This car is set up to race but can also
be driven hard on the trails. It has
high-clearance, lower, front A-arms;
taller, stronger GBC Mongrel tires; and a
thick Factory UTV skid plate.
Streamline has a full catalog of RZR
brake rotors like this wave style. They
are adding new makes and models on
a regular basis. Call them at (909) 987-
4213 to order parts for your UTV or ATV.
“streamlined” their product catalog and is only offering aftermarket exhaust systems and a few RZR
and Arctic Cat Wild Cat big-bore
kits under the Trinity name. They
still have ATV exhausts and are now
introducing a growing line of UTV
exhaust systems as well.
On this 570, a complete Stage 5
full system was utilized costing $550.
However, to get the most out of any
exhaust system on today’s fuel-inject-ed engines, you have to pair it with
a fuel controller as well. In this case,
a $399 Power Commander with the
auto-tune feature ($280) and a cool
Power Commander LCD digital display system ($250) for the dash. Ryan
didn’t give us any horsepower data,
but for an investment of nearly $1500,
we hope it’s a lot. To direct air into the
intake system, he had a custom $125
aluminum airbox made to accept a
reusable K&N filter.
Furthermore, to get any power
improvements to the ground, the CVT
clutch system has to be modified as
well. To do this, Ryan used a $50
EPI spring kit, a $250 secondary from
Team, a Team Helix ($80) and adjustable Team Rooster weights for another $250.
The list of Streamline products was
like a page out of their catalog. The
company now makes front and rear
Wave rotor kits ($89 each), sintered
brake pads ($29 each) and brake lines
($90 each) for the front and rear. They
carry brake components for most
UTV’s sold today.
A huge investment in suspension
was made to get this RZR race-ready.
The stock suspension is great for casu-
al trail exploration, but since it comes
stock at only 50 inches wide, suspen-
sion travel is limited and would make
for a rough ride in a race. Ryan relied
on Racer Tech for a complete sus-
pension package and a ton of chassis
braces to complete the build. Before
a single suspension component was
bolted on, braces and gussets were
installed, including a rear-shock cross
With a lot of momentum, a long run and safe take-off ramp, you can get the RZR
570 high into the air. If the ramps are a bit smaller without a run, you can still have
fun hopping the car around. The long-travel kit will soak up pretty much anything
the motor can get you into.
Along with longer A-arms, this car features stronger Summers Bros. axles, chromoly
sway bar links and a bunch of chassis bracing. We have a feeling this owner will not
be gentle to this machine. It can handle it.