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Well, I've decided to upgrade to the turbo. I just bought a 2019 Polaris RZR Turbo S Velocity. So the old girl has got to go!

2014 Polaris RZR XP1000 - no engine modifications, all recalls completed
Custom cage with doors that open
Light bar
New Ace programmable whip
Custom boxed arms (indestructible) and suspension tuned by Ed Poundsand.
Upgraded to 2.5 Walker Evans shocks
Added the belt vent system
Aftermarket belt temp gauge and inline electrical fan (think it goes on automatically at 150 degrees)
Billet carrier bearing (stock one was fine, but I heard it was a ‘weak link’ so we changed it.)
Spare tire mount
3 extra belts
New clutch tool (works so easy)
Electronic Power Steering
4 spare tires!... that's right 8 tires TOTAL! Lots of tread on all 8 tires the new owner will be receiving. All 8 tires are the same and mounted on the same bead lock rims.
All the tires are 30X10R14 Aftershocks with Raceline bead locks.

Since they’re beadlocks are ‘off set’ this is a 68” wide ride (not 64”) for greater stability.
5 1/4" speaker set up with dash volume dial
Fire extinguisher
Brand new clutch and 2 brand new axles with 0 hours on them!
Registered in AZ, pink slip in hand
Located in Laguna Hills, CA
3082 miles, 248 hours, Lots of receipts (did a TON of work at 226 hours at Mission Motorsports, about $5k, I'm really anal about maintenance on my stuff.)
Serviced religiously, my last bill from Mission Motorsports was like $5k, service, upgrades and replacement parts, add-on’s, etc.
$12,000 OBO
949-300-three four seven two.
Text me and I can call you back (phone is always on Do Not Disturb)
Thanks,
abc
 

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