects. The new sporty RZR was powered by a fuel injected, liquid cooled, 760cc twin cylinder 4 stroke. Polaris used a Dual Range, Automatic (PVT) Polaris Variable Transmission with switch-engaged On-Demand 4-Wheel Drive to get power to the wheels. The RZR rolled on aggressive 25" tires with 9" of suspension travel up front and 9.5" out back. Since the dry weight was 945 lbs. Polaris installed Hydraulic Disc Brakes on all four corners to keep this beast under control.

polaris rzr

The new RZR was a huge hit and it wasn't long before the aftermarket companies were manufacturing Longer A-Arms, Better Shocks, and Bolt-Ons that increased power. Polaris took note of the loads of money people were spending on their brand new ride and decided to make a more aggressive model the Polaris RZR "S". The S model was 10.5" wider, 13 mph faster and an additional 2.5" of ground clearance which allowed it to go more places faster than the standard RZR 800. In 2010 Polaris added the RZR 4 to the line-up. It had a second row of seats so the whole family could enjoy trail riding together.

polaris rzr

Polaris also makes a more budget friendly RZR 570. Don't let the engine size fool you this thing is a beast. With dimensions roughly the same as a std RZR 800 and nearly the same power output the RZR 570 is sure to be a hit. If your looking for an affordable entry into the world of Sport Side X Sides the RZR 570 is the ticket.

polaris rzr

What do you do when the kids are no longer satisfied with being a passenger? Why not let them chase you down the trail in their own Side x Side? That's right, Polaris made the RZR 170 specifically designed for youth riders so you don't need to look far for a riding buddy. The 2-wheel drive RZR 170 is powered by a 169cc 4-stroke single with an automatic PVT drive. Don't worry Polaris installed a full roll cage and 4 wheel hydraulic disc brakes to keep the kiddos safe.

The first major overhaul to the RZR lineup came in 2011 with the introduction of the Polaris RZR 900. The new 875cc ProStar power-plant produced 88 hp and propelled the RZR 29% faster than the closest competitor. Although the engine was a drastic improvement over the previous RZR, the suspension had to be completely redesigned to provide better handling, shock absorption, and ground clearance. The Double wishbone rear suspension was pitched and the new 3-link Trailing Arm system took it's place. The new suspension provided 13.5 " travel up front and 14" in the rear with an amazing 13" of ground clearance.

In 2011 Polaris also introduced Power-Steering as an option for the RZR series which improved control and helped reduce rider fatigue. 

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polaris rzr

For 2014, Polaris introduced the most powerful Side x Side to date, the Polaris RZR 1000 XP! The RZR 1000 XP specs resemble a trophy truck more than a Side x Side. This thing is an absolute monster as the 999cc twin cylinder, fuel injected, 4-stroke pumps out a colassal 107 horse power. You can ride in comfort and tackle anything thrown your way with the new 3-Link Trailing Arm Suspension. The New RZR 1000 has 16" of travel up front and 18" in the rear with 16 position adjustable remote reservoir shocks. The stock 29" Maxxis Bighorn 6 ply tires are the largest factory installed tires to date. To make the new RZR 1000 a perfect fit for everyone Polaris added tilt-steering for those who need legroom and seat adjustment for those who don't. 

 

If your looking for a Sport UTV the Polaris RZR series has you covered, and CheapCycleParts.com has the Polaris RZR parts you need to keep your UTV running like new.

 

 

Polaris RZR Specs

Tires, Battery, Spark Plug, Oil Filter, and Air Filter

Polaris RZR 170 Specs

2009-2013 RZR 170

Front Tire 19x7x8

Rear Tire 20x10x9

Battery YTX12-BS

Sparkplug CR6HSA

Oil Filter N/A

Air Filter 1262218

Polaris RZR 570 Specs

2012-2013 RZR 570

Front Tire 25x8x12

Rear Tire 25x10x12

Battery YTX14AH-BS

Sparkplug 3022559

Oil Filter 2540086

Air Filter 7081706

Polaris RZR 800 Specs

2008-2013 RZR XP EFI

Front Tires 25x8x12

Rear Tires 25x10x12

Battery YTX20HL-BS

Spark Plug BKR7E

Oil Filter 2540086

Air Filter 1240482

Polaris RZR 800 Specs

2012 RZR 800 XP

Front Tire 25x10x12

Rear Tire 25x11x12

Battery YTX20HL-BS

Sparkplug BKR7E

Oil Filter 2540086

Air Filter 1240482

Polaris RZR 800 Specs

2009-2012 RZR 800 S

Front Tire 26x9x12

Rear Tire 26x12x12

Battery YTX20HL-BS

Sparkplug BKR7E

Oil Filter 2540086

Air Filter 1240482

Polaris RZR 800 Specs

2009-2011 RZR 800 4

Front Tire 26x9x12

Rear Tire 26x12x12

Battery YTX20HL-BS

Sparkplug BKR7E

Oil Filter 2540086

Air Filter 1240482

Polaris RZR 800 Specs

2012 RZR 800 4

Front Tire 27x9x12

Rear Tire 27x11x12

Battery YTX20HL-BS

Sparkplug BKR7E

Oil Filter 2540086

Air Filter 1240482

Polaris RZR 900 Specs

2011 RZR 900 XP EFI

Front Tires 27x9x12

Rear Tires 27x11x12

Battery 4011224

Spark Plug 3022274

Oil Filter 2520799

Air Filter 7081622

Polaris RZR 900 Specs

2012-2013 RZR 900 XP EFI

Front Tires 26x9x12

Rear Tires 26x12x12

Battery 4011224

Spark Plug 3022462

Oil Filter 2520799 (2012)

Oil Filter 2540086 (2013)

Air Filter 7081622

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