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Feb 14, 2009 - 6:35 PM - by Dascrow

Welcome to RZRForums.net - This site was born February 2007 with the launch of the first sport UTV from Polaris. The forum was created for RZR Owners and enthusiasts to learn, discuss, and share knowledge about their beloved vehicles. Polaris has continued to expand the RZR line offering the new RZR XP 900, RZR-S and RZR 170 models. 7 Years and over 69,300+ members later we are now the largest of all RZR forums on the web. There are many areas of discussions ranging from RZR Maintenance tips, RZR Repair help, RZR Roll Cages and RZR Safety, RZR Modifications, RZR Racing, RZR Accessories, RZR Parts, Events and much more! If your new to the site please take a moment and register to enjoy all of the features of the site, it's free!

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Polaris RZR Expands 4-Seat Line-up to Share the Off-Road Experience with Friends and
Oct 06, 2015 - 8:07 AM - by 4Nines

All-new, extreme-performance models in RZR XP® 4 Turbo EPS and RZR XP® 4 1000 EPS High Lifter Edition

Minneapolis, October 6, 2015 — Polaris® Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII) today introduced two new Polaris RZR vehicles that fuel the RZR lifestyle and allow people to share the off-road experience with family and friends. The new RZR XP® 4 Turbo EPS and RZR XP® 4 1000 EPS High Lifter Edition offer extreme performance for the desert, trail, mud and dunes.

Three months ago, Polaris introduced the all-new 2016 RZR XP Turbo EPS which was completely re-engineered to translate industry-leading power into unmatched performance and durability. Today, RZR is introducing this same breakthrough level of extreme performance for four, to share the off-road with friends and family.

The new RZR XP 4 Turbo EPS is the ultimate combination of extreme performance in a side-by-side, with all of the features of the RZR XP Turbo EPS. Both are completely engineered, front to back, to translate industry-leading power into unmatched performance and durability. The vehicle brings significant innovations to each of the hallmark Power, Suspension, Agility, Comfort and Customization aspects of RZR to provide the ultimate off-road experience for four.

The Polaris ProStar® Turbo engine provides an industry-leading 144 horsepower-, 30 percent more horsepower and 45 percent more torque than the RZR XP 4 1000 EPS. The ProStar Turbo effortlessly carries a full load of thrill seekers over the most power-robbing terrain. The new engine was developed for extreme performance and features all new, high performance parts including forged pistons, an upgraded 270-degree firing order forged crankshaft, high strength connecting rods, a closed deck cylinder, sodium filled exhaust valves and a new oil lubrication system. For consistent performance at all temperatures, the vehicle also includes a new liquid charged air cooler with front-mounted, dual radiators with high-capacity fan and high-flow electric pump. To control the massive power delivered by the ProStar Turbo, the engine management system has also been updated to include knock detection, boost control and a high-flow return style fuel system ensuring that the engine delivers maximum power under all conditions, altitudes and temperatures.

To deliver maximum durability and performance, Polaris performed substantial testing on the engine with enough test miles to travel around the world more than... [Read More]
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Polaris Recalls RZR Recreational Vehicles Due To Potential Fire Hazard
Oct 05, 2015 - 11:37 AM - by 4Nines
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (October 05, 2015) — Polaris Industries (NYSE: PII), in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Transport Canada, is issuing a voluntary recall on model year 2015 Polaris RZR 900 and 1000 vehicles due to reports of pinched fuel tank vent lines. The recall is related to the vehicle’s fuel tank vent line potentially being incorrectly installed during manufacturing, causing it to become pinched, which may cause the fuel tank to pressurize and leak fuel, posing a potential fire hazard. Polaris estimates that the assembly error occurred in very few vehicles; however, Polaris is issuing a voluntary recall so that all these vehicles could be inspected and any affected vent lines fixed prior to further use.

Polaris is taking this action after confirming that, in some reports, a vent line had been pinched during assembly. In those cases, Polaris has also received reports of the driveline contacting a pressurized and expanded fuel tank, resulting in a fuel leak and a fire hazard. Polaris also received two reports of small fires, but could not confirm whether the vent line was obstructed during assembly or during subsequent accessory installation or whether the pinched vent line was the cause of the fires.

“Polaris is committed to the safety and quality of its products and is swiftly addressing the potential problem and has taken the appropriate steps to prevent any future occurrences,” said Michael Erickson, Polaris’ General Manager, RZR.

Polaris is sending a recall letter directly to each registered owner of a vehicle within the scope of this recall. All 2015 Polaris RZR 900 and 1000 vehicle owners will be asked to contact a dealer starting Oct. 5 to schedule a service appointment. There will be no cost to customers or dealers for this product inspection and fix.

Additionally, the company will provide information on the issue at Polaris Camp RZR in Glamis, Calif., Oct. 30 — 31, 2015.

About Polaris®
Polaris is a recognized leader in the powersports industry with annual 2014 sales of $4.5 billion. Polaris designs, engineers, manufactures and markets innovative, high quality off-road consumer and military vehicles, including all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and the Polaris RANGER® and RZR® side-by-side vehicles, snowmobiles, motorcycles and on-road electric/hybrid powered vehicles.

Polaris is among the global sales leaders for both snowmobiles and off-road vehicles and has established a presence in the heavyweight cruiser and touring motorcycle market with the Victory® and Indian Motorcycle® and Slingshot® brands. Additionally, Polaris continues to invest in the global Work and Transportation vehicle industry with Global Electric Motorcars (GEM), Goupil Industrie SA, Aixam Mega S.A.S., and internally developed vehicles. Polaris enhances the riding experience with a complete... [Read More]
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Oct 02, 2015 - 5:40 AM - by Wreckless123
Congrats to XLR for winning this month!


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2016 RZR S 1000 Review: Running with Knives
Sep 22, 2015 - 2:45 PM - by awd4life

This is the one. This is the one to get. Read no further if you were considering the purchase. Don't waste your time. Do it and you won't regret it for a second. Trust me. The rest of the words here are for those that don't trust me.

This release was overshadowed by the Turbo machine and that is a shame because I think this is the absolute best sub-$20k machine on the market. I almost hesitate to even put the "sub-$20k" designation on it. It is that good. If you have followed my ramblings in the past, you know that I am a fan of the RZR S. The S 1000 has addressed every single compromise that you encounter with the S as opposed to the XP1.

The S 1000 is an absolute scalpel where the XP1000 is a 8 lb sledge. Brimstone's 19,196 acres of mountains in TN is where I got to flog the ever-loving piss out of this machine. I literally never wanted to get out of it. I am certain that these mountains were carved out knowing that Polaris was going to build the S 1000. From moment one, the suspension offered the feedback from each corner that inspired me to push harder and harder. It was the closest to rally driving that I might ever get (I hope that I get to eat those words). I can't say that I ever felt like I was in a hairy situation short of ham fisted input from the terrible driver (me). This is a tremendous machine.

Luckily many of my readers here already know all of the specs of this machine as compared to the other models, so I don't have to make this a spec-fest. The Fox Podium 2.0 shocks in all four corners offer fantastic feedback that allows you to feel your way through the path directly underfoot. Driving hard along trails littered with what could be miles-deep puddles was not an issue as the steering was precise enough to thread the needle, slam the front tire onto the lip of the puddle and pedal the rear end around. I love the feel that you get through the suspension and the Dirt Commanders' stiff sidewalls and aggressive bite gives confidence to push into corners without fear of washing the front end out. The way that the S 1000 is set up, the front tires are on rails and the power available under the right foot determines the line of the rear of the vehicle. It is absolutely exhilarating to drive this thing fast.

The RZR S 1000 adopts the same transmission that was introduced in last year's S 900, and that is a very very good thing. Polaris spent a lot of time developing a new transmission that more closely fit their customers' driving habits. Low... [Read More]
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