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After months of lurking I finally pulled the trigger and bought a 2011 plain jane RZR S. Since fall is upon us I'm thinking I should have a windshield for the cold days, but before I shell out anymore cash I want to make sure they will fit. Will the currently available windshields and other cab components fit the newer models?

I'm thinking a Cooter Brown full windshield and PR Products soft top and rear window and possibly doors. I haven't decided on the doors yet, I'm not thrilled with the latches. Does anyone have the PRP windshield? From the description it is made of the same material as the Cooter Brown and is $20-$30 cheaper but looks to be a bit more hassle removing. Anyone have any experience with the PRP Folding windshield? I like the idea of the folding windshield but I'm not thrilled about having the hinge right in the middle of the windshield.
 

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BestopUTV.Com

Supertop
Partial cab Enclosure (Supertop Kit) comes with windshield,
soft top, rear curtain and all mounting hardware.

Extremely durable 23 ounce poly cotton diamond point grain
fabric maintains it shape in any temperature, is mildew-resistant
and contains UV inhibitors.

No drilling to install,

Choose Two Piece Door System or Element Door components
for full cab enclosure. Sold Separately.

Tough ABS windshield frame surrounds .250 D.O.T. approved
safety glass.

Windshield swings up on gas assisted struts for access
of ventilation.
One hour installation time.
I'll be contacting Bestop about there system and see if they'll
send me additional pictures.
I've had a supertop on my CJ-7 Jeep for over 10 years and it
has been great no troubles at all.
The nice thing about this system is, later on when a person has
the funds they can purchase the doors. I'd go with there two
peice door system. Half door for the summer and full door for
the winter.
This way the cab would be fully inclosed in the winter time.
I'll be installing a heater at some point in the future. Then
I'll have the best of both worlds.
 

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Thanks for the reply. I have looked at the Bestop. It looks like a nice cab system but it's a bit spendy. Then again what RZR part isn't? The website says the windshield on the RZR doesn't open.

Positionable windshield frame for ventilation for Kawasaki, Yamaha and Arctic Cat applications only. Polaris RZR is NOT positionable.
I wish their site had better pictures.
 

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Sorry about the miss on the windshield. Should have
looked at the writing better.
Same on the pictures, they need more.
When they first came out they cost $3000.00
price has come down some since. I've gotten bids of
around $900.00 so far for the supertop. I'll keep looking and
post it up if I can get a better price in the future. Otherwise
it will be the Cooter Brown top for me. Haven't decided on
the type of windshield or back window.
 

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No prob on the windshield. Just wanted to make sure you noticed. I know I would be PO'd if I had bought it expecting it to open and it didn't.

I did find a folding glass windshield here. That is what I would like to have but knowing me I would bust the glass. I'm thinking about buying a poly windshield and making a hinge mount for the bottom.
 

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You need to check out the JStrong windshield. It is a folding windshield so there is no need to remove it. Good quality products.
 
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