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Just picked up my 19 XPT and was thinking of putting the Turbo S cage. Anyone done this yet? How it look? does it lower the back much? I would like a flatter look.

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Just picked up my 19 XPT and was thinking of putting the Turbo S cage. Anyone done this yet? How it look? does it lower the back much? I would like a flatter look.



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Dude save your time and just build aftermarket cage. Looks waaaaay better IMO


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Yeah, not worth the time in my book, and i'm not sure how compatible the S is with the XPT in that area (could bolt right up... never looked into it), but a well built aftermarket (or self built) cage is both safer and more aesthetically pleasing
 

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I am not sure what you are trying to do, but if it is lowering the rear of the cage, I noticed this web site.

cwmotorsportsil.com
 

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There was another thread on this. And I was extremely interested in doing this and had a free S cage lined up, until I found out it actually RAISED the cage height. Game over, was trying to lower it, not raise it.

But this cwmotorsports bold on cage lookes promising, anyone use their cage?
 

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Yes it works I gave my Turbo S cage to buddy with XPT and bolted right up, he loves it for free!
 

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I can get a used S cage really cheap, thats why I considered it. just looking at lowering the back of the cage nothing fancy.

I've seen the CW one and it's probably the direction I'll go.

olddog did it raise the overall height in the rear?
 

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From the CW website.

Add to Cart

This Replacement Cage Section For The Rear Back Half Of Your Polaris RZR 1000XP or Polaris RZR Turbo XP Will Lower Your Cage From 4-5 Inches. It will Give You A Custom Cage Look For A Fraction Of The Cost. Simple Bolt On Installation Using Existing Hardware. Our cage comes with factory seat belt bungs, click six harness mounts, and your choice of powder coat color.
 

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Hi,
Just wanted to chime in and let you know we offer 2 cages for the Turbo S. Feel free to message me or call me if you would like to know about them.
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Erin Houser
 

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I'm doing this now on an xp4 1000. What I've found so far before putting it on is you need to buy mounts for your rear shock resovoirs for pre 17 xp4s. The turbo s cage has them mounted on the shocks themselves. Also turbo s cage has no provisions for lap belts. I've already purchased turbo s four point belts on ebay. The bars that go all the way back can just be mounted to the plastics with their original mounting plates. They dont do anything for protection even on the turbo s.
 

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I'm doing this now on an xp4 1000. What I've found so far before putting it on is you need to buy mounts for your rear shock resovoirs for pre 17 xp4s. The turbo s cage has them mounted on the shocks themselves. Also turbo s cage has no provisions for lap belts. I've already purchased turbo s four point belts on ebay. The bars that go all the way back can just be mounted to the plastics with their original mounting plates. They dont do anything for protection even on the turbo s.
Hey man I'm wondering if I can put a 2019 turbo s cage on my 2014 xp4 1000. Would like to have the shorter sleek roof for more clearance in my toyhauler. Thanks in advance
 

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Hey man I'm wondering if I can put a 2019 turbo s cage on my 2014 xp4 1000. Would like to have the shorter sleek roof for more clearance in my toyhauler. Thanks in advance
It's the same as my 2015 xp4 so you should be good. Just try to get the turbo s 4 point seatbelts too. You'll need them. Also need the seatbelt bolt covers and the little adaptors that attach to the plastics for the rearward bars.
 

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It's the same as my 2015 xp4 so you should be good. Just try to get the turbo s 4 point seatbelts too. You'll need them. Also need the seatbelt bolt covers and the little adaptors that attach to the plastics for the rearward bars.
Not really sure if it lowers the roofline or not I haven't measured but it looks better.
 

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It's the same as my 2015 xp4 so you should be good. Just try to get the turbo s 4 point seatbelts too. You'll need them. Also need the seatbelt bolt covers and the little adaptors that attach to the plastics for the rearward bars.
Thank you for the reply. I will go pick up this cage an get started. I appreciate it.
 

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I'm doing this now on an xp4 1000. What I've found so far before putting it on is you need to buy mounts for your rear shock resovoirs for pre 17 xp4s. The turbo s cage has them mounted on the shocks themselves. Also turbo s cage has no provisions for lap belts. I've already purchased turbo s four point belts on ebay. The bars that go all the way back can just be mounted to the plastics with their original mounting plates. They dont do anything for protection even on the turbo s.
How’d you mount them? I don’t see where they would secure to?
 
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