This military-look, steel-bodied, three-seat UTV drew crowds at the Massimo booth.
It certainly looks heavy duty.
Point Two makes an air vest that is like
an air bag for your body. It activates in a
crash but is reusable.
POINT TWO AIR VESTS
Point Two Air Vests has been in
the vest business since 2009, but the
company is relatively new to the U.S.
The vest doesn’t look too extraordinary when it is on. And, in fact, the
hi-vis models look pretty much like
the visibility safety vests that you see
construction workers wearing. The
truth is, the flexible and lightweight
polyester shell hides the inner work-
BILLET RZR 1000 CYLINDERS
Want more power from your RZR
XP 1000 without the hassle of a turbo?
Millennium Technologies has three
big-bore kits for the 1000 that deliver
a displacement between 1042cc and
1109cc that can supply over a 20-per-
cent increase in power over stock. MT
is working on this billet cylinder for
the bore kits. For more information,
watch Millenniun-Tech.net for final
specs and pricing.
MASSIMO WARRIOR 700
Massimo is a Garland, Texas-
based company selling UTVs and
ATVs. It claims that the machines are
built in Texas from globally sourced
components, but most of the mod-
els have a striking resemblance to
Hisun machinery. That is, all except
for the $12,995 steel-bodied Warrior
700. The steel body has the look of a
military vehicle, and this machine is
loaded with heavy-duty folding tie-
down points. This is a three-seater
with three bucket seats rather than
the expected bench. With 34 horse-
power and a curb weight pushing
2000 pounds, performance should be
modest, but it was attracting a ton of
attention at the show. See www.mass
For those people who just don’t think that 1000cc is enough, Millennium Technologies has three different big-bore kits for the
Polaris RZR XP 1000.